U.S. 9

U.S. 9 begins in Laurel, Delaware at U.S. 13, and ends in Champlain, New York at Interstate 87, near the Canadian border. The highway enters New Jersey from the south on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. The highway runs parallel to the Garden State Parkway for most of its journey in the Garden State.

PICTURES
All pictures taken 8/4/03

First U.S. 9 North assurance shield after getting back on
land after an 80-minute ride on the Cape May-Lewes
Ferry. (Apologies for the quality of the picture, but at
least I got the sign!)
U.S. 9 North runs east-west for its first couple miles in
New Jersey. This sign informs motorists that they
should follow the signs to get to the Garden State
Parkway.
"Welcome to New Jersey" sign on U.S. 9 North. The
rural and urban speed limits are also posted.
U.S. 9 North at CR 603 near Cape May.
U.S. 9 North at NJ 109. NJ 109 connects U.S. 9 to the
southern end of the Garden State Parkway and Cape
May.

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