Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Spurs, Bypasses and Beltways: New Hampshire and New Jersey

English: A view of the city of Manchester, New...
English: A view of the city of Manchester, New Hampshire when traveling southbound on I-293 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
When it journeys south in New Hampshire, Interstate 93 veers to the east to travel on the east side of Manchester and then returns to its original path. Taking its place for 12 miles is Interstate 293. This highway is part of the F. E. Everett Turnpike. When it becomes I-293, the turnpike does not have a toll. Interstate 393 is in Concord and its five miles connects I-93 with NH 9 in Pembroke.

In New Jersey three auxiliaries for three main interstates are located in the Newark area. Interstate 278 begins its journey east in Linden, New Jersey. It travels 35.6 miles to the Bronx, New York. The 18 miles of Interstate 280 run from I-80 east to I-95 and the Jersey Turnpike near Newark. Forming a partial beltway around New York City is Interstate 287. It begins at I-95 in Edison, New Jersey and travels 98 miles to I-95 in Rye, New York.

Interstate 195 travels across the state of New Jersey. This highway begins at I-295 near White Horse and runs east for 98 miles before ending at Route 34. The final auxiliary is Interstate 295 which begins at I-95 and US 1 and ends in Delaware in New Castle at I-95 and I-495. The length of this highway is 73.50 miles.


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