County Route 55 (Monmouth County, New Jersey)

County Route 55 (Monmouth County, New Jersey)

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County Route 55 (Monmouth County, New Jersey)

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County Route 55 is a county highway in Monmouth County, New Jersey, locally known as Hall's Mill Road south of Route 33 Business and as Kosloski Road north of Route 33 Business.

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Hall's Mill Road carries the CR 55 designation starting at the intersection of Willowbrook Road (just north of Route 33) in Freehold Township. From there, the highway extends north to Marlboro Road (Route 79) in East Freehold. CR 55 is the north–south bypass of Freehold and U.S. Route 9. Recent construction extended CR 55's original length further north by about from its original north end at Colts Neck Road (CR 537) to Route 79.County Roads Straight Line Diagrams, Prepared by the Monmouth County Planning Board, April 10, 2006. The four-lane highway has an overpass that allows for a U-turn and left turn from CR 537 westbound. South of CR 537, the highway is dualized with a grassy median and very limited driveways. An overpass with Route 33 Business was opened to drivers in May 2006. The overpass eliminated the traffic light along the CR 55 alignment and allows for free flow of traffic.


Construction began in the summer of 1978 on what was then known as the "East Freehold Road Realignment", which was to both serve as a bypass route for Freehold and as access to several county facilities in the area. Sharp curves were eliminated, and residential areas such as Weaverville were bypassed. On March 8, 1980, the Board of Chosen......
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