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NJAC 19:9-1.2 Speed Limits on Turnpike and Parkway

Turnpike and Parkway 19:9-1.2 Speed Limits Regulation (Not Statute)

(a) Vehicles shall not be operated at a speed in excess of 65 miles per hour on the Turnpike and Parkway:

1. Between milepost 1.2 and milepost 97.2;

2. On the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike and Parkway Extension eastbound between milepost P-1.6 and the Turnpike and Parkway mainline at milepost P-5.8; or

3. On the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike and Parkway Extension westbound between the Turnpike and Parkway mainline at milepost P-5.8 and milepost P-3.7.

(b) Vehicles shall not be operated on the Turnpike and Parkway on the Newark Bay-Hudson County Extension between milepost N-0 and milepost N-8 at a speed in excess of 50 miles per hour.

(c) Vehicles shall not be operated on the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike and Parkway Extension eastbound between the Delaware River Turnpike and Parkway Bridge at milepost P-0.0 (Pennsylvania-New Jersey State line) and milepost P-1.6 at a speed in excess of 50 miles per hour.

(d) Vehicles shall not be operated on the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike and Parkway Extension westbound between mileposts P-3.7 and P-1.0 at a speed in excess of 55 miles per hour and between milepost P-1.0 and the Delaware River Turnpike and Parkway Bridge at milepost P-0.0 (Pennsylvania-New Jersey State line) at a speed in excess of 50 miles per hour.

(e) Except as specified in (a) through (d) above, vehicles shall not be operated elsewhere on the Turnpike and Parkway at a speed in excess of 55 miles per hour except at such locations as shall be designated for test purposes.

(f) Unless otherwise posted, the maximum legal rate of speed at which any motor vehicle may be operated on the main roadway of the Parkway in both directions of traffic shall be 65 miles per hour for its entire length, except the following portions, for which the Speed Limits will be as indicated below:

1. Fifty miles per hour between Milepost 8.0 to Milepost 11.5 in Middle Township, Cape May County;

2. Forty-five miles per hour between Milepost 27 to Milepost 29, approaching and traversing the Great Egg Harbor Bridge;

3. Forty-five miles per hour between Milepost 126.7 and 127.7, approaching and traversing the Driscoll Bridge; and

4. Fifty-five miles per hour between Milepost 123.5 to Milepost 163.3, except as provided by (f)3 above.

(g) A person determined to be in violation of the Speed Limits set forth in (a) through (f) above shall be subject to the fine for a motor vehicle offense in double the amount specified by law, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 39:4-98.6 and 27:23-29.

(h) Where signs prescribing a different speed are posted or erected by a person or persons authorized by the Authority to post or erect such signs, no vehicle within the area or zone or section where such signs are posted or erected shall be operated in excess of the speed prescribed by said signs.

(i) Consistent with the requirements of this section, any vehicle operated on the Roadway shall at all times be operated at an appropriate reduced speed when specified hazards exist with respect to traffic, road, weather or other conditions irrespective of the posted speed limit.

(j) No vehicle shall be operated anywhere on the Roadway at such a slow speed as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic, or in any event at a speed of less than 35 miles per hour on level ground except where otherwise posted or when specific hazards exist with respect to traffic, road or weather conditions.

(k) Unless otherwise posted, or when conditions make such maximum legal rate of speed unsafe, the maximum legal rate of speed at which any motor vehicle may be operated at facilities off the main roadway of the Parkway shall be 25 miles per hour.


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