County Route 507 (New Jersey)

County Route 507 (New Jersey)

County Route 507, abbreviated CR 507, is a county highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The highway extends 28.37 mi (45.66 km) from Harrison Avenue (CR 508) on the Kearny-Harrison town line to the New York state line in Mahwah. Between Ho-Ho-Kus and Mahwah, this highway is known as Franklin Turnpike. At its northern terminus, County Route 507 continues north into the New York State as Orange Avenue, which is a portion of US Route 202.

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County Route 507 (New Jersey) - Major Intersections
... County Location Mile km Destinations Notes Hudson Harrison 0.00 0.00 CR 508 (Harrison Avenue) Southern terminus Kearny 2.21 3.56 Route 7 east South end of NJ 7 overlap 2.73 4.39 Route 17 north (Ridge Road) 3.22 5.18 Route 7 west North end of NJ 7 overlap Bergen Rutherford 6.28 10.11 Route 3 Interchange Elmwood Park 12.19 19.62 US 46 Interchange 12.70 20.44 I-80 I-80 exit 61 14.03 22.58 Route 4 Interchange Fair Lawn 16.69 26.86 Route 208 Interchange Ho-Ho-Kus 20.76 33.41 CR 502 east (Hollywood Avenue) South end of CR 502 overlap Waldwick 21.35 34.36 CR 502 west (Wyckoff Avenue) North end of CR 502 overlap Ramsey 25.64 41.26 Route 17 Interchange Mahwah 28.34 45.61 US 202 south South end of US 202 overlap 28.37 45.66 US 202 east (Orange Avenue) New York border, northern terminus 1.000 mi = 1.609 km 1.000 km = 0.621 mi. ...

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