The Black Horse Pike is a designation used for a number of different roadways that had been part of a historic route connecting the Camden area to the area of Atlantic City, New Jersey. Roadways now bearing the Black Horse Pike designation include portions of New Jersey Route 168, New Jersey Route 42, U.S. Route 322 and U.S. Route 40.
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... The mileposts correspond to the routes the Black Horse Pike follows ... Camden 9.72 15.64 US 130 / Route 168 north (Mount Ephraim Avenue) Western terminus of Black Horse Pike, west end of NJ 168 overlap Haddon Township 9.48 15.26 Route 76C to I ... US 322 east (Albany Avenue) Eastern terminus of Black Horse Pike, east end of US 40/US 322 overlap 1.000 mi = 1.609 km 1.000 km = 0.621 mi ...
... Route 168 follows the Black Horse Pike for most of its length, running through suburban areas in Gloucester Township, Runnemede, Bellmawr, and Mount Ephraim ... What is now Route 168 runs along the Black Horse Pike, a turnpike established in 1855 that was to run from Camden to Atlantic City. 42 designation was moved to it and the former alignment of Route 42 along the Black Horse Pike north of Turnersville became Route 168 ...
... Brigantine Avenue 24 hour service 502 Atlantic City North Carolina Avenue Atlantic Avenue Black Horse Pike Atlantic Cape Community College Sunday ... Bus Terminal 24 hour service 508 Atlantic City North Carolina Avenue Black Horse Pike Shore Road Jimmie Leeds Road Pomona Road Hamilton Mall 509 Atlantic City North Carolina Avenue Atlantic Avenue New Road ... These trips also operate via the Black Horse Pike instead of the Atlantic City Expressway ...
... Company was established by entrepreneurs who had helped create the White Horse Pike to build a gravel road that would run from Camden south to ... The creation of the Black Horse Pike led to the development of several towns along the route ... The Black Horse Pike was transferred from the turnpike company to the county in 1903, at a time where many private turnpikes would become public roads ...
... Hamilton Mall about 5 miles west on the Black Horse Pike (U.S ... Coat Factory, and all everything else that can be seen from the Black Horse Pike), then converting the site to a strip mall with four additional large stores ... Exit 36 of the Garden State Parkway, an intersection between West Jersey Avenue and the Black Horse Pike, and a boulevard style road network ...
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