New Jersey Turnpike, George Washington Bridge
Ramp Views
The ramp for exit 7A splits after the tollbooth. Bear left to go west on the Central Jersey Expressway (I-195) toward the Camden Freeway (I-295) or right to go east.
Photos taken January 2020.
Motorists entering the turnpike at exit 7A pass through this tollbooth. Those who do not have E-ZPass must take a ticket indicating where they got on the turnpike. After the toll, the ramp splits. Bear left to go north or right to go south.
Photos taken September 2018.
Motorists entering the turnpike at exit 8A pass through this tollbooth. Those who do not have E-ZPass must take a ticket indicating where they got on the turnpike. After the toll, the ramp splits. Bear left to go north or right to go south.
Photos taken April 2013.
The ramp for exit 10 splits twice after the tollbooth. Bear right at the first split for Woodbridge Avenue (CR 514) west. Bear right at the second split for the Outerbridge Crossing (NJ 400) north. Bear left for the Middlesex Freeway (I-287) north and Woodbridge Avenue (CR 514) east.
Photos taken April 2019.
The ramp for exit 11 splits twice after the tollbooth. Bear right at the first split for the Garden State Parkway (NJ 444) north. Bear left at the second split for the Garden State Parkway (NJ 444) south. Continue straight ahead for US 1, US 9, and NJ 440.
Photos taken 2010-2015.
Motorists entering the turnpike at exit 11 pass through this tollbooth. Those who do not have E-ZPass must take a ticket indicating where they got on the turnpike. After the toll, the ramp splits. Bear left to go south or bear right to go north.
Photos taken June 2013.
The ramp for exit 14 and exits 14A-C splits. Bear right for exit 14, which is for the Phillipsburg-Newark Expressway (I-78) west, US 1/US 9, and US 22. Bear left to go east on I-78, which beginning here is the Newark Bay Extension of turnpike. Exits 14A-C are exits from the turnpike extension, which is a bit confusing, but this is New Jersey.
Photos taken January 2013.
Vehicles entering the turnpike southbound from I-78 pass through this ramp, which splits. Bear left for the car lanes or right for the truck lanes. There is no tollbooth along the ramp because I-78 becomes the Newark Bay Extension of the turnpike at the point where it crosses the mainline, so all motorists must get a ticket at a tollbooth at on I-78 in order to reach this ramp.
Photos taken November 2015.
A long ramp extends from the northbound New Jersey Turnpike to the beginning of the Bergen-Passaic Expressway (I-80). At the end, the ramp splits. Bear left for the express lanes or right for the local lanes.
Photos taken May 2014.
The ramp for US 46 when travelling north splits. Bear right to go east or bear left to go west.
Photo taken August 2012.
The ramp for exit 68 merges with the ramp from the Bergen-Passaic Expressway (I-80) and then splits. Bear left for the turnpike south or right for US 46.
Photos taken October 2014.
Bearing right for the local lanes where the turnpike splits when travelling south leads to this ramp. There is an entrance to the local lanes of the turnpike on the left. Continue straight ahead using either lane for exit 72A, which is for NJ 4 west.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a bus stop along the ramp for exit 73 when travelling north. Bear right after the bus stop for Lemoine Avenue (NJ 67). Bear left for the George Washington Bridge.
Photo taken July 2012.
The ramp for exit 73 when travelling south runs next to the turnpike for a short distance. This is an exit from the ramp for Hudson Terrace (CR 505), followed by an exit for Lemoine Avenue (NJ 67), Fletcher Avenue (US 9W), and Center Avenue.
Photo taken July 2012.
The ramp for exit 73-74 when coming from the lower level of the George Washington Bridge merges into Bridge Plaza North. The roadway then splits. Bear right for Fletcher Avenue (US 9W) north and the Palisades Parkway (NJ 445). Continue straight ahead for NJ 4 west. Bear left to get back on the turnpike south.
Photo taken June 2020.

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