Middlesex County, New Jersey

Garden State Parkway northbound entering Middlesex County
Index map of County municipalities (see map key index in table below)
1947 road map
Downtown New Brunswick, an educational and cultural district undergoing gentrification
Thompson Park in Monroe Township.
Indian cuisine is ubiquitously available in Middlesex County.
Aerial view of Monroe Township housing tracts at the previously exurban southern tip of Middlesex County in 2010. Since then, significant new housing construction is rendering this area of the county with an increasingly suburban environment.

Located in central New Jersey, United States, extending inland from the Raritan Valley region to the northern portion of the Jersey Shore.

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East Brunswick, New Jersey

The L.J Smith Farmhouse, now the headquarters for the East Brunswick Historical Society
Illuminated sign entering into East Brunswick on Route 18
Watertower-like sign near the entrance of Heavenly Farms
Youth of East Brunswick playing soccer
View south along the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) just south of Exit 9 in East Brunswick
East Brunswick Museum in Old Bridge

East Brunswick is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States.

Woodbridge Township, New Jersey

Tidal branch of Woodbridge River in Woodbridge marsh, 2008,
Heards Brook, Woodbridge, NJ
East Jersey State Prison
View north along the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) at the interchange with the Garden State Parkway and US 9 in Woodbridge
Flood hazard zones, Woodbridge Township, New Jersey
Woodbridge, New Jersey, area inundated by Woodbridge River (center of illustration) after Hurricane Sandy (Source: USGS Sandy Storm Tide Mapper)

Woodbridge Township is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States.

Piscataway, New Jersey

Souvlaki grilling at the 2011 Greek Festival in Piscataway, New Jersey on May 15, 2011
Interstate 287 northbound in Piscataway

Piscataway is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States.

Perth Amboy, New Jersey

Proprietary House
Three kilns at the Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Company
Typical Victorians on High Street
Arthur Kill along waterfront walkway just south of Ferry Slip
The Perth Amboy National Bank Building at the Five Corners
Looking across Arthur Kill to Harbortown (center)
Victory Bridge from US 9
View south along Route 440, the largest and busiest highway in Perth Amboy
Main entrance of Perth Amboy Station
Perth Amboy High School

Perth Amboy is a city in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States.

Somerset County, New Jersey

County located in the north-central part of the U.S. state of New Jersey.

A walking trail in Basking Ridge
The Sourland Mountain Preserve in Hillsborough
Index map of Somerset County municipalities (click to see index key)
Bernardsville station

Somerset County was created on May 14, 1688, from portions of Middlesex County.

Edison, New Jersey

Replica of Edison's lab where he invented the first commercially practical light bulb. Henry Ford, Edison's longtime friend, built it at the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan.
Roosevelt Park in Edison
Musicians perform at The Coffee House on Amboy Avenue.
View south along the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) in Edison

Edison is a township located in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States.

Monroe Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey

New housing development under construction on Applegarth Road near Route 33, pictured in late 2020
Pastoral view of Monroe
The Applegarth neighborhood of Monroe
Irrigation canal for the Manalapan Brook in Monroe
Sign entering into Monroe Township
Age-restricted community (55 years and over) near the center of Monroe
Gazebo on a hill overlooking Thompson Park
Monroe Township Municipal Complex
Youth of Monroe at a track and field competition
Playground with families at Thompson Park
The New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) in Monroe Township, at exit 8A
Aerial view of exurban Monroe Township housing tracts in 2010. Since then, significant new housing construction is rendering an increasingly suburban environment.

Monroe Township is a township in southern Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States.

Central Jersey

Central region of the U.S. state of New Jersey.

Regions of NJDOT
The Delaware and Raritan Canal in Lambertville
The original provinces of West and East New Jersey as extant between 1674 and 1702 are shown in yellow and green, respectively. The Keith Line is shown in red, while the Coxe and Barclay line is shown in orange.
Bell Labs water tower in Holmdel was designed to resemble a transistor, an important invention. Telecommunications remains an important industry in this region.
Freehold Raceway Mall in Freehold, with a gross leasable area of 1389000 sqft, is the largest mall in Central Jersey, and the third largest in the state.
Nassau Hall, the oldest building at Princeton University in Princeton, was the largest academic building in the American colonies when it was built in 1756 and it briefly served as the United States Capitol building in 1783.
Downtown New Brunswick is an educational and cultural hub undergoing rapid gentrification.
Interstate 195 is called the Central Jersey Expressway.
Indian cuisine is ubiquitously available in Central Jersey.

All descriptions of Central Jersey include Middlesex County, the center of population of New Jersey, and tend to include much of nearby Monmouth, Mercer, and Somerset counties.

Garden State Parkway

Controlled-access toll road that stretches the north–south length of eastern New Jersey from the state's southernmost tip near Cape May to the New York state line at Montvale.

Garden State Parkway southbound, approaching the southern terminus at Route 109 in Lower Township
Garden State Parkway southbound in Cape May Court House
Garden State Parkway northbound in Egg Harbor Township
Garden State Parkway northbound in Bass River Township
Garden State Parkway southbound at CR 614 in Lacey Township
Garden State Parkway northbound in Wall Township
Garden State Parkway northbound at the interchange with Route 18 and Route 36 in Tinton Falls
Garden State Parkway northbound approaching the Driscoll Bridge
Garden State Parkway southbound in Union Township
Garden State Parkway northbound in East Orange
Garden State Parkway northbound in Clifton
Garden State Parkway northbound in Paramus
Stone overpasses on the Garden State Parkway in Union County
The old alignment at the Beesley's Point Bridge heading southbound with a white center line (instead of yellow)
Garden State Parkway southbound approaching exit 154
Garden State Parkway northbound at exit 114
The south end of the parkway at Route 109 in Lower Township, looking north
Exit 116 for the PNC Bank Arts Center, the site of the former Telegraph Hill service road
Signage for exit 165 northbound
Southbound at exit 166
Garden State Parkway northbound approaching the Driscoll Bridge in 2002, before the southbound span was built
Flyover ramp from the GSP northbound to I-78 westbound, opened in 2009
Former traffic light at exit 9 (Shell Bay Avenue) before construction of overpass in 2014
Southbound approaching exit 30 in Somers Point
Typical entrance sign for the parkway
Southbound at the Great Egg Toll Plaza
Toll plaza on the southbound entrance ramp at exit 165
Garden State Parkway tokens, which were discontinued after January 1, 2009
Historical picture of a Garden State Parkway toll plaza
The John B. Townsend Shoemaker Holly picnic area
Northbound exit for the Forked River Service Area
Assurance sign to the Ocean View Service Area

North of here, the GSP passes through densely populated communities in Middlesex and Union counties and intersects I-78 near Newark.

South Brunswick, New Jersey

Red Maple Farm
Suburban street in the neighborhood of Kendall Park
View north along the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) just north of Exit 8A in South Brunswick
Homes along the side of U.S. Route 130 in South Brunswick

South Brunswick is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States.