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bluecountry:
Why does I-78 in Jersey City have traffic lights?
Is it because the route was supposed to continue to Brooklyn?
Since it is not going to go any further east, why not end it at the traffic lights?

Rothman:

--- Quote from: bluecountry on April 16, 2023, 06:00:17 PM ---Why does I-78 in Jersey City have traffic lights?
Is it because the route was supposed to continue to Brooklyn?
Since it is not going to go any further east, why not end it at the traffic lights?

--- End quote ---
Why not?

wdcrft63:

--- Quote from: Rothman on April 16, 2023, 06:07:24 PM ---
--- Quote from: bluecountry on April 16, 2023, 06:00:17 PM ---Why does I-78 in Jersey City have traffic lights?
Is it because the route was supposed to continue to Brooklyn?
Since it is not going to go any further east, why not end it at the traffic lights?

--- End quote ---
Why not?

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What’s the alternative? Technically this at-grade section is part of NJ 139, so the bureaucratically correct signage is TO I-78/NJ 139. But the current situation isn’t confusing anyone.

Alps:
90% Federal funding.

roadman65:
In theory yes. In fact they could copy SC and call the rest of I-78 with stoplights BS I-78 like I-20 in Florence. I believe the 90 percent would still be available.

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