New Jersey Roads - US 206


The worst New Jersey can offer.

Due to the bend in the Delaware River, US 206 goes from the heart of Northern Jersey, to the western edge of Trenton, back into the middle of Southern Jersey, while going basically straight N-S. North of Trenton, US 206 carries substantial traffic, and was considered to be a freeway, with a tiny piece built at I-80. South of US 130, 206 narrows to two lanes and carries far less traffic in the heart of the Pine Barrens.


Right before the horrible SB shield is a very decent Somerset County shield. The street sign points down Pottersville Rd. from Hacklebarney Rd. south of Chester.

US 206, Princeton and south
US 206 multiplex with former Alternate/unofficial Business US 1
US 206, Netcong and north
US 202/206 multiplex



Original county line sign and a control section sign that's only newer by comparison, courtesy Doug Kerr.

US 206 freeways in Atlantic and Sussex Counties on Steve Anderson's phillyroads.com and nycroads.com
Into Pennsylvania on US 206
Onto Somerset CR 601
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