County Route 543 (New Jersey)

County Route 543 (New Jersey)

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County Route 543 (New Jersey)

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County Route 543, abbreviated CR 543, is a county highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The highway extends from Federal Street (CR 537) in Camden to Wrightstown-Georgetown Road (CR 545) in Mansfield Township.

Route description

Camden County

CR 543 begins at an intersection with CR 537 in Camden, Camden County, heading northeast on two-lane undivided River Road through urban industrial areas. The road crosses a set of railroad tracks used by New Jersey Transit's River Line and Conrail Shared Assets Operations. The route crosses CR 601 and heads into urban residential areas with a few businesses, where it encounters CR 609. Upon crossing CR 611, CR 543 enters Pennsauken Township and turns east through industry, passing over the River Line near the 36th Street Station. From here, the road turns northeast again and passes through suburban areas of homes, intersecting CR 612 Spur and CR 612. After the CR 616 junction, the route heads into industrial areas and intersects CR 760 before passing under New Jersey Transit's Atlantic City Line. CR 543 crosses CR 614 and passes homes as it crosses under the Betsy Ross Bridge, which carries Route 90, and comes to the CR 615 junction. After crossing a railroad line, the route runs past more industrial establishments, passing the entrance to the Pennsauken – Route 73 River Line station.

Burlington County

Upon crossing the Pennsauken Creek, CR 545 enters Palmyra in Burlington......
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