County Route 527 (New Jersey)

County Route 527 (New Jersey)

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County Route 527 (New Jersey)

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County Route 527 is a county highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The highway extends from Main Street (Route 166) in Toms River Township to Pompton Avenue (NJ 23) in Cedar Grove. It is the second longest county highway in New Jersey after Route 519. It was first given the number 527 in 1954. The highest speed limit on CR 527 is 50 mph (80 km/h) in Toms River.

County Route 527 begins in the town of Toms River and quickly comes upon the Garden State Parkway at .53 miles. The first concurrency with a major road occurs at with Route 18. County Route 527 merges with NJ 18 twice in its length. CR 527 moves into Somerset County and Union County and soon Essex County. CR 527 ends at New Jersey Route 23 in Cedar Grove. Other notable intersections are with Interstates 195, 287, 78, 280 and 95.

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County Route 527 begins at a traffic light with New Jersey Route 166 in Toms River. Passing some local roads at the beginning, CR 527 crosses an interchange with the Garden State Parkway at .53 of a mile. More than a mile later, New Jersey Route 37 crosses 527 at a traffic light. Continuing through Toms River Township, County Route 571 merges into 527 for about 3/4 of a mile. At , State Route 70 crosses CR 527. Just past ten miles (16 km), County Route 547 crosses with Ocean County Route 3. Now in Jackson Township, at , County Route 528 leaves...
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