County Route 510 (New Jersey)

County Route 510 (New Jersey)

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County Route 510 (New Jersey)

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County Route 510 is a county highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The highway extends 29.58 miles (47.60 kilometers) from North Road (CR 513) in Chester to McCarter Highway (Route 21) in Newark.

A separate, westbound portion of CR 510 stretches through Morristown.

Route description

Morris County

CR 510 begins at an intersection with CR 513 in Chester Borough, Morris County, heading southeast on two-lane undivided Main Street. From the western terminus, CR 510 is signed as part of the former Route 24, which continues west along CR 513. The road passes through residential areas as it crosses into Chester Township and becomes Mendham Road, continuing southeast through more wooded areas of homes along with a few fields. The route curves east and continues into Mendham Township. Farther east, CR 510 continues into Mendham Borough and becomes Main Street, running through residential neighborhoods. In the commercial center of town, the route intersects CR 525 and CR 614. From this point, the road turns northeast and passes more homes as well as a few businesses, intersecting CR 646 before crossing back into Mendham Township. CR 510 runs east again near more residences before entering Morris Township and becomes Mendham Road again. Here, the road runs through forested areas near Lewis Morris Park before running through more woodland with a few homes. The route begins to turn more to the northeast as it enters more residential surroundings before crossing into Morristown. At...
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