Crossing from Pennsylvania or Delaware into New Jersey

Crossing from Pennsylvania or Delaware into New Jersey
Cost: Varies

How To Get Around It:
There are several bridges crossing from Pennsylvania and Delaware into New Jersey, and all of them have tolls except one. Taking I-95 north from Philadelphia (it’s a separate I-95 from the Jersey Turnpike), you will eventually cross into New Jersey right at Trenton. It is then a quick zip across town on Rt. 29 along the river, which turns into I-195, and then meets the New Jersey Turnpike, or a slightly longer trip around the north of the city on I-95, which the turns into I-295, and then meets up with I-195, which takes you to the New Jersey Turnpike. Either way, you’ll end up at the Jersey turnpike, saving several dollars on the tolls for the turnpike, Deleware Memorial bridge, and possibly even more.

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