Central Jersey Expressway

Direction:
East/West
Western Terminus:
Camden Freeway (I-295) and NJ 29 in Hamilton
Eastern Terminus:
NJ 34 and NJ 138 in Wall
Distance:
34.17 miles
Counties:
Mercer, Monmouth, Ocean
Signed:
Yes

The Central Jersey Expressway is an east/west highway crossing New Jersey near its center, roughly bisecting the state into its northern and southern halves. Like most highways in New Jersey, it is known primarily by its number, I-195, rather than its name. NJ 29 turns into I-195 at its interchange with the Camden Freeway (I-295) in Hamilton, near Trenton. It runs west across the state to the Jersey Shore, where it turns into NJ 138 at its interchange with NJ 34, just west of the Garden State Parkway (NJ 444).

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