View north along Route 29 from its southern terminus at I-195/I-295 in Hamilton Township
View west along CR 546 at its eastern terminus at US 1 in Lawrence Township
Route 29 northbound through downtown Trenton, with the Delaware River on the left
View westbound along CR 546 from I-295 in Lawrence Township
Route 29 northbound past CR 519 in Delaware Township
Woosamonsa Road in Hopewell during autumn
Route 29's mis-signed northern terminus when entering Frenchtown. Route 29 continues to Frenchtown and Route 12 despite the signage.
View south along NJ Route 29 in Hopewell Township
A map showing the history of numbered routes in Lambertville.
View south along Interstate 295 from Route 31 in Hopewell Township. The interchange with the cancelled Somerset Freeway would have been located in the distance where the median between the northbound and southbound roadways widens and becomes wooded
View northbound along Route 29 from the West Trenton Railroad Bridge in Ewing, with Route 175 visible to the right
Southern portal of the South Trenton Tunnel

The highway begins at Route 29 within the Titusville, New Jersey section of Hopewell Township and extends 9.98 mi to U.S. Route 1 (US 1) in Lawrence Township.

- County Route 546 (New Jersey)

Farther north, Route 29 enters Hopewell Township and continues into a more rural setting shaded with trees.

- New Jersey Route 29

Route 29 heads to Washington Crossing State Park, where it intersects County Route 546, which heads east on Washington Crossing-Pennington Road, and the approach to the Washington Crossing Bridge, which continues into Pennsylvania and connects to Pennsylvania Route 532.

- New Jersey Route 29

Route 29 passes through the southwestern part of Hopewell alongside the Delaware and Raritan Canal.

- Hopewell Township, Mercer County, New Jersey

Major county roads that go through are County Route 518, County Route 546, County Route 569 and County Route 579.

- Hopewell Township, Mercer County, New Jersey
View north along Route 29 from its southern terminus at I-195/I-295 in Hamilton Township

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I-295 southbound/US 40 westbound entering Delaware past the Delaware Memorial Bridge

Interstate 295 (Delaware–Pennsylvania)

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Auxiliary Interstate Highway, designated as a bypass around Philadelphia and a partial beltway of Trenton, New Jersey.

Auxiliary Interstate Highway, designated as a bypass around Philadelphia and a partial beltway of Trenton, New Jersey.

I-295 southbound/US 40 westbound entering Delaware past the Delaware Memorial Bridge
Welcome center / rest area along northbound I-295 in Carneys Point Township
I-295/US 130 northbound at the CR 631/CR 640/CR 642/CR 644 exit in West Deptford Township
I-295 southbound at Warwick Road in Lawnside
Night aerial view of the 3-leaf cloverleaf interchange with Route 38, with the Delaware River and Philadelphia in the background and the New Jersey Turnpike in the foreground.
I-295 southbound past the exit for Woodcrest station in Tavistock
I-295 northbound at the CR 541 exit in Burlington Township
I-295 westbound at the electronic toll gantry for the Scudder Falls Bridge entering Pennsylvania from New Jersey
View north along I-295 from US 206 (South Broad Street) in Hamilton Township
I-295 northbound at Route 70 interchange in Cherry Hill
The former northern terminus of I-295 at US 1 and I-95 in Lawrence (signs in picture have been updated)
The beginning of I-295 eastbound from I-95 northbound in Bristol Township
I-295 southbound/US 40 westbound at the DE 9 interchange in Holloway Terrace
I-295 eastbound past the US 1 Bus./PA 413 interchange in Middletown Township

The freeway continues northeast toward Trenton, where it intersects I-195 and Route 29 before bypassing the city to the east, north, and west, crossing the Delaware River on the Scudder Falls Bridge into Pennsylvania.

I-295 comes to a partial cloverleaf interchange at Princeton Pike (CR 583), before coming to a southbound ramp to CR 546.

I-295 then has a northbound exit and southbound entrance serving Federal City Road, before leaving Lawrence Township and entering Hopewell Township.

Trenton-New Brunswick Turnpike, the future U.S. Route 1 through Mercer County, 1904

Mercer County, New Jersey

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County located in the U.S. state of New Jersey.

County located in the U.S. state of New Jersey.

Trenton-New Brunswick Turnpike, the future U.S. Route 1 through Mercer County, 1904
Holder Tower in Princeton University, one of the world's most prominent research universities
Mercer County Courthouse in Trenton
Drumthwacket, the official residence of the governor of New Jersey, is located in Princeton and is listed on both the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and the New Jersey Register of Historic Places.
The Delaware and Raritan Canal in Hopewell Township
Nassau Street in Princeton
Index map of Mercer County municipalities (click to see index)

The county was formed by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 22, 1838, from portions of Burlington County (including Nottingham Township), Hunterdon County (including Ewing Township, Lawrence Township, Trenton and portions of Hopewell Township), and Middlesex County (including West Windsor Township and portions of East Windsor Township).

The county roads that traverse through are County Route 518 (only in the Hopewells), County Route 524, County Route 526, County Route 533, County Route 535, County Route 539, County Route 546, County Route 569, County Route 571 and County Route 583.

The state routes that pass through Mercer are Route 27 (only in Princeton), Route 29, Route 31, Route 33, Route 129, and Route 133 (only in East Windsor).

View north along CR 579 in Ewing

County Route 579 (New Jersey)

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County highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey.

County highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey.

View north along CR 579 in Ewing
CR 579 northbound at milepost 18 in Hunterdon County
View northbound along CR 579 from the Black River and Western Railroad in Ringoes

The highway extends 37.24 mi from John Fitch Parkway (Route 29) in Trenton to Route 173 in Greenwich Township.

Here, the road enters forested areas and crosses the Jacobs Creek into Hopewell Township, heading north.

The route crosses CR 546 and continues through farmland and woodland with a few residences.