County Route 507 (New Jersey)

County Route 507 (New Jersey)

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County Route 507 (New Jersey)

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County Route 507 is a county highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The highway extends 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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Harrison to Carlton Hill

County Route 507 begins at an intersection with County Route 508 (Harrison Street) in the community of Harrison, New Jersey. The highway progresses northward as Schuyler Street, weaving northward through downtown Harrison. A short distance later, Route 507 passes West Hudson Park and turns to the northeast, entering a mainly commercial district of Harrison. The route soon enters Kearny, the westernmost district in Hudson County and its Arlington district. There, Route 507 continues as Schuyler Avenue, intersecting with the Gunnel Oval, which leads to Kearny Playground. After an intersection with Midland Avenue, the highway crosses New Jersey Transit's former Boonton Line through Arlington, abandoned on September 20, 2002. After crossing the tracks, County Route 507 continues through a long residential stretch in Arlington, soon forking with the Arlington Memorial Park, a cemetery at Prospect Place in Kearny. County Route 507 parallels the cemetery, until the intersection with...
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