Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) Eastbound Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) Westbound
This is the beginning of the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) westbound in Jersey City.  Here, the far right lanes curve south as the New Jersey Turnpike Newark Bay Extension (I-78), while the left lanes become the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) and curve northwest towards the end of the Pulaski Skyway (US 1&9).  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the beginning of the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) eastbound in Jersey City.  Here, the Pulaski Skyway (US 1&9) ends as the US 1&9 designation exits to the right and continues north as Tonnele Avenue (US 1&9).  The NJ 139 designation begins here as the roadway begins the transition from elevated to depressed and curves southeastwards towards the Holland Tunnel (I-78).  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) westbound just west of Exit 2(Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City) in Jersey City.  Here the roadway is beginning to pass under Hoboken Avenue (Upper NJ 139), the road which overpasses most of the connector.  Ramps to and from Hoboken Avenue (Upper NJ 139) are rising up from the connector mainline on either side.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) eastbound just east of its beginning in Jersey City.  Here, the roadway begins to pass underneath Hoboken Avenue (Upper NJ 139), the roadway which overpasses most of the connector.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) eastbound east of its beginning in Jersey City.  Here, the roadway is passing under Hoboken Avenue (Upper NJ 139), the roadway which overpasses most of the connector.  This section is known as the "covered roadway".  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) westbound west of Exit 2(Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City) in Jersey City.  Here the roadway is passing under Hoboken Avenue (Upper NJ 139), the road which overpasses most of the connector.  This section is known as the "covered roadway".  The gaps allowing sunlight through are in the median of Hoboken Avenue (Upper NJ 139) overhead.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) eastbound west of its end in Jersey City.  Here, the roadway is coming out from under the Hoboken Avenue (Upper NJ 139) overpass.  Ramps to and from Hoboken Avenue (Upper NJ 139) are arching downwards on either side to meet the mainline connector.  The now destroyed Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in nearby Lower Manhattan were visible directly ahead.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) westbound east of Exit 1(North US 1&9, Truck US 1&9, To I-280, Jersey City, Kearny) in Jersey City.  Here the roadway has just passed out from under the Hoboken Avenue (Upper NJ 139) overpass and is curving southwesterly to meet the end of the Pulaski Skyway (US 1&9) as the roadway transitions from depressed to elevated.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the end of the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) eastbound at Jersey Avenue in Jersey City.  The NJ 139 designation merges with the I-78 designation from the end of the New Jersey Turnpike Newark Bay Extension on the far right and both continue east as 12th Street (I-78) to the Holland Tunnel (I-78).  This is the end of the freeway, and is unusual in that the interstate designation utilizes the signalized one-way street ahead.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the end of the Pulaski Skyway-Holland Tunnel Connector (NJ 139) westbound in Jersey City.  Here, the NJ 139 designation ends as US 1&9 joins the roadway from the ramp on the right from Tonnele Avenue (US 1&9).  The roadway continues south as the Pulaski Skyway (US 1&9).  Filmed August 25, 2000.



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