Pictures of the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur(US 22)
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This is the beginning of the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 east, in Hillside Township.  Immediately before here are the last businesses on the roadway, meaning that the last 2 miles have no private access.  Technically, this means that the far eastern section is a full freeway.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the beginning of the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 west, in Newark.  The roadway on the left is US 1&9 south, the mainline Pulaski Skyway Approach.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 west, east of exit 59(Frelinghuysen Avenue, Empire Street) in Newark.  I-78, the Phillipsburg-Newark Expressway, is clearly visible on the right.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 east, in Newark, just east of the end of the business access.  The lower of the double overpasses ahead is a railroad, and the higher is a side street.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 west, at exit 59(Frelinghuysen Avenue, Empire Street) in Newark.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 east, west of exit 59(Frelinghuysen Avenue, Newark) in Newark.  This is very likely the most substandard section of freeway in all of New Jersey, with it's overhead lines, wooden light/telephone poles, no shoulders, and whole chunks of missing barrier.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 west, just west of exit 59(Frelinghuysen Avenue, Empire Street) in Newark.  This is the end of the 'upgraded' section of the freeway.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 east, at exit 59(Frelinghuysen Avenue, Newark) in Newark.  From here east, the roadway has been upgraded.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 west, west of exit 59(Frelinghuysen Avenue, Empire Street) in Newark.  This is the most substandard section of the freeway, and possibly the most substandard section of any New Jersey freeway.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 east, just east of exit 59(Frelinghuysen Avenue, Newark) in Newark.  I-78, the Phillipsburg-Newark Expressway, is visible on the left.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 west, just east of the beginning of business access in Newark.  The long, curved underpass ahead carries both a railroad and side street above the freeway via the double overpasses.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 east, just west of it's end in Newark.  The overpass above is US 1&9, the mainline Pulaski Skyway Approach.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the end of the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 west, at the beginning of business access in Hillside Township, the first two clearly visible on both sides of the roadway here.  US 22 continues west as Albert Street, a divided arterial.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



This is the end of the Pulaski Skyway Approach Western Spur, US 22 east, as it merges with the mainline Pulaski Skyway Approach, US 1&9.  Filmed August 25, 2000.



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