Eisenhower Parkway

Eisenhower Parkway

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Eisenhower Parkway, also known as County Route 609, is a highway in Essex County, New Jersey, located in the municipalities of Roseland and Livingston. Eisenhower Parkway dead ends at South Orange Avenue (County Route 510) in Livingston near the Livingston Mall and just north of Interstate 280 in Roseland.

The original plan of the Parkway was to extend to Passaic Avenue in West Caldwell on the northern end and to Route 24 in Chatham on the southern end. There is a complete cloverleaf interchange at Route 24, which would have been Interchange 5 on 24 (and there were once blank signs erected on 24 West). The bridges over Route 24, which would have been part of Eisenhower Parkway, are currently open to all-terrain vehicles. Had it been extended to the south, it was going to be called Triborough Road (at least in Chatham and Florham Park). Signage on the interchange bridge bears the name "Triborough Road".

Route description

The Eisenhower Parkway begins at an intersection with CR 510 in Livingston, Essex County, heading north as a four-lane divided highway. The road passes the Livingston Mall before becoming undivided and passing to the east of the Commonwealth Water Company Reservoir Number Three. Upon turning northeast, the roadway becomes divided again as it crosses CR 607 and passes through forests. The Eisenhower Parkway intersects Route 10 at the modified Livingston Circle, at which point the road passes...
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