New Jersey Roads - Burlington CR 660

Truck CR 541 is a relatively new bypass of downtown Burlington City, and this was the first 541T shield I've seen, though others have cropped up since. Truck CR 541 is town maintained, and so is Fountain Avenue, which I'm on now. CR 660 ended ended one long block to the north (about half a mile, so one really long block) with Old York Road.

SB at the Jacksonville Road split. Really, I-295 is equally accessible either way, since the two roads flank I-295 Exit 52 (Florence-Columbus Rd.). As for Florio Free in '93, you know how that went.

SB and NB at Rising Sun Road, the last piece in the NJ Turnpike connection to I-295 that also includes US 206 and Old York Road.

North on Crosswicks-Chesterfield Rd. until CR 660 turns right in Crosswicks, which is part of Chesterfield Twp. Okay, so how do you have a road connecting the same place? Anyway, the inherited detour shields from CR 677 are a mess and deserve both county names and trimming around the border, and the last shield should have a right arrow beneath it.

Turn the corner to stay with CR 660 and you come to the brick-sided Church Street Bridge over Crosswicks Creek, built in 1908. By the time you're over the bridge, you're in Mercer County.

Continue north on Mercer CR 672
To plain CR 541
To I-295
To CR 528
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