1927 New Jersey state highway renumbering

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1927 New Jersey state highway renumbering  (1927) 
In 1927, New Jersey renumbered its State Routes.

This is from various state laws, and is hence public domain. Thanks to Edward Fitzgerald for typing some of this up.

Descriptions marked "original bill" are from the original version introduced March 8, 1927 by Sen. Morgan F. Larson (R-Middlesex).

1; S1; S1A[edit]

ROUTE NO. 1. New York state line at Rockleigh to Bayonne, via Rockleigh, Alpine and Cresskill, Englewood, Fort Lee, Palisades Park and Ridgefield, Township of North Bergen in Hudson County, Jersey City and Bayonne. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. S-1. In southerly direction through Ridgefield and Fairview connecting with Hudson County West Boulevard in North Bergen. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 1, S-1, AND S-1-A. Alpine to Bayonne. Beginning at the New York state line on state highway route heretofore designated as Route No. 18--north in Alpine and terminating in Bayonne, by way of Alpine, Tenafly, Fort Lee and Ridgefield, in Bergen county, North Bergen, Jersey City and Bayonne, in Hudson county. S-1, a spur from Route No. 1 in the vicinity of Fort Lee, running in a southerly direction through Ridgefield and Fairview, connecting with the Hudson county boulevard in North Bergen. S-1-A, beginning on Route No. 1 in the vicinity of Fort Lee and running in a southerly direction through Fort Lee on Lemoine and Palisade avenues and connecting with state highway Route No. 5. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 1.

2[edit]

ROUTE NO. 2. New York state line near Suffern to North Arlington, via vicinity of Ridgewood, Hackensack, Hasbrouck Heights, Rutherford, Lyndhurst, terminating at Route No. 7 in Borough of North Arlington. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 2. Hohokus township to North Arlington. Beginning in the state boundary line between New York and New Jersey at a point near Suffern, New York, passing through the vicinity of Ridgewood, Hasbrouck Heights, Rutherford, Lyndhurst and North Arlington, and terminating on Route No. 7 in the borough of North Arlington. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 2.

3; S3[edit]

ROUTE NO. 3. New York state line near westerly side of Greenwood Lake to Secaucus, via vicinity of Hewitt, Midvale, Haskell, Pompton, Haledon, Prospect Park, Hawthorne, Paterson, Westerly side of Passaic River to Ackerman Avenue in City of Clifton, Randolph and Parker Avenues to Passaic, to intersection of Monroe Street and Dundee Canal, covering Canal to Passaic River through Wallington via Maple Avenue, Paterson Plank Road through East Rutherford to Secaucus, terminating at Route No. 1. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 3 AND S-3. Beginning in the vicinity of Hawthorne and Paterson, passing through Garfield, Wallington, East Rutherford and Secaucus, terminating on Route No. 1 in Secaucus. S-3, beginning on Route No. 3 in East Rutherford, extending westerly and connecting with Route No. 2 in Rutherford, still in a westerly direction in the vicinity of Clifton and connecting with Route No. 6. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 3.

4; S4; S4A; S4B; S4C[edit]

ROUTE NO. 4 AND S-4. Hudson River Bridge plaza to Perth Amboy and Cape May. Beginning at the proposed Hudson River Bridge plaza and extending to Cape May city, via Riverside, Fairlawn, Paterson, Clifton, via Route No. 3 to Randolph avenue, thence via Lexington avenue, Piaget avenue, Bloomfield road, and Broad street via Bloomfield, East Orange, Irvington, Roselle, Rahway, Woodbridge, Perth Amboy, South Amboy, via Main street and its extension to Rose's corner, Cheesequake, Freneau, Freehold, Lakewood, Toms River, Oceanville, Seaville to Cape May city. S-4. Extending from the proposed plaza of Staten Island bridge at Perth Amboy to Route No. 4. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 4. Hudson River Bridge Plaza to Perth Amboy and Cape May, via Bridge Plaza, Riverside, Fairlawn, Paterson, Clifton, Route No. 3 to Randolph Avenue, Lexington Avenue, Piaget Avenue, Bloomfield Road and Broad Street, Bloomfield, East Orange, Irvington, Roselle, Route No. 27 in Linden, Rahway, Woodbridge, Perth Amboy, South Amboy, Main Street and extension to Rose's Corner, Cheesequake to point near White Brown's Corner, to Middlesex Road, Matawan, thence via Middlesex Road to Main St, Matawan, thence via Freehold, Lakewood, Toms River, Tuckerton, Absecon, via New Road to Somer's Point, Beasley's Point to Cape May. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. S-4. Proposed Staten Island Bridge Plaza at Perth Amboy to Route No. 4. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. S-4-A. Extending from Route No. 4 near Tuckerton to Little Beach. L. 1927, s. 319.

ROUTE NO. 4, S-4, S-4-A, S-4-B AND S-4-C. Hudson river bridge plaza to Perth Amboy and Cape May. Beginning at the Hudson river bridge plaza and extending to Cape May City, via Riverside, Fairlawn, Paterson, Clifton, Bloomfield road, and Broad street via Bloomfield, East Orange, Irvington, Roselle, to Route No. 27 in Linden, Rahway, Woodbridge, Perth Amboy, South Amboy, via Main street and its extensions to Rose's Corner, Cheesquake, to a point at or near White Brown's Corner, thence to Middlesex road in the borough of Matawan, thence via Middlesex road to Main street, Matawan, thence via Freehold, Lakewood, Toms River, Tuckerton, Absecon, thence by New road to Somers' Point, Beesley's Point to Cape May. S-4, extending from the proposed plaza of the Staten Island bridge at Perth Amboy to Route No. 4. S-4-A, extending from Route No. 4 at or near Tuckerton and extending to a point on Little Beach; provided, however, the county of Atlantic shall first agree to construct a suitable continuation of said road from Little Beach to the city of Atlantic City. S-4-B, beginning on Route No. 4 in the borough of Fairlawn, extending northwesterly in the vicinity of Paterson, Hawthorne, Wyckoff, Franklin Lakes, Ringwood, West Milford and terminating at the New York state line. S-4-C, extending from Route 4 at Bennett Station, via Broadway in West Cape May, to Sunset boulevard, to the Delaware bay. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 4.

5; S5[edit]

ROUTE NO. 5. Paterson to Edgewater, via Maywood, Hackensack, Little Ferry, Ridgefield, Fort Lee to Ferry Plaza at Edgewater. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. S-5. Connecting Route No. 5 with Route No. 1 in Ridgefield and Fairview overpassing Northern Railroad at Ridgefield. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 5 AND S-5. Ridgefield to Edgewater. Beginning at Ridgefield and terminating at the Ferry plaza in Edgewater with a spur connecting Route No. 5 with Route No. 1 in Ridgefield and Fairview. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 5.

6; S6[edit]

ROUTE NO. 6. Hudson River Bridge Plaza to Delaware, via Bridge Plaza, Palisades Park, Ridgefield Park, Little Ferry, Hasbrouck Heights, Paterson, Caldwell, Dover, Netcong, Hackettstown, Buttzville and Delaware. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 6 AND S-6. Hudson river bridge plaza to Delaware. Beginning at the Hudson river bridge plaza by way of Palisades Park, Ridgefield Park, Little Ferry, Hasbrouck Heights, Paterson, Caldwell, Dover, Netcong, Hackettstown, Buttzville and Delaware. S-6, beginning in the city of Paterson, extending in a southwesterly direction by way of Totowa, Little Falls Station on D. L. and W. railroad, and connecting with Route No. 6 in the vicinity of Caldwell township. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 6.

7[edit]

ROUTE NO. 7. Paterson to Jersey City, via Clifton, Passaic, Nutley, Belleville, Kearny and Jersey City. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 7. Beginning on Route No. 25 in Jersey City, running northwesterly through Kearny, North Arlington, crossing the Passaic river in the vicinity of Belleville and connecting with Route No. 9 and continuing northerly along the west bank of the Passaic river in Nutley, intersecting Route S-3 in the vicinity of Clifton, still in a northerly direction on the east side of the Passaic river through Rutherford and East Rutherford, intersecting Route No. 3 in Wallington. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 7.

8[edit]

ROUTE NO. 8. Delaware to Newton. Beginning at a point in Route No. 6 in or near the town of Delaware and running thence in a northerly direction passing through the vicinity of Columbia and Hainesburg through Blairstown and ending in Newton at Route No. 31. L. 1927, c. 319.

9[edit]

ROUTE NO. 9. Belleville to Pine Brook bridge by way of Belleville, Bloomfield, Montclair, Verona and Caldwell to Pine Brook bridge. L. 1927, c. 319.

10[edit]

ROUTE NO. 10. Jersey City to Dover, via Kearny, Harrison, Newark, westerly through Essex County into Morris County thence via Hanover, Whippany and Littleton to Route No. 6 at of near Dover. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 10. Jersey City to Dover by way of Jersey City, Kearny, Newark, and thence in a generally westerly direction through Essex County into Morris County, and thence by way of Hanover, Whippany and Littleton in a generally westerly direction to connect with Route No. 6 at or near Dover. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 8.

11[edit]

ROUTE NO. 11. White House to Warrenville. Begin in Route No. 28, near White House thence via Pluckemin and Martinsville ending in Route No. 29, near Warrenville. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 11. White House to Warrenville, and thence to Route No. 29. Beginning in Route No. 28, near White House thence via Pluckemin, Martinsville and Warrenville to such point in Route No. 29 as the highway commissioner may determine. L. 1927, c. 319.

12[edit]

(12 was not in the original bill)

ROUTE NO. 12. Frenchtown to Raritan, via Frenchtown, Baptisttown, Croton, Flemington, Voorhees Corner, Three Bridges, Centreville, Raritan to Route No. 28. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 12. Frenchtown to Raritan. Beginning in Frenchtown, thence via Baptisttown, Croton, Flemington, Three Bridges, Centreville, to a point at or near Raritan extending to and joining into Route No. 28. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 9.

21[edit]

ROUTE NO. 21. Belleville to Newark. Beginning at the Belleville bridge, in Belleville, through Newark connecting with Route No. 25 in Newark. L. 1927, c. 319.

22[edit]

ROUTE NO. 22. Pine Brook bridge to Rahway, by way of West Caldwell, Livingston, Millburn, Springfield, Garwood and Rahway. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 22. Pine Brook bridge to Rahway, by way of West Caldwell, Livingston, Millburn, Springfield, in the vicinity of Garwood and to Route No. 27 in Rahway. L. 1927, c. 319.

23[edit]

ROUTE NO. 23. Verona to New York State Line near Port Jervis. Beginning at Route No. 9 in Verona via Cedar Grove, Pequannock, Bloomingdale, Oak Ridge, Franklin Furnace, Sussex and High Point. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 23. Verona to Port Jervis, New York. Beginning at a point on Route No. 9 in Verona by way of Cedar Grove, Pequannock, Oak Ridge, Franklin Furnace, Sussex and High Point. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 10.

24; S24[edit]

ROUTE NO. 24. Newark to Phillipsburg. Beginning at Route No. 25 in Newark via Irvington, Maplewood, Springfield, Morristown, Chester, Long Valley, Stephensburg and Washington to Phillipsburg. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. S-24. From Stephensburg to Hackettstown, connecting Route No. 24 with Route No. 6, and spur from Springfield along Morris Avenue to Route No. 25 at Elizabeth. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 24 and S-24. Newark to Phillipsburg. Beginning in Newark by way of Irvington, Maplewood, Springfield, Morristown, Chester, Long Valley, Washington and Phillipsburg, with a spur to Hackettstown connecting Route No. 24 with Route No. 6 between these points and a spur from Springfield along Morris Avenue to Route No. 25 at Elizabeth. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 11.

25; S25[edit]

ROUTE NO. 25. Jersey City to Camden, via Jersey City, Kearny, thence via present Lincoln Highway, crossing the Hackensack and Passaic Rivers, thence via Newark, Elizabeth, Rahway, Woodbridge, crossing Raritan River near Weston's Mills, New Brunswick, thence southerly near Bodine's Corner, thence via Cranbury Turnpike through Deans, Dayton, Cranbury, Hightstown, Bordentown, Burlington and Camden. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 25 AND S-25. Jersey City to Camden via Jersey City, Kearny, via present Lincoln highway crossing the Hackensack and Passaic rivers, then by way of Newark, Elizabeth, Rahway, Woodbridge, crossing Raritan river near Weston Mills at New Brunswick, thence southerly, intersecting Cranbury turnpike near Bodines Corner, thence via Cranbury turnpike through Deans, Dayton, Cranbury, Hightstown, Bordentown, Burlington and Camden. S-25. Beginning at a point in Route No. 25 near Washington avenue, Burlington, and extending to the Burlington-Bristol bridge. L. 1929, c. 57, p. 95, s. 1.

26; S26[edit]

ROUTE NO. 26 AND S-26. Trenton to New Brunswick, via Trenton turnpike to Mile Run brook in city of New Brunswick. S-26. Beginning at a point in Route No. 26 near the southerly boundary line of city of New Brunswick and extending easterly by passing the city of New Brunswick to a point in Route No. 25. L. 1927, c. 319.

27[edit]

ROUTE NO. 27. Howland Hook bridge plaza to Trenton by way of Elizabeth, Rahway, Metuchen, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 27. Newark plaza to Trenton. Beginning in the city of Newark, on Frelinghuysen avenue, in the vicinity of Astor street, by way of Frelinghuysen avenue to Elizabeth, Rahway, Metuchen, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton. L. 1927, c. 319.

28; S28[edit]

ROUTE NO. 28. Elizabeth to Phillipsburg, by way of Elizabeth, Cranford, Westfield, Plainfield, Bound Brook, Somerville, Clinton to Phillipsburg. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 28. Elizabeth to Phillipsburg. Beginning at Elizabeth-Howland Hook Bridge Plaza, thence via Bayway to Westfield Avenue, Elizabeth, Cranford, Westfield, Plainfield, Bound Brook, Somerville, Clinton to Phillipsburg. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. S-28. Beginning at Route No. 28 in Borough of Middlesex, thence via Raritan Avenue and River Road to Route No. 27 Highland Park, thence via Route No. 27 to New Brunswick, thence via Weston's Mills, Tanners Corner, Old Bridge and Browntown to Route No. 4 in Matawan. L. 1927, c. 319.

29; 29A[edit]

ROUTES NO. 29 AND S-29. Newark, Lambertville, Trenton; via Newark, Hillside, Mountain Side, North Plainfield, Bound Brook, Ringoes, Lambertville, Washington Crossing and Trenton. S-29. Following Washington avenue in the borough of Middlesex and the River road in township of Piscataway and borough of Highland Park from Route No. 29 in borough of Middlesex to Route No. 27 in borough of Highland Park. (original bill; S-29 became S-28)

ROUTE NO. 29. Newark, Lambertville, Trenton. Beginning on Route No. 25 in the vicinity of its crossing with Peddie ditch, thence crossing the Pennsylvania railroad and Frelinghuysen avenue to Hillside, passing in the vicinity of the junction of Elizabeth avenue and the Lehigh Valley railroad, thence through the township of Union, Springfield, Mountainside, and passing in the vicinity of North Plainfield and Bound Brook, Ringoes, Lambertville, Washington Crossing and Trenton. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 29A. Beginning at a point on Route No. 29 in or near Lambertville, thence as near as practicable along the Delaware river, through Stockton, Prallsville, Raven Rock, Byram, Tumble Station to connect with Route No. 12 at Frenchtown. L. 1929, c. 241, p. 448, s. 1.

30[edit]

ROUTE NO. 30. Trenton to Buttzville, by way of Pennington, Ringoes, Flemington, Clinton, Washington and Buttzville. L. 1927, c. 319.

31; S31[edit]

ROUTE NO. 31 AND S-31. Princeton to Unionville, New York, by way of Somerville, Bedminster, Netcong, Newton, Sussex to a point in the State boundary line between New York and New Jersey in the vicinity of Unionville with a spur from Augusta to the Delaware river opposite the town of Milford, Pennsylvania. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 31 AND S-31. Princeton to Milford, New York. Beginning in Princeton and running by way of Somerville, Bedminster, Netcong, Newton, Lafayette, Hamburg, Vernon to a point in the New York state boundary line in the vicinity of New Milford, New York. S-31, spur from Route No. 31 near Newton to the Delaware river, via Branchville, to a point opposite the town of Milford, Pennsylvania. L. 1927, c. 319.

32[edit]

ROUTE NO. 32. Bedminster, Mountain View, by way of Bernardsville, Morristown, Morris Plains, Littleton, Boonton to Mountain View, terminating on Route No. 23. L. 1927, c. 319.

33[edit]

ROUTE NO. 33. Trenton to Asbury Park, by way of Robbinsville, Hightstown, Freehold and Asbury Park. L. 1927, c. 319.

34[edit]

ROUTE NO. 34. Freneau to Burnsville. Beginning at a joint in Route No. 4 at Freneau, thence in an easterly direction to the Valley drive, along Valley drive through Holmdel, Vanderburgh, Colts Neck to a point near Shark River station of the Central Railroad of New Jersey, thence to Allenwood, thence to Route No. 35 at Burnsville. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 34. Matawan to Laurelton; beginning at the intersection of Main street and Valley drive in Matawan, thence along Valley drive through Holmdel, Vanderburgh, Colts Neck to a point near Shark River station of Central Railroad of New Jersey, thence to Allenwood, thence to Route No. 35 at Laurelton. L. 1927, c. 319.

35[edit]

ROUTE NO. 35. South Amboy bridge plaza to Lakewood, by way of Keyport, West Long Branch, Oakhurst, Interlaken, West Asbury Park, Belmar, Manasquan, Point Pleasant, Burnsville to Lakewood. (original bill)

I don't have 1927!

ROUTE NO. 35. South Amboy Bridge plaza to Lakewood by way of Keyport, Eatontown, Belmar, Manasquan, Point Pleasant, Laurelton to Lakewood. L. 1928, c. 19, p. 33, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 35. South Amboy bridge plaza to Lakewood, by way of Keyport, Eatontown, Belmar, Point Pleasant, Laurelton to Lakewood. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 12.

36[edit]

ROUTE NO. 36. Keyport to Atlantic Highlands. Beginning at Broad and Front Streets, Keyport, to First Street, to Second Street Bridge, Stone Road to Keansburg, thence via Church Street to Shore Road and draw bridge at Belford, thence to Center Avenue, Ocean View, thence to First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, thence over Ocean Boulevard to Navesink Avenue, Highlands and the draw bridge. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 36. Keyport to Highland Beach by way of Keansburg, Belford, Atlantic Highlands and Highlands to Highland Beach. L. 1929, c. 13, p. 31, s. 1.

37[edit]

ROUTE NO. 37. Trenton to Toms River by way of Allentown, Lakehurst and Toms River. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 37. Trenton to Point Pleasant by way of Allentown, Lakehurst, Toms River, Seaside Heights, and Point Pleasant. L. 1927, c. 319.

38[edit]

ROUTE NO. 38. Camden to East Hampton, via Merchantville, Moorestown, Mount Holly and East Hampton ending at Route No. 39. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 38. Camden to East Hampton, by way of Moorestown, Mount Holly and East Hampton, ending in Route No. 39. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 13.

39[edit]

ROUTE NO. 39. Yardley Bridge by-passing Trenton through Bordentown to Da Costa. Beginning at Yardley Bridge thence in a semi-circular path around Trenton, through vicinity of Trenton Junction, Ewingville, Bakersville, Mercerville to Bordentown, Columbus, Vincentown, Red Lion, Indian Mills, Atsion and Da Costa. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 39. Yardley Bridge by passing Trenton through Bordentown to Da Costa. Beginning at a point at or near the Yardley bridge across the Delaware River and running thence through the vicinity of Trenton Junction, Ewingville, Mercerville to Bordentown, Columbus, Vincentown, Red Lion, Indian Mills, Atsion and Da Costa. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 14.

40; S40[edit]

ROUTE NO. 40. Camden to Lakewood, via Marlton, Red Lion, Whitings and Lakehurst to Lakewood. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. S-40. Four Mile to Manahawken, from Route 40 southeasterly through vicinity of Cedar Bridge to Route 4 in or near Manahawken. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 40 AND S-40. Camden to Lakewood via Marlton, Red Lion and Lakehurst. S-40. Four Mile to Manahawken. Beginning at a point in proposed Route No. 40 in or near Four Mile, and running thence in a southeasterly direction, passing through the vicinity of Cedar Bridge and connecting with proposed Route No. 4 in or near Manahawken. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 15.

41; S41[edit]

ROUTE NO. 41. Bridgeboro to Fairview, beginning at a point in Route No. 25 in the vicinity of Bridgeboro and passing in the vicinity of Moorestown, Haddonfield and connecting with Route No. 47 at Fairview. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 41. Moorestown to Fairview. Beginning at Route No. 38 near Moorestown passing vicinity of Haddonfield to Route 47 at Fairview. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. S-41. Palmyra to Berlin. Beginning at proposed Palmyra-Tacony Bridge, to Evesboro, Marlton and Berlin. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 41 and S-41. Moorestown to Fairview. Beginning at a point in Route No. 38 in the vicinity of Moorestown and passing in the vicinity of Haddonfield and connecting with Route No. 47 at Fairview. S-41; Palmyra to Berlin. Beginning at a point at or near the proposed Palmyra-Tacony bridge, thence to Marlton to Berlin. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 16.

42[edit]

ROUTE NO. 42. Camden to McKee City. Beginning at Ferry Avenue, Camden, along Black Horse Pike through Mt. Ephraim, Chews Landing, Blackwood, Grenloch, Williamstown, Cecil and Weymouth to Route No. 48 at or near McKee City. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 42. Camden to Route No. 48 at or near McKee City. Beginning at the intersection of the Black Horse pike with Ferry avenue in the city of Camden, thence in a southerly direction along the Black Horse pike through Mt. Ephraim, Chews Landing, Blackwood, Grenloch, thence through Williamstown, Cecil, to Route No. 48 at or near McKee City. L. 1929, c. 197, p. 370, s. 1.

43[edit]

ROUTE NO. 43. Camden to Absecon, by way of Berlin, Hammonton, Egg Harbor City to Absecon. L. 1927, c. 319.

44[edit]

ROUTE NO. 44. Westville to Penns Grove, via Paulsboro and Bridgeport. L. 1927, c. 319.

45[edit]

ROUTE NO. 45. Camden to Salem, by way of Woodbury, Mullica Hill, Woodstown to Salem. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 45. Camden to Salem, by way of Woodbury, Mullica Hill, Woodstown to Salem and thence to the southerly line thereof. L. 1927, c. 319.

46[edit]

ROUTE NO. 46. Mullica Hill to Bridgeton, by way of Upper Penns Grove to Bridgeton. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 46. Mullica Hill to Bridgeton, by way of Upper Pittsgrove to Bridgeton. L. 1927, c. 319.

47[edit]

ROUTE NO. 47. Brooklawn to Tuckahoe, via Glassboro, Malaga, Vineland and Millville to Tuckahoe. L. 1927, c. 319.

ROUTE NO. 47. Brooklawn to Tuckahoe, by way of Glassboro, Malaga and Millville. L. 1929, c. 126, p. 215, s. 17.

48[edit]

ROUTE NO. 48. Penns Grove to Atlantic City by way of Woodstown, Elmer, Malaga, Mays Landing, Pleasantville and Atlantic City. (original bill)

ROUTE NO. 48. Commencing at the ferry in Penns Grove to Atlantic City by way of Woodstown, Elmer, Malaga, Mays Landing, Pleasantville and Atlantic City. L. 1927, c. 319.

49; S49[edit]

ROUTE NO. 49 and S-49. Salem to Oceanview, by way of Bridgeton, Millville, Port Elizabeth, Dennisville, South Dennisville to Oceanview, with a spur from South Dennisville to Rio Grande by way of Goshen connecting Route No. 49 with Route No. 4. L. 1927, c. 319.

50[edit]

ROUTE NO. 50. Egg Harbor City to Seaville, by way of Mays Landing, Oakville, Tuckahoe to Seaville. L. 1927, c. 319.

1927 routes[edit]

The state highway system shall also include any routes established, taken over and constructed under acts in effect prior to March thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven, unless such routes have or shall have been vacated or abandoned by the commissioner as provided by law. L. 1927, c. 319.

(These routes are thus not defined in law, but are in a 1927 map.)

ROUTE NO. 18-NORTH (1917). Fort Lee to New York state line, via Englewood Cliffs and Alpine.

ROUTE NO. 8-NORTH (1917). Sussex to New York State line at Unionville.

ROUTE NO. 5-NORTH (1917). Morris Plains to Denville.

ROUTE NO. 4-NORTH (1917). Eatontown to Belmar, via Long Branch, Asbury Park and Bradley Beach.

(Codified highway law shows the following in 1929.)

Route No. 4-North (1917), Eatontown to Asbury Park, via Long Branch.

Route No. 5-North (1917), Morris Plains to Denville.

Route No. 8-North (1917), Sussex to New York state line at Unionville.

Route No. 10-North (1917), Paterson to west city line of Hackensack.

Route No. 11-North (1917), Newark city line through Belleville and Nutley to Clifton city line.

See also[edit]