NEW JERSEY – To travel is to live.
Unless you’re a New Jersey resident, traveling by car can be extremely frustrating as the Garden State has so many freeways. Some of them are winding. Some of them have nightmares. While others are constantly in need of repairs.
With that in mind, NJ.com, the website of New Jersey’s largest newspaper, “The Star-Ledger,” researched the 25 worst freeways in the nation’s most densely populated state.
The NJ.com list was compiled with the help of social media readers. Scroll down to see which freeway is the most hated stretch of road in the Garden State.
24. Route 37
23. Route 73
2. Route 4
20. Route 17
19. Route 55
17. Route 18
16. Route 3
15. Garden State Parkway
14. Route 46
12. Route 440
11. Route 21/Mccarter Highway
10. Atlantic City Freeway/Route 42
7. Route 1
5. Route 9
4. Route 139/Pulaski Skyway
3. The New Jersey Turnpike
2. Course 1/9
1. Route 22
For more details on why the routes got the rankings they did, click here.
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