New Jersey Turnpike, George Washington Bridge
Northbound Views
The Vince Lombardi Service Area is located a few miles north of the Lincoln Tunnel (NJ 495). It is the last service area on the New Jersey Turnpike. There are no more service areas on I-95 until Connecticut.
Photos taken May 2020.
The highway splits. Bear left for the Bergen-Passaic Expressway (I-80). Bear right to stay on the New Jersey Turnpike. A long ramp leads from here to the beginning of I-80, which extends west all the way to San Francisco, California.
Photo taken May 2020.
There is an unnumbered exit for US 46.
Photos taken May 2020.
The exit numbers from this point north are a continuation of the exit numbering scheme used on I-80. Exit 68 is for Challenger Road (CR 33).
Photos taken May 2020.
The turnpike splits into express and local lanes. The express lanes provide access to only the most major exits, while the local lanes provide access to all exits.
Photos taken May 2020.
Exits 70A-B are for Leonia and Teaneck.
Photos taken May 2020.
The local lanes of the turnpike narrow down to a single lane and merge with the local lanes of I-80. The express lanes of the turnpike merge with the express lanes of I-80. Exit 71 is for Broad Avenue.
Photos taken May 2020.
The highway splits. Bear left for the upper level of the George Washington Bridge. Bear right for the lower level. Exit 72 is for Fletcher Avenue (US 9W) and the Palisades Parkway (NJ 445). It also provides access to US 46 and NJ 4.
Photos taken May 2020.
Exit 73 is for Lemoine Avenue (NJ 67). It also provides access to the Palisades Parkway (NJ 445) and is the last exit in New Jersey.
Photos taken May 2020.
There is a toll barrier. All motorists must pay a toll before crossing the George Washington Bridge.
Photos taken May 2020.
The George Washington Bridge is a suspension bridge across the Hudson River to New York. There is signage for the first New York exit while crossing the bridge.
Photos taken October 2014.
North to New York

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