New Jersey Turnpike, George Washington Bridge
Southbound Western Spur Views
The Vince Lombardi Service Area is located just south of where the turnpike splits into the eastern and western spurs.
Photos taken May 2016.
There is a toll barrier south of the service area. All motorists who do not have E-ZPass must take a ticket indicating where they got on the turnpike.
Photos taken May 2016.
Exit 16W is for the Secaucus Bypass (NJ 3).
Photos taken May 2016.
Exit 15W is for the Essex Freeway (I-280).
Photos taken May 2016.
Exit 15E is for Truck US 1/US 9. The signage does not indicate that the exit leads to the truck route, rather than the mainline of US 1/US 9.
Photos taken May 2016.
Exit 14 and exits 14A-C are for I-78, US 1/US 9, and US 22.
Photos taken May 2016.
The eastern and western spurs of the turnpike come together here to form a large ten-lane highway. Of the five lanes in each direction, the left three lanes are for cars only and the right two lanes are for all types of vehicles. These are colloquially known as the "car lanes" and the "truck lanes," respectively.
Photos taken May 2016.

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