Tri-State Regional Planning Commission. 1975. ^ Jeffrey Page (February 2, 1995). «ROUTE 208 SIGNAL TURNED OFF» (Fee required). The Record. The route runs through the communities of Fair Lawn, Glen Rock, Hawthorne, Wyckoff, and Franklin Lakes along the way, interchanging with County Route 507 (CR 507) in Fair Lawn and CR 502 in Franklin Lakes. These bridges facilitate travel in two directions: across to the other side of the chasm, or down to the river which flows underneath. New Jersey Department of Transportation. 1970. ^ Maintaining Mobility. Retrieved 2012-04-24. ^ Barlas, Thomas (February 28, 2007). «Last call for N.J.’s roadside call boxes». The Press of Atlantic City.
Retrieved 2008-10-08. ^ «1953 renumbering». New Jersey Department of Highways. Google. Retrieved 2009-08-25. ^ State of New Jersey, Laws of 1929, Chapter 126. ^ State of New Jersey, Laws of 1927, Chapter 319. ^ 1927 New Jersey Road Map (Map). State of New Jersey. Retrieved 2007-03-19. ^ a b c d e f g h i Google (2009-08-25). «overview of New Jersey Route 208» (Map). Google Maps. The route runs through suburban areas of Bergen and Passaic counties as four- to six-lane divided highway. It is constructed like a freeway, as intersections with cross roads are controlled by interchanges, but is not a controlled access road as several driveways exist. Paying more is entirely avoidable, as there’s no extra charge for customers who use Ventra. Contents Route description The route starts out from the west, by exiting Mt. Coronet. It then makes its way east, to a series of bridges which pass over a chasm.
Route 208 is a state highway in the northern part of New Jersey in the United States. It runs 10.07 miles (16.21 km) from an interchange with Route 4 and County Route 79 (Saddle River Road) in Fair Lawn northwest to an interchange with Interstate 287 (I-287) in Oakland. After I-287 was extended from Montville to the New York border in 1993, it took over the alignment of Route 208 between US 202 and the route’s current northern terminus. List Price** List Prices are not a reflection of the actual product Street Price. New Jersey Department of Transportation. 1967. ^ Route 208 Freeway Location Report. State Farm Insurance. 1983. ^ a b New Jersey Highway Facts.