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New Jersey Route 34 - Major Intersections
... County Location Mile km Destinations Notes Monmouth Wall Township 0.00 0.00 Route 35 / Route 70 west Southern terminus, former Brielle Circle 1.97 3.17 CR 524 Spur (Atlantic Avenue ... CR 547 (Asbury Avenue) Collingwood Circle, south end of NJ 33 overlap Howell Township 8.76 14.10 Route 33 west North end of NJ 33 overlap Colts Neck Township 12.27 19.75 Route 18 NJ ...
Ogemaw Township, Michigan
... Ogemaw Township is a civil township of Ogemaw County in the U.S ... state of Michigan ...
New Jersey Route 34
... with Route 35 and Route 70 (the former Brielle Circle) in Wall Township, Monmouth County north to an intersection with U.S ... Route 9 in Old Bridge Township, Middlesex County ... end of the Route 33 concurrency in Howell Township along this stretch, the route intersects the Garden State Parkway and Interstate 195/Route 138 ...
Timeline Of Slatington Schools
... The following is a timeline of the development of schools in Slatington, Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley region of the state 1820 First school – Old Stone ... The new school district became the Blue Valley Union School District ... Washington Township School District remained as before ...
New Jersey Route 38
... Route 130, in Pennsauken Township, Camden County to an intersection with U.S ... Route 206 and County Route 530 in Southampton Township, Burlington County ... to be a freeway crossing the state of New Jersey, running from Camden to Wall Township, Monmouth County ...

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