Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) Eastbound Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) Westbound
This is the beginning of the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) westbound in Cinnaminson.  The road splitting towards the right is the Palmyra Bridge Boulevard (NJ 73) northbound.  Originally planned to continue east to the Camden Freeway (I-295) and the New Jersey Turnpike (NJ 700), opposition caused the freeway to be truncated, and when it was completed in 1988 the freeway was redesigned to merge with the Palmyra Bridge Boulevard (NJ 73), which it was supposed to replace.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



This is the beginning of the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) eastbound in Pennsauken Township.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



This is the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) eastbound at Exit 1(US 130, Pennsauken, Camden, Trenton) in Pennsauken Township.  This section had not been repaved since before the eastern extension of the freeway was opened in 1988, and remnants of the former yellow "zebra" stripes, which marked the existing roadway east of the Burlington Pike (US 130) as closed, remained on the pavement.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



This is the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) westbound east of Exit 1(South US 130, Pennsauken, Camden) in Pennsauken Township, just before the end of the Pennsauken Creek bridge.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



This is the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) eastbound at Exit 2(South CR 644, Cherry Hill, Haddonfield) in Pennsauken Township.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



This is the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) westbound just east of Exit 1(South US 130, Pennsauken, Camden) in Pennsauken Township.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



This is the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) eastbound east of Exit 2(South CR 644, Cherry Hill, Haddonfield) in Pennsauken Township.  The Pennsauken Creek bridge is just ahead.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



This is the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) westbound just west of Exit 1(South US 130, Pennsauken, Camden) in Pennsauken Township.  From the Betsy Ross Bridge (NJ 90)'s opening in 1976 until the eastern section of the freeway opened in 1988, this section of the roadway was constructed but unused.  Today this 8-lane section remains underutilized.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



This is the end of the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) eastbound at Palmyra Bridge Boulevard (NJ 73) in Cinnaminson.  Originally planned to continue east and meet the Camden Freeway (I-295) and the New Jersey Turnpike (NJ 700), it was shortened and redesigned due to community opposition.  The freeway now merges with Palmyra Bridge Boulevard (NJ 73) southbound, which continues as a divided arterial.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



This is the end of the Betsy Ross Bridge Approach (NJ 90) westbound in Pennsauken Township.  The freeway continues west as the Betsy Ross Bridge (NJ 90) into Philadelphia, the toll plaza for which is directly ahead.  Filmed August 21, 2000.



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