Virtual Time Capsule

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1964 & 1965 Annual Reports

1964 and 1965 Annual Reports for the New Jersey Expressway Authority provide detailed construction and financial information for some of the very first of many accomplishments over the storied history of the Atlantic City Expressway. Among the most notable, in 1964, on Friday, July 31st, at noon and after appropriate and fitting ceremonies, the Expressway was opened to traffic from its westerly terminus at the North-South Freeway at Turnersville to the Garden State Parkway near Pleasantville, a distance of approximately 38 miles of the 44 mile Expressway project. In 1965, the remaining portion of the roadway opens to traffic.

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Atlantic City Skyline 1964 & 2014

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1960’s Expressway Token

AC Token issued in the late 1960’s. Token were used in Pleasantville because there were no automatic coin machines until the early 1980’s.


Atlantic City Expressway Survey Markers (Monuments)

Survey Markers line the boundaries of the Expressway Right-of-Way.

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Regional Economic Impacts Analysis of the Atlantic City Expressway: 1964-2014


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E-ZPass Transponder

Transponder 022000000040 was included in the first group of transponders issued to NJ. This transponder was used before the consortium back office as set up. November 11, 1998. Transponder communicates with reader equipment built into lane-based or open-road toll collections lanes by reflecting back a unique radio signature.


Enabling Legislation

An Act creating the South Jersey Transportation Authority as the successor to the New Jersey Expressway Authority and the Atlantic County Transportation Authority, to acquire, construct, maintain, operate and support expressway and transportation projects, transferring the Atlantic City Expressway to the South Jersey Transportation Authority.

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AC Expressway Wildflowers

Wildflowers are maintained within the roadway median and shoulder areas during the spring, summer and fall. In addition to the beauty, the wildflowers provide other benefits in reducing the need to mow the grass, and less mowing means less use of fossil fuels. ACE's Wildflower areas are seeded with a mix of Cosmos pinks with a scattering of whites and reds.


Photo Albums

View Our Employee and Vintage Expressway Photos!

Employee Photos

Atlantic City Expressway Photos


Atlantic City – Brigantine Connector

The 2001 Atlantic City Expressway Connector Opening keychain was in commemoration of the grand opening of the Atlantic City – Brigantine Connector. This portion of roadway was initially planned in 1995 to provide a direct connection between the Atlantic City Expressway and the Brigantine area. Construction of the road was complete in 2001 at a total cost of $330 million (Equivalent to $440 million in 2014).


E-ZPass Lapel Pin

E-ZPass Pin issued in 2006 to all members of E-ZPass Group Members.


40th Anniversary Commemorative Key Chain

Commemorative key chain issued for the 40th anniversary of the Atlantic City Expressway.

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Missed the toll?

Don't despair. At SJTA we know how difficult and confusing it can be at times to change lanes during periods of heavy traffic. [ More ]


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