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4 Moore Rd. Cape May Court House, NJ 08210


Phone (609) 465-7806  Fax (609) 465-1418 
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Patrick Rosenello, Chairman; Carol Brand, Vice-Chairman; Maryanne K. Murphy, Secretary/Treasurer;  Karen Coughlin, Executive Director; Robert S. Sandman, Counsel

 
   

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The Cape May County Bridge Commission was created by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Cape May pursuant to N.J.S.A. 27 19-26.

The bridge commission is responsible for 5 toll bridges on Ocean Drive from Cape May to Ocean City within the county.

Ocean Drive begins in Cape May Point, and its southern terminus is split among two separate roads. One branch of Ocean Drive begins on Sunset Boulevard (County Route 606) at its dead end and travels for 0.5 miles. The second branch of Ocean Drive begins on Cape Avenue (County Route 651) at Lincoln Avenue, and travels for 0.7 miles. The two branches meet at an intersection, and Ocean Drive continues along CR 606 into the City of Cape May. At the end of CR 606, Ocean Drive turns south along Broadway (CR 626), then heads east along Beach Avenue (CR 604). Ocean Drive travels along the coast to Pittsburg Avenue (CR 622), and heads north along to CR 622 to its terminus at Lafayette Street (NJ 109), and continues north again.[3][4]

It crosses the Cape May Canal into Lower Township and makes a right turn onto County Route 621. It then crosses over the Middle Thorofare Bridge (toll) and continues north into Wildwood Crest. Ocean Drive follows CR 621 through the length of The Wildwoods, passing through Wildwood Crest, Wildwood (where it intersects New Jersey Route 47), and finally continuing into North Wildwood. In North Wildwood, CR 621 ends and Ocean Drive follows New Jersey Route 147 into Middle Township.[3][4]

It then turns right onto County Route 619 and crosses over the Grassy Sound Bridge (toll) and then the Stone Harbor Bridge into Stone Harbor. Ocean Drive follows CR 619 north through Stone Harbor's 3rd Avenue and into Avalon on Ocean Drive (at 80th St. 3rd Avenue Turns Into Ocean Drive). It then crosses over the Townsends Inlet Bridge (toll) and continues north through Sea Isle City. It then heads through the Strathmere section of Upper Township before crossing the Corson's Inlet Bridge (toll) into Ocean City.[3][4]

 

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KEY VENDORS AND SUPPLIERS FOR THE CMC BRIDGE COMMISSION

The listed vendors/suppliers have provided the Cape May County Bridge Commission with goods and/or services valued in excess of $17,500 for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2013: 1. State of NJ...

COMMISSION BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE

Complete audits, budgets and the most current minutes and resolutions of the Cape May County Bridge Commission are available on our website. You can view and download these reports by clicking on the...

SAVE MONEY WITH OUR BRIDGE TICKET BOOKS!

Discount 50 trip ticket books cost $60 and 25 trip books cost $30 (passenger cars and light trucks only) and may be purchased at all Commission Bridges as well as the main office located at 4 Moore Rd ...

BRIDGE COMMISSION MEETING DECEMBER 18, 2014 2:30PM

The regular meeting of the members of the Cape May County Bridge Commission will be held on Thursday September 18, 2014 at 2:30PM in the County Administration Building, 4 Moore Road, Cape May Court Ho...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 



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