Interstate 80 West - Teaneck to Parsippany

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The Express and Local lanes along Interstate 80 westbound combine beyond Exit 64B for NJ 17 north.
Interstate 80 West
Milepost 68 for Interstate 80 precedes the Teaneck Road (CR 39) overpass as the northbound ramp from I-95 splits into ramps for the Local and Express lanes. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 80 travels with ten overall lanes below the street grid of Teaneck Township, Ridgefield Park and Bogota to the city of Hackensack. A wye interchange (Exit 66) serves Kennedy Street in south Hackensack next. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 80 spans the Hackensack River to Exit 66. Kennedy Street runs east two blocks to Hudson Street (CR 124) and three to River Street (CR 503). Both routes lead south to the borough of Little Ferry. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Exit 66 parts ways with the Local lanes of I-80 west beyond the Hudson Street underpass. County Route 503 (River Street) parallels the Hackensack River north to Downtown Hackensack. The 17.93-mile route originates at NJ 120 in Carlstadt to the south and ends as New York 304 in Montvale to the north. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Taking Exit 66, drivers default onto Kennedy Street east. Hudson Street (CR 124) runs south directly to CR 503 and north to the Bergen County Judicial Center and Hackensack City Hall. Hackensack is the Bergen County seat. Photo taken 08/29/05.
A folded diamond interchange (Exit 65) lies 0.75 miles to the west with parallel Wesley and North Streets. Wesley Street extends Kennedy Street west through South Hackensack Township. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 80 passes under Huyler Street (CR S40) just east of Exit 65. The forthcoming ramp connects with adjacent Wesley Street, midway between its intersections with Green and Huyler Streets. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Exit 65 leaves the Local lanes of I-80 west for Wesley Street at Teterboro.
The confluence with New Jersey 17 (Exits 64B/A) lies 0.75 miles ahead. New Jersey 17 crosses Interstate 80 in such a way that interests to southbound must use Terrace Avenue (CR 55) south from Exit 64B to its ramp onto NJ 17 south at Hasbrouck Heights. A direct ramp links Interstate 80 west otherwise with NJ 17 north to Rochelle Park, Paramus, and the New Jersey 4 corridor. Photo taken 08/11/04.
New Jersey 17 separates into a couplet with northbound lining the westbound lanes of I-80 through southwest Hackensack into Lodi. Exit 63, a diamond interchange with Riverview Avenue, follows. Riverview Avenue links I-80 with parallel Essex Street (CR 56) near its interchange with NJ 17 and Saddle River Road (CR 79) north to Fair Lawn. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Interstate 80 crosses the Saddle River into Saddle Brook Township. A trumpet interchange and access road joins the freeway with the Garden State Parkway (GSP) at Exit 62. The access road include an off-ramp to Pehle Avenue (CR 105). Photo taken 08/11/04.
The Garden State Parkway, a 172.40-mile toll road from Cape May to Chestnut Ridge, New York, winds through North Jersey between Woodbridge, Newark, Clifton and Paramus. The toll road ends northward at the NY Thruway (Interstates 87 & 287). Photo taken 08/11/04.
A pair of ramps (Exits 58B/A) serve Madison Avenue (CR 649) and the cities of Clifton and Patterson from Interstate 80 west. Exit 58 consists of an off-ramp onto adjacent 23rd Avenue ahead of Madison Avenue north to Riverside in north Patterson. A loop ramp (Exit 58A) follows onto Madison Avenue south to CR 601 (Main Street) south to Clifton. Photo taken 08/11/04.
I-80 takes a viaduct west from Beckwith Avenue to 21st Avenue and the Exit 57C off-ramp to County Route 509 (Main Street), south of Downtown Paterson. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Exits 57B/A depart I-80 west in unison for New Jersey 19. NJ 19 constitutes a freeway southward from Oliver Street in Paterson to the Garden State Parkway, U.S. 46, and Broad Street (CR 509) in Clifton. The state route north takes Oliver Street and Ward Street east to end at CR 509 (Main Street) in Downtown. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Squirrelwood Road loops west from New Street and Rifle Camp Road to meet Interstate 80 in Woodland Park. A six-ramp parclo interchange (Exit 56) joins the surface street with I-80 just south of the Paterson city line. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Interstate 80 winds west into the borough of Totowa to next meet Union Boulevard (NJ 62). Union Boulevard travels north from Main Street (CR 631) in Little Falls Township across the Passaic River to U.S. 46 and Interstate 80 in Totowa. North from Exit 55B, Union Boulevard (CR 646) continues to Broadway (CR 673) in Paterson. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Exit 55A loops onto Union Boulevard (NJ 62) south from Interstate 80 west. A 0.47-mile segment of Union Boulevard, from the parclo interchange with I-80 to an interchange with U.S. 46, doubles as New Jersey 62. Photo taken 08/11/04.
One-mile east of the complex interchange between Interstate 80, U.S. 46 and New Jersey 23 at the Minnisink Road (CR 642)overpass. New Jersey 23 intermingles with U.S. 46 and I-80 as an expressway from U.S. 202 and Wayne to the north. U.S. 46 comes close to Interstate 80 to include ramps to/from the freeway before again diverging westward to North Caldwell. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Two lanes depart Interstate 80 westbound for the directional ramps to New Jersey 23 north to Butler, New Jersey 23 south to Verona, and U.S. 46 to North Caldwell and Little Falls. New Jersey 23 merges with U.S. 202 1.5 miles to the north at Wayne. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Interstate 80 westbound crosses the Passaic River into Essex County ahead of the Exit 52 off-ramp at Fairfield. Intersecting the highway here is Two Bridges Road (CR 613) midway between U.S. 46 and the borough of Lincoln Park.
Exit 52 utilizes Lane Road east to access Two Bridges Road (CR 613). CR 613 follows Passaic Avenue south of U.S. 46 toward The Caldwells. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Interstate 80 winds west and south through the Great Piece Meadows to enter Morris County at the Passaic River. Beyond the river, the freeway approaches the merge with Interstate 280 west.
Pictured here were original guide signs, since removed, for a collector distributor split to Interstate 287 (Exit 43). The I-287 overhead referenced the temporary end point of Boonton. Interstate 287 ended at Boonton until November 1993, when the segment between Exit 44 / U.S. 202 and Mahwah opened to traffic. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Departing I-80 west next is Exit 47 onto U.S. 46 west through Parsipanny-Troy Hills Township. Photo taken 08/11/04.
Exit 47 leaves Interstate 80 west for U.S. 46 west to Parsippany On-ramps from both U.S. 46 and Interstate 280 west join the Exit 43 c/d roadway ahead. A double wye interchange otherwise concludes I-280, which runs northwest from the NJ Turnpike at Kearny through Newark and The Oranges. Photo taken 08/11/04.
A crossover provides access to the Interstate 80 westbound mainline from the Exit 43 c/d roadway within the half diamond interchange at Beverwyck Road (CR 637). Photo taken 08/11/04.
Exit 43B partitions into ramps for Interstate 287 north to Boonton and Mahwah and Littleton Road (CR 630) east to Smith Road and U.S. 46. U.S. 46 parallels Interstate 80 to the north between Parsippany and Denville between Exits 47 and 38. Interstate 287 northbound merges with Interstate 87 (New York Thruway), 28 miles to the northeast. Photo taken 08/11/04.

Photo Credits:

    08/11/04 by Carter Buchanan. 08/29/05 by AARoads.

Connect with:
Interstate 280
Interstate 287
Garden State Parkway
U.S. 46

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