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New Jersey Turnpike: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: This portion of the turnpike is also "dual-dual", split into local and express lanes, as it approaches the ________.
Robert F. Kennedy BridgeGeorge Washington BridgeBrooklyn BridgeBayonne Bridge

Question 2: Grover Cleveland Service Area, named for ________, (northbound, 92.9, in Woodbridge)
Franklin D. RooseveltHarry S. TrumanGrover ClevelandMartin Van Buren

Question 3: If they went under, the costs would be lower, but the roadway would be very close to the ________, making it harder for ships to pass through.
Newark, New JerseyBergen County, New JerseyNew JerseyPassaic River

Question 4: Turnpike rest areas comprise mostly ________, Roy Rogers, Popeye's Chicken, Sbarro and Starbucks restaurant locations.
KFCBaskin-RobbinsSubway (restaurant)Burger King

Question 5:
Who maintains New Jersey Turnpike?
the New Jersey Department of Transportation
NYSDOT, Rensselaer County and City of Troy
Transports Quu00E9bec
the New Jersey Turnpike Authority

Question 6:
When was New Jersey Turnpike established?
1951
1909
1969
1965-11-11

Question 7:
What state is New Jersey Turnpike associated with?
NJ
NJ Essex
NJ County
NJ 07902

Question 8:
Where does New Jersey Turnpike end?
, I-95/US 1/9/46 in Fort Lee
SR 705 near Fort Loramie
in Fort Belvoir
in Fort Laramie

Question 9: examples of ________ playing a role in the design of a major highway.
Environmental historyEnvironmental engineeringEnvironmental planningEnvironmental science

Question 10: Joyce Kilmer Service Area, named for ________, (northbound, 78.7, in East Brunswick Township)
PoetryRutgers UniversityJoyce KilmerColumbia University
















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