New Jersey Roads - US 9/NJ 157

The NJ 157 shield is courtesy Scott Colbert. 157 is the old alignment of NJSHR 4, which carried US 9 to its original end at US 30. Once Absecon was bypassed, US 9 was extended all the way down to Cape May, leaving this stub into the heart of the town.

The Cape May-Lewes Ferry from Delaware
US 9 south of the Mullica River
The closed Beesley's Point Bridge
~ Former Garden State Parkway connection to that bridge

Old US 9, NJ 167
Old US 9, Everready Rd.
Garden State Pkwy. NB and SB with US 9

US 9 from Mullica River to Toms River
US 9 from Toms River to Old Bridge
US 9 from Old Bridge to US 1
US 1-9
US 1-9 Truck
US 1/9/46
US 1/9/46/I-95

US 9 NB on Wyoming Ave., and across from it on Lisbon Ave. WB. Shore Rd. is NJ 157 to the south (and then CR 585) and US 9 to the north, meaning the sign from Lisbon Ave. is pretty backward.

Into New York on US 9
Into Delaware on US 9 (via ferry)
The possible US 9 Delaware Bay crossing on Steve Anderson's
Proposed US 9 freeways in Monmouth and Atlantic Counties on Steve Anderson's and
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