The physical office of the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission may be closed due to a wider closure of State of New Jersey government offices, but WE WILL REMAIN OPERATIVE via phone and e-mail. During this uncertain time, please reach out to us via our e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and staff members will respond either by e-mail or phone, as required. If your business or livelihood is being impacted by the COVID-19/Novel Coronavirus outbreak, please visit the following web site: cv.business.nj.gov
New Jersey has one of the most modern and extensive road systems in the nation, making your travel between destination points quick and convenient.
THE NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE runs northeast to southwest through the state, between the George Washington Bridge and the Delaware Memorial Bridge.
It is open to commercial traffic. For more information about the Turnpike, contact:
New Jersey Turnpike Authority
New Brunswick, NJ 08903
THE GARDEN STATE PARKWAY runs north to south through the state near its eastern border. The Parkway provides access to the New Jersey
Shore and Cape May. Commercial traffic is prohibited on the Parkway north of Exit 105, although special permits can be issued. For more information about the Parkway, contact:
New Jersey Highway Authority
Woodbridge, NJ 07095
908-727-5929 (traffic conditions)
THE ATLANTIC CITY EXPRESSWAY crosses southern New Jersey, providing easy access between Atlantic City and Philadelphia. It is open to
commercial traffic. For more information about the Expressway, contact:
N.J. Expressway Authority
P.O. Box 351
Hammonton, NJ 08037
All state highways fall under the jurisdiction of the New Jersey Department of Transportation. The D.O.T is headquartered in Trenton,
although regional offices oversee specific highways.
New Jersey Department of Transportation
1035 Parkway Avenue
Trenton, NJ 08625
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