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Unknown Routes

SPUI has canvassed state legislation for these routes that have no correlation to known state routes. In many cases, these pieces of legislation were proposals either turned down or turned into a county route. If you have any information to add to this page or any new unknown routes, please email me.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in Millville at the intersection of Broad street and Delsea drive and thence passing in the vicinity of Milmay to a point on Route 48, at or near Mays Landing.
L.1941, c. 38, p. 110, s. 1.
This is Spur CR 552 and CR 552.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in Morris Plains on State Highway Route No. 5N, and from thence to a point on Route No. 2 near the New York State line.
L.1941, c. 55, p. 139, s. 1.
This may have been an early plan for I-287, or else a proposed state-maintained alignment of US 202.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in the Absecon boulevard in the city of Atlantic City between Duck thoroughfare and Newfound thoroughfare and proceeding thence in a northeasterly and easterly direction, crossing to and over Mankiller island also Mankiller bay, thence to and over Rum Point island, connecting with Atlantic County Road No. 38.
L.1941, c. 64, p. 150, s. 1.
This was never built.

ROUTE NO. . Extending State Highway Routes No. 44, No. 45, and No. 47 in the vicinity of Westville, Gloucester county, New Jersey, by direct route to Delaware river bridge, running through Camden county on the alignment of or roughly parallel to the alignment of Broadway in Brooklawn borough, Gloucester and Camden cities, New Jersey.
L.1946, c. 114, p. 542, s. 1.
This is either CR 551 or an early plan for I-76.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at the intersection of New Jersey State Highway Route No. 51 and the Woodbury-Auburn road and proceeding thence in a southeasterly direction crossing Routes Nos. 45 and 47; thence to the intersection of State Highway Route No. 42 in Monroe township in the county of Gloucester.
L.1946, c. 128, p. 608, s. 1.
This may be CR 538.

ROUTE NO. . Being all that certain county road or highway situate, lying and being in the county of Atlantic, State of New Jersey, known as the Delilah road and more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the junction of said Delilah road with State Highway Route No. 48, near McKee City, thence in a general easterly direction along the various courses of said Delilah road and for the full width thereof to its junction with State Highway Route No. 56, known as Absecon boulevard, in the city of Absecon City, including the over-pass over said Absecon boulevard at said junction.
L.1946, c. 139, p. 675, s. 1.
This is CR 646.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point at or in the vicinity of the intersection of Route 10 and Route 6 at Ledgewood, Morris county; thence in a general northerly direction to Route 6A in the vicinity of Lafayette, Sussex county.
L.1947, c. 329, p. 1052, s. 1.
This was never built, except possibly for the roadway connecting US 46 to I-80 at Exit 28 and Lake Hopatcong.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in State Highway Route No. 26 in the vicinity of Clarksville, in the county of Mercer, and running in a southerly direction by way of Mercerville, in the county of Mercer, and connecting with existing State Highway Route No. 37 in the vicinity of White Horse, in the county of Mercer.
L.1948, c. 43, p. 128, s. 1.
This is CR 533.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning on Route 49 in the vicinity of Dennisville, Cape May County, and from thence northerly, passing in the vicinity of Woodbine, to a connection with Route 47 in the vicinity of Marshallville.
L.1948, c. 167, p. 904, s. 1.
This is CR 557.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point at or near Route No. 1 at its intersection with Route No. 25 skyway, and thence in a general northerly direction, and approximately paralleling Route No. 1, in part, to a point at or near the intersection of Route No. 100, Route No. 3, and the Lincoln Tunnel approach.
L.1948, c. 452, p. 1852, s. 1.
This may have been a planned bypass for NJ 1 (now US 1-9).

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Route No. 38 in the County of Burlington, extending thence in a northeasterly direction to and along the Old Monmouth road through the counties of Burlington, Ocean and Monmouth to Route No. 4 at Freehold in the county of Monmouth.
L.1950, c. 300, p. 1012, s. 1.
This is CR 537.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at State Highway Route No. 2 (Route 17) in the vicinity of its intersection with State Highway Route No. S-3 in or near the township of Lyndhurst, and running southerly east of Schuyler avenue in the township of Lyndhurst, borough of North Arlington, town of Kearny, and ending at the Jersey City and Newark Turnpike in or near the town of Harrison.
L.1953, c. 93, p. 1021, s. 1.
This may have been a planned continuation southward of the NJ 17 arterial.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in the vicinity of the Burlington-Bristol bridge over the Delaware river and extending in a southeasterly direction to a connection with Route 70 in the vicinity of its intersection with Route 72.
L.1953, c. 113, p. 1299, s. 1.
This may have been a precursor to the proposed I-895 expressway.

ROUTE NO. .
L.1955, c. 255, s. 1, repealed 1997, c.143, s.3.
Anyone have some information on this?

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Route U.S. 40 and 322 in the vicinity of its crossing of the Great Thoroughfare and from thence in a general southerly and easterly direction to a connection with Federal Aid Secondary Route 236 at the intersection of Dorset Avenue and West End Avenue, in Atlantic County.
L.1961, c. 133, p. 801, s. 1, effective Jan. 8, 1962.
No idea what this was meant to be, but it doesn't exist in the swamps west of Atlantic City.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at a point in or near the present intersection of Orchard street and Westfield avenue in the city of Elizabeth, in Union county, and extending generally easterly across U.S. Routes 1 and 9 and the New Jersey Turnpike, and thence generally northerly to a point in the vicinity of North avenue East and McLester street in the area of Port Elizabeth, in the city of Elizabeth.
Added by L.1967, c. 219, s. 1, eff. Oct. 10, 1967.
This was never built.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at a point on Route 1-9 south of the Pulaski Skyway, in the county of Hudson, and extending generally northerly to a point of intersection with the Pulaski Skyway, and thence generally northerly to a point of intersection with State Route No. 3, in Hudson county.
Added by L.1971, c. 120, s. 1, eff. April 29, 1971.
This may have been an expressway east of NJ 21.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at a point on route 1-9 south of the Pulaski skyway, in the county of Hudson, and extending generally northerly to a point of intersection with the Pulaski skyway, thence generally northerly to a point of intersection with State route no. 3, in Hudson county and thence generally northerly to a point of intersection with Interstate route 80 in Bergen county.
Added by L.1971, c. 140, s. 1, eff. May 13, 1971.
This appears to be a continuation of the last piece of legislation.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at or in the vicinity of Morris street, south of the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad and proceeding in a northwesterly direction approximately parallel to the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad to a point on Speedwell avenue in the vicinity of Speedwell lake, all within the town of Morristown.
L.1971, c. 410, s. 1, eff. Jan. 20, 1972.
This was never built.

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