New Jersey Atlantic City Expressway highway marker



The Atlantic City Expressway was built between 1962 and 1965. It was the last of the three major named toll roads built in New Jersey, after the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway. It connects the Delaware Valley (including Philadelphia and Camden) to the coastal resort town of Atlantic City. The highway is marked along its entire length with distinctive circular route markers. These markers feature the name of the highway on encircling a life preserver. Inside it is a red flag waving in the ocean breeze.

We recreated our Atlantic City Expressway sign to the exact state standard used from 1964 to the present day. It’s perfect for any collector of New Jersey travel memorabilia, to complement a marine interior-design theme, or for anyone who just wants to relive summer vacations past.

Our Atlantic City Expressway signs are printed on heavy steel circular blanks. They come in your choice of 16, 24, or 36-inch diameter. We’ve included two pre-drilled mounting holes for your convenience. This sign is non-reflective, perfect for indoor or outdoor display. If you’d like a sign in a size not listed, or any other sort of modification, contact Jake and he can customize this sign any way you like.

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12 in., 16 in., 24 in., 36 in.


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