As part of the realignment of I-95 onto the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension in New Jersey, sign changes underway in January 2018 renumbered this stretch of Interstate 95 as Interstate 295.



Interstate 95 north
Interstate 95 crosses the Scudders Falls Bridge into Ewing Township. A folded diamond interchange (Exit 1) hugs the east banks of the Delaware River with New Jersey 29, an expressway leading south into Trenton and a two-lane highway northward to Lambertville. Photo taken 06/30/05.
The next two interchanges of Interstate 95 north serve Trenton-Mercer Airport (TTN). Photo taken 06/30/05.
Mercer County 579 (Bear Tavern Road) meets I-95 at a parclo interchange (Exit 2) in one half mile. Photo taken 06/30/05.
CR 579 south to Terminal Drive leads motorists to the passenger terminal of Trenton-Mercer Airport. Photo taken 06/30/05.
Exit 2 departs I-95 north for CR 579 (Bear Tavern Road). The 12.05-mile route leads southwest to NJ 29 in west Trenton and north to New Jersey 31 at West Amwell Township. Photo taken 06/30/05.
Interstate 95 circles east around Trenton-Mercer Airport by Mountain View Golf Course. Photo taken 06/30/05.
Scotch Road (CR 611) crosses paths with Interstate 95 at a full cloverleaf interchange (Exits 3A/B) in one quarter mile. Photo taken 06/30/05.
A collector distributor roadway handles all movements to and from Scotch Road (CR 611) from Interstate 95 north. Photo taken 06/30/05.
Exit 3A joins Scotch Road south by the General Aviation services area of Mercer-Trenton Airport (TTN). CR 611 ends at Parkway Avenue (CR 634). Photo taken 06/30/05.
North from I-95, Scotch Road (CR 611) continues into Hopewell Township to Mercer County 546 (Washington Crossing Pennington Road) at Harts Corner. Photo taken 06/30/05.
New Jersey 31, a 48.93-mile route from Trenton north to U.S. 46 at Buttzville, meets I-95 next in three quarters of a mile. Photo taken 06/30/05.
One quarter mile ahead of the six-ramp parclo interchange (Exit 4) with New Jersey 31 on I-95 north.
Exit 4 originally consisted of separate ramps for both NJ 31 south and north. The Exit 4B loop ramp was removed and replaced with a ramp from NJ 31 north to I-95 north. Photo taken 06/30/05.
Northbound reassurance marker posted ahead of the Hopewell Township line. Photo taken 06/30/05.
Exit 4 leaves Interstate 95 north for New Jersey 31 south into Ewing Township and north to Pennington borough. The first sign for Interstate 295 south alerts motorists 5.5 miles out from the forthcoming end of Interstate 95. Photo taken 06/30/05.
A small guide sign precedes Exit 7 (U.S. 206) for Princess Road, a local road looping east from Mercer County 583 (Princeton Pike) to CR 546. There is no direct access to CR 583 south through Lawrence Township from I-95 north. Instead Exit 8A joins CR 546 (Franklin Corner Road) east to Princeton Pike south at Franklin Corner. Photo taken 06/30/05.
A full cloverleaf interchange (Exits 7A/B) lies 0.75 miles ahead with U.S. 206 (Lawrenceville Road) on Interstate 95 north. Photo taken 07/20/05.
Two miles of Interstate 95 remain before the transition to I-295 south. Photo taken 07/20/05.
U.S. 206 (Lawrenceville Road) leads south through Lawrence Township into the city of Trenton. Photo taken 07/20/05.
A loop ramp follows onto U.S. 206 north to Lawrenceville and the borough of Princeton. This interchange marks the historical northern terminus of I-295, from when I-95 was to follow the Somerset Freeway to North Jersey. Photo taken 07/20/05.
Exit 8A parts ways with I-95 north just east of U.S. 206 for County Road 546 (Franklin Corner Road) east to County Road 583 (Princeton Pike). CR 546 ends a 9.98-mile route from Washington Crossing (NJ 29) at U.S. 1 nearby. Photo taken 06/30/05.
The first guide sign for U.S. 1 (Exit 67) appears at the Franklin Corner Road underpass. Interstate 295 takes over for I-95 at the forthcoming directional cloverleaf interchange. Photo taken 06/30/05.
Exit 8B joins CR 583 (Princeton Pike) north directly at a three-quarter cloverleaf interchange. County Road 583 travels 9.11 miles north from U.S. 206 in Lawrence Township to New Jersey 27 in Princeton. Photo taken 06/30/05.
Interstate 95 north transitions into Interstate 295 south at U.S. 1. Trailblazers direct motorists bound for the continuation of I-95 onto I-295 south for eight miles for I-195 east to the New Jersey Turnpike. This will change in 2017 when I-95 shifts to the Pennsylvania Turnpike Extension and turnpike directly from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Photo taken 09/26/09.
U.S. 1 travels 68 miles through New Jersey from Trenton north to the George Washington Bridge, along side Interstate 95 & U.S. 9-46, to New York City. The US Highway provides a free route between the capital city and North Jersey, though most of it is at-grade. Photo taken 09/26/09.
Exit 67 carries all traffic bound for U.S. 1 in unison from the ending Interstate 95 north. U.S. 1 leads southwest along an arterial stretch to the Trenton Freeway, which winds through the capital city to the tolled span across the Delaware River. U.S. 1 north varies between arterial and expressway to the city of New Brunswick. Photo taken 09/26/09.


 


Photo Credits:

  • 06/30/05 by Carter Buchanan.
  • 07/20/05 by AARoads.
  • 09/26/09 by AARoads.

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Interstate 295
U.S. 1
U.S. 206
New Jersey 29

Page Updated 04-27-2014.