Interstate I-80 New Jersey Rest Area Stops

The current section of I-80 in New Jersey is one of the oldest sections of the highway. It was built between 1936 and 1939 as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal project for public works projects during the Great Depression. It was designed with two lanes each way and was built along a former railroad right-of-way that was abandoned after World War II ended in 1945. The original road included bridges over major rivers such as the Raritan River, Delaware River, Maurice River, Passaic River, Hackensack River and Newark Bay Brook.

Interstate I-80 NJ Rest Areas

Pennsylvania - New Jersey State Line

Interstate I-80 Bidirectional (Mile Marker 1)
Dunnfield Creek Rest Area Wayside
Interstate I-80 Eastbound (Miler Marker 7)
Knowlton Visitor Information Center
Interstate I-80 Eastbound (Mile Marker 21)
Wayside Rest Area
Interstate I-80 Westbound (Mile Marker 21)
Wayside Rest Area
Interstate I-80 Eastbound (Mile Marker 32)
Wayside Rest Area – CLOSED
Interstate I-80 Westbound (Mile Marker 32)
Wayside Rest Area

I-287 Interchange