New Jersey Roads - CR 502
Starting out just inside Bergen County (since Passaic County is boring), these are eastbound and westbound respectively on CR 502 as it multiplexes with Bergen CR 93. Since CR 502 turns more than once, it overlaps several routes, at least two of which (that I found) have these squares.
The other end of the multiplex, CR 502 EB turns left on Ewing Ave. to join CR 3.
Nonreflective LGS hidden by a pole, WB at the NJ 208 NB onramp.
CR 502 WB and EB, not NB and SB, along with CR 507 which does have the correct directions displayed. This is a common mistake among county routes.
Hollywood Ave. takes CR 502 across the Saddle River. Click on the last photo for a plaque closeup. And brush your teeth after.
Hollywood Ave. (CR 502) EB at East Saddle River Road, where 502 turns right and CR 75 is to the left. Well, CR 75 is also to the right, as it follows the entirety of East Saddle River Road (which turns into Paramus Road and thus a different route at NJ 17).
Westbound photo at the same intersection, then east a couple of minutes later.
Very old and rare round-capped signal lenses at Pascack Ave. (CR 63), and a later-addition left-turn signal joins it. In most places, the new lens would be right below the old ones.
Westwood went a bit overboard for Christmas, and decided to leave it all up as late as three weeks later.
The third little route to follow CR 502, this is eastbound entering Closter.
Before that boundary, the short CR S-104 leaves CR 502/104 in Harrington Park.
EB and WB at Schraalenburgh Rd., which was the much more spellable Washington Ave. to the south. Internally, CR 39 is CR 17, and is primarily posted as such. As you can tell, Bergen County is a bit confused about its routes.
Closter Dock Rd. EB (CR 102) and WB at High St.
County Rd. SB heading away from CR 502.
Heading east from Anderson Ave. into Alpine.
Onto NJ 208
Onto CR 507
Onto CR 39 (/17)
Onto CR S-104
Into Bergen County for more squares
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