Palisade Avenue, Lemoine Avenue, Schlosser Street
Northbound Views
In Fort Lee, NJ 5 leaves Palisade Avenue to run west along Central Boulevard. Palisade Avenue continues north as NJ 67. There are traffic lights at Horizon Road and Palisade Terrace.
Photos taken December 2020.
Palisade Avenue splits off to the right at a traffic light to become a local street. Continue straight ahead onto Lemoine Avenue to stay on NJ 67. Turn left for Tom Hunter Road.
Photos taken December 2020.
Lemoine Avenue runs north as a four-lane undivided road. There is a traffic light at Whiteman Street.
Photo taken December 2020.
The roadway splits into a pair of one-way streets. The northbound lanes are known as Schlosser Street here.
Photos taken December 2020.
There is a traffic light at Main Street (CR 12). Turn right to go east or left to go west.
Photo taken December 2020.
The northbound and southbound lanes come back together.
Photo taken December 2020.
Lemoine Avenue passes over the approach to the George Washington Bridge (I-95/US 1/US 9). There is access to the bridge on the right. Just after the overpass, there is a traffic light at Bridge Plaza North. There is access to the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) south from Bridge Plaza North to right.
Photos taken December 2020.
Lemoine Avenue continues north as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken December 2020.
There is an entrance to the Palisades Parkway (NJ 445) on the right. Lemoine Avenue passes under the ramps connecting the parkway to US 9W. After the underpass, Fletcher Avenue (US 9W) merges in from the left. NJ 67 ends at this point. Lemoine Avenue continues straight ahead as US 9W.
Photos taken December 2020.

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