|Salem||Pennsville Township||0.00||I-295 south / US 40 west – Delaware Memorial Bridge||Opened November 5, 1951; southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|Carneys Point Township||1.12||US 40 east / Route 140 / CR 540 – Penns Grove, Deepwater, Atlantic City||North end of US 40 overlap|
|1||2.4||Exit 1 Toll Plaza (Delaware Memorial Bridge)|
|Gloucester||Woolwich Township||2||12.8||US 322 – Swedesboro, Glassboro||Opened November 5, 1951|
|Camden||Borough of Runnemede – Borough of Bellmawr||3||26.1||Route 168 to AC Exwy. – Camden, Philadelphia, Woodbury||Opened November 5, 1951|
|Burlington||Mount Laurel Township||4||34.5||Route 73 – Mount Laurel, Camden, Philadelphia||Opened November 5, 1951|
|Westampton Township||5||44.1||CR 541 – Burlington, Mount Holly, Willingboro, Westampton||Opened November 5, 1951|
|I-276 west to US 130 – Florence, Pennsylvania Turnpike||Opened May 25, 1956. Eastern terminus of Pennsylvania Extension.
Unsigned I-95 enters northbound and exits southbound. Will be signed once upgrade work is completed. Turnpike will divide northbound, and merge southbound when reconstruction of Turnpike is complete.
|Florence Township||6A||P2.6||US 130 – Burlington, Bordentown, Florence||Opened May 25, 1956; on the Pennsylvania Extension. Partial exit was converted to a full exit in 1998-99; toll plaza at southbound entrance.|
|Bordentown Township||7||53.3||US 206 – Bordentown, Trenton, Fort Dix, McGuire AFB||Originally opened November 30, 1951; current ramps opened in 1990|
|Mercer||Robbinsville Township||7A||60.5||I-195 – Trenton, Hamilton, Lakewood, Shore Points||Opened in the 1970s|
|East Windsor Township||8||67.6||Route 33 to Route 133 – Hightstown, Freehold, East Windsor||Opened November 30, 1951|
|Middlesex||Cranbury Township||72.8||Turnpike divides northbound and merges southbound until reconstruction is complete.
(Inner roadway for cars only, outer roadway for cars-trucks-buses.)
|Monroe Township||8A||73.9||Route 32 west / CR 612 east / CR 535 – Jamesburg, Cranbury, South Brunswick, Monroe||Opened in 1968|
|East Brunswick Township||9||83.4||Route 18 / CR 527 to US 1 – New Brunswick, East Brunswick, South River||Opened November 30, 1951|
|Edison Township||10||88.1||I-287 north / Route 440 north / CR 514 – Perth Amboy, Metuchen, Edison, Outerbridge Crossing||Originally opened November 30, 1951 to connect with the Garden State Parkway (access provided only from Turnpike northbound to parkway northbound and from parkway southbound to Turnpike southbound, with other Turnpike-Parkway connections having to be made via exit 11); new interchange 10 built in 1966 to connect with I-287 and Route 440. Southern terminus of I-287 and Route 440.|
|Woodbridge Township||11||91.0||G.S. Pkwy. / US 9 – Woodbridge, Shore Points||Originally opened November 30, 1951 to connect with U.S. Route 9, rebuilt in 1966 to also connect with the Garden State Parkway; no trucks allowed on Garden State Parkway.|
|Borough of Carteret||12||95.9||CR 602 – Carteret, Rahway||Opened December 12, 1951|
|Union||City of Elizabeth||13||99.4||I-278 / Route 439 – Elizabeth, Goethals Bridge, Verrazano Bridge||Opened December 12, 1951|
|13A||101.6||Route 81 north – Elizabeth, Newark Airport, Elizabeth Seaport||Opened in 1982|
|Essex||City of Newark||14||104.7||I-78 to US 1/9 / US 22 – Newark Airport, Holland Tunnel||Opened December 12, 1951; western terminus of the Newark Bay Extension|
|Hudson||City of Jersey City||14A||N3.5||Route 440 – Bayonne||Opened April 4, 1956; on the Newark Bay Extension|
|14B||N5.5||Jersey City, Liberty State Park, Garfield Avenue, LSP Park and Ride||Opened September 15, 1956; on the Newark Bay Extension|
|14C||N5.9||Holland Tunnel, Columbus Drive, Downtown Jersey City, Journal Square||Opened September 15, 1956; on the Newark Bay Extension|
|Essex||City of Newark||105.6||Car and truck lanes end northbound and begin southbound.
Eastern and Western Spurs (continuations of the car and truck lanes, respectively) begin northbound and end southbound.
US 1/9 Truck – Newark, Jersey City
|Opened December 12, 1951; full interchange on the Eastern Spur, southbound exit and northbound entrance on the Western Spur|
|Hudson||Town of Kearny||15W||E108.5
|I-280 west – Newark, Kearny, The Oranges||Opened January 1970; full interchange on the Western Spur, southbound exit and northbound entrance on the Eastern Spur|
|Town of Secaucus||15X||E110.8||Secaucus Junction, Secaucus||Opened December 1, 2005; on the Eastern Spur|
|E112.3||Exit 16E/18E Toll Plaza (Lincoln Tunnel/George Washington Bridge)|
|17||E112.7||Route 495 east to Route 3 – Lincoln Tunnel, Secaucus||Opened January 15, 1952; on the Eastern Spur. Signed as Exit 16E northbound; northbound entrance is toll-free.|
|Bergen||Borough of East Rutherford||16W||W112.7||Route 3 – Secaucus, Rutherford, Lincoln Tunnel, Meadowlands Sports Complex||Opened January 1970; on the Western Spur|
|Borough of Carlstadt||18W||W113.8||Exit 18W Toll Plaza (George Washington Bridge)|
|Village of Ridgefield Park||E117.2
|Eastern and Western Spurs merge northbound and split southbound.|
| I-95 north to I-80 – George Washington Bridge
Highway maintained by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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