County Route 519 (New Jersey)

County Route 519 (New Jersey)

County Route 519, abbreviated CR 519, is a county highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The highway extends 88.54 miles (142.49 km) from Daniel Bray Highway (Route 29) in Delaware Township to the New York state line in Wantage Township. It is the state's longest 500-series county route.

Read more about County Route 519 (New Jersey):  History, Major Intersections

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County Route 519 (New Jersey) - Major Intersections
... County Location Mile km Destinations Notes Hunterdon Delaware Township 0.00 0.00 Route 29 Southern terminus Kingwood Township 8.81 14.18 Route 12 Alexandria Township 12.60 20.28 CR 513 (Everittstown Road) Warren Pohatcong Township 27.38 44.06 Route 122 east (New Brunswick Avenue) South end of NJ 122 overlap 27.59 44.40 Route 122 west (South Main Street) North end of NJ 122 overlap 28.33 45.59 US 22 Lopatcong Township 29.93 48.17 Route 57 White Township 42.05 67.67 US 46 Hope Township 48.41 77.91 CR 521 north (Hope Blairstown Road) to I-80 Sussex Newton 64.42 103.67 Route 94 south (High Street) South end of NJ 94 overlap 64.73 104.17 US 206 south (Main Street) South end of US 206 overlap 64.94 104.51 US 206 / Route 94 north North end of US 206/NJ 94 overlap Branchville 71.45 114.99 US 206 Wantage Township 83.70 134.70 Route 23 south South end of NJ 23 overlap 85.91 138.26 Route 23 north North end of NJ 23 overlap 88.54 142.49 CR 55 New York border, northern terminus 1.000 mi = 1.609 km 1.000 km = 0.621 mi. ...

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