Commodore Barry Bridge, Swedesboro Road, Mullica Hill Bypass, Mullica Hill Road, West Street, Delsea Drive, High Street, Glassboro-Williamstown Road, Main Street, Poplar Street, New Brooklyn Road, Malaga Road, Cedarbrook Road, Pump Branch Road, Pennington Avenue, Chew Road

Direction:
East/West
Western Terminus:
New Jersey-Pennsylvania border
Eastern Terminus:
US 206 in Hammonton
Distance:
38.52 miles
Counties:
Gloucester, Camden, Atlantic
Signed:
Yes

CR 536 is an east/west route in South Jersey. It begins at the New Jersey-Pennsylvania border halfway across the Commodore Barry Bridge and is multiplexed with US 322 for about half of its length until Williamstown. There, it splits off, turning south onto Main Street and then east onto New Brooklyn Road. After a couple of miles, New Brooklyn Road ends at Malaga Road, which CR 536 follows north across the Atlantic City Expressway (NJ 446), although there is no interchange. Malaga Road ends just north of the expressway at Cedarbrook Road, onto which CR 536 turns east. After a little over a mile, Cedarbrook Road merges into NJ 73. The two routes are multiplexed for one block, and then CR 536 turns east again onto Pump Branch Road. After a mile, Pump Branch Road ends at White Horse Pike (US 30), and there is another one-block multiplex. CR 536 then turns east onto Pennington Avenue, which becomes Chew Road. It ends at US 206 in Hammonton.

CR 536 has a 7.57-mile spur route along Sicklerville Road, Williamstown-New Freedom Road, West Taunton Road, and East Taunton Road from Black Horse Pike (US 322/NJ 42) in Williamstown to White Horse Pike (US 30) in Waterford.

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