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List of New Jersey state highways
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List of New Jersey state highways

The following are New Jersey State Highways for which a Wikipedia article exists:

New Jersey also has a system of secondary highways. The 500-series highways are designated by the state but county-maintained and have county highway shields. The following secondary highways have Wikipedia articles about them:

Each county in the state has its own highways. The state has encouraged each county to use numbers in the 600-699 range for its county highways with overflow to 700-799 and 800-899, but the system was voluntary, and two counties (Bergen and Monmouth) did not switch, and those counties use 1- and 2-digit county routes.

The following county highways have Wikipedia articles about them:

Finally, New Jersey contains all or part of several interstate highways and U.S. Federal Highways. The following interstate and U.S. highways in New Jersey have Wikipedia articles about them: