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Encyclopedia > New Jersey State Highway 143

New Jersey State Highway 143 is a state highway in New Jersey, United States. It is a short route in Winslow, New Jersey, running on Spring Garden Road between Cedarbrook Road and Whitehorse Pike (United States Highway 30).

New Jersey State Highways
This road is part of the current system, begun in the 1927 renumbering and heavily modified by the 1953 renumbering.
The original system existed from 1922 to 1927.

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The initial system of state highways was legislated in 1916, and by 1917 the state began to take over roads from the counties.
The new numbers followed a general geographical pattern from north to south - 1-12 in northern New Jersey, 21-28 roughly radiating from Newark, 29-37 from Trenton, 38-47 from Camden, and 48-50 in southern New Jersey.
The majority of new numbers assigned since the 1953 renumbering have been from 166 to 185, with some short routes instead receiving numbers based on their parents (for instance, an old section of U.S. Route 9 became Route 109).
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