Interstate 95 North - Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension

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Interstate 95 north / Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension east
The Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension carries I-95 eastward from the Delaware River Bridge to the New Jersey Turnpike at Mansfield. The route will officially become a part of Interstate 95 sometime in early 2018, but signs were posted along the turnpike mainline by 2000. Photo taken 10/05/14.
The Delaware River-Turnpike Toll Bridge was constructed between 1954 and May 25, 1956. The 6,571 foot long bridge cost $14 million and originally carried six overall lanes without shoulders.1 Photo taken 10/05/14.
The Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension lowers across northern reaches of Burlington Township. The toll road touches down in Florence Township beside the Haines Industrial Center. Photo taken 10/05/14.
The lone interchange between the state line and the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension end at the New Jersey Turnpike mainline joins with U.S. 130 near Roebling. A main line toll plaza was originally situated beyond this sign. Photo taken 10/05/14.
Welcome to New Jersey and New Jersey Turnpike sign posted one mile west of Roebling. The extension was constructed as part of the New Jersey Turnpike system to enable a seamless connection between the two respective toll roads. The New York Thruway authority did likewise with an extension of the Garden State Parkway as well. Photo taken 10/05/14.
U.S. 130 constitutes a major surface arterial through the eastern Philadelphia suburbs of South Jersey. The US highway travels northward from Camden to Cinnaminson Township, Delran Township, Willingboro Township and Burlington before reaching the New Jersey Turnpike Extension. Photo taken 10/05/14.
A main line toll plaza resides just east of the trumpet interchange with U.S. 130. Photo taken 10/05/14.
The forthcoming plaza was the second toll collection point future Interstate 95 northbound encountered between the Bristol interchange (U.S. 13) and New Jersey Turnpike mainline. The Delaware River Bridge Toll Plaza at milepost 359 in Pennsylvania was removed by early 2016 as the bridge is now tolled in the westbound direction only via all electronic collection. Photo taken 10/05/14.
An unnumbered loop ramp carries motorists from the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension east onto an access road linking with U.S. 130 (Burlington Bordentown Road). The US route travels four miles southwest to the city of Burlington and 5.5 miles northeast to a merge with U.S. 206 through the city of Bordentown. Photo taken 10/05/14.
A New Jersey Turnpike style exit gore point sign posted at the U.S. 130 off-ramp. These signs will be replaced in the long term as the Turnpike system switches to MUTCD standard signage. Photo taken 10/05/14.
Entering the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension main line toll plaza near Bustleton. The New Jersey Turnpike features a ticketed system with toll rates based upon distance traveled. Photo taken 10/05/14.
A single express lane operates in each direction for E-ZPass account holders. Photo taken 10/05/14.
Signed as Exit 6 from the New Jersey Turnpike mainline, a three-wye interchange joins the two toll roads in two miles. Photo taken 10/05/14.
A deactivated neon travel conditions sign sits idle beside the CR 660 (Old York Road) overpass. Photo taken 10/05/14.
Interstate 295 passes over the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension beyond this overhead. Sign changes made by 2014 use Camden and Wilmington as the new southbound control cities for the Turnpike mainline. Photo taken 10/05/14.
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The ticketed system of the New Jersey Turnpike heavily emphasized the interchange numbers for the toll road. As such a pair of signs outline the exit numbering convention south toward Camden and north toward New Brunswick. Photos taken 10/05/14.
A third ground level sign preceding the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension end references Delaware for the Turnpike south end at Interstate 295 and the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Photo taken 10/05/14.
A single lane ramp connects with the New Jersey Turnpike south to Westhampton Township, Mount Laurel Township and Bellmawr. The turnpike bypasses Camden to the east en route to I-295 at Deepwater. Wilmington, Delaware is referenced for I-295 south to I-95. Photo taken 10/05/14.
Interstate 95 turns northward onto the Turnpike for New Brunswick, Newark, Ridgefield and the George Washington Bridge into New York City. The southbound off-ramp joins the ending Outer Roadway. Photo taken 10/05/14.
The next northbound interchange along the Turnpike mainline lies two miles ahead with U.S. 206 in Bordentown Township. Photo taken 10/05/14.
Flyovers separate to both the Inner and Outer Roadways of the NJ Turnpike northbound. The dual freeway configuration runs north to the Easterly and Westerly Alignments of I-95 at the Passaic River and Kearny. Photo taken 10/05/14.


 

Sources:

  1. Delaware River-Turnpike Toll Bridge (I-276), PhillyRoads.com.


Photo Credits:

10/05/14 by AARoads

Page Updated 09-03-2015.