County Route 612
is a county route
in Middlesex County, New Jersey
that measures in length. It carries the names of Forsgate Drive, Pergola Avenue, and Matchaponix Road. The road extends from CR 613
in the east to its bridge over the New Jersey Turnpike
in the west, where it continues as Route 32
. Route 612, along with current Route 32 was originally designated as County Route 5-R-8.
County Route 612 begins at the New Jersey Turnpike
in Monroe Township
. Known as Forsgate Drive for , there are only a few major intersections; the first is for County Route 619
(also known as Applegarth Road). The second intersection is for County Route 615
. CR 612 crosses a railroad track just before one mile (1.6 km). After passing some local roads, CR 612 becomes concurrent with County Route 522
. Five-hundredths of a mile later, CR 522 leaves and CR 612 continues into Monroe Township again.
CR 612 ends at Spotswood-Englishtown Road (CR 613), five miles (8 km) from the New Jersey Turnpike and Route 32. The eastern end of CR 612 has become more developed, which in turn has created more vehicular volume. More developments are being built along CR 612, which will further increase vehicular volume. The busiest section of CR 612 is between CR 619
and the New Jersey Turnpike
Both ends of the county route are in Monroe......