Pictures of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach (US 30)
Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach (US 30) Eastbound Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach (US 30) Westbound
This is the beginning of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach, US 30 east, in Camden.  The Norh-South Freeway, I-676 south, splits to the right.  Because US 30 was the original approach to the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, it is in the center of the Y-interchange with I-676, despite I-676 being the 'mainline' off of the bridge.  Also note the special barrier, designed specifically to beautify US 30 as part of Philadelphia's 'sprucing up' just prior to the 2000 Republican National Convention.  Filmed July 1, 2001.



This is the beginning of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach, US 30 west, in Camden.  The roadway becomes full freeway here as it passes over the Cooper River.  Filmed July 1, 2001.



This is the Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach, US 30 west, at exit 1(Mickel Boulevard, Campbell Place, Camden Business District, State Aquarium, Rutgers University) in Camden.  Filmed July 1, 2001.



This is the Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach, US 30 east, at exit 1 in Camden.  Strangely, exit 1 has no signage what-so-ever.  Filmed July 1, 2001.



This is the Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach, US 30 west, west of exit 1(Mickel Boulevard, Campbell Place, Camden Business District, State Aquarium, Rutgers University) in Camden.  The overpass is the North-South Freeway, I-676 north.  Filmed July 1, 2001.



This is the Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach, US 30 east, east of exit 1 in Camden.  The Cooper River bridge is just ahead.  Filmed July 1, 2001.



This is the end of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach, US 30 west, in Camden.  US 30 merges with I-676 here as it approaches the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.  US 30 continues west multiplexed with I-676 north.  Filmed July 1, 2001.



This is the end of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge Approach, US 30 east, in Camden.  This is the end of the freeway section, visible just ahead via the presence of a gas station.  US 30 continues east as the Admiral Wilson Boulevard.  Filmed July 1, 2001.



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