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Last exit before the Joyce Kilmer.

by RaisedByWolves on March 29, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Service areas:
Clara Barton (southbound, milepost 5.4, in Oldmans Township)
John Fenwick (northbound, 5.4, in Oldmans Twp)
Walt Whitman (southbound, 30.2, in Cherry Hill Township)
J. Fenimore Cooper (northbound, 39.4, in Mount Laurel Township)
Richard Stockton (southbound, 58.7, in Hamilton Township (Mercer County))
Woodrow Wilson (northbound, 58.7, in Hamilton Township (Mercer County))
Molly Pitcher (southbound, 71.7, in Cranbury Township)
Joyce Kilmer (northbound, 78.7, in East Brunswick Township)
Thomas Edison (southbound, 92.9, in Woodbridge Township)
Grover Cleveland (northbound, 92.9, in Woodbridge Township)
Alexander Hamilton (southbound, eastern spur, 111.6, in the Town of Secaucus)
Vince Lombardi (northbound/southbound, 116.0 (eastern spur), 115.5 (western spur), in the Boro of Ridgefield)

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