Tuttles Corner-Dingmans Road

Western Terminus:
Dingmans Bridge (PA 739) at the New Jersey-Pennsylvania state line
Eastern Terminus:
US 206 in Sandyston
5.05 miles

CR 560 is the eastern approach to the Dingmans Bridge, a narrow toll bridge over the Delaware River that is unusual in that it is operated by a private company rather than a government agency. It is a two-lane undivided road that begins at the bridge and extends east for a few miles to end at US 206. It is the shortest 500 series county route in New Jersey and one of the few contained entirely within a single county.

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