New Hope-Lambertville Route 202 Toll Bridge
The New Hope-Lambertville Toll Bridge actually bypasses New Hope and Lambertville, carrying U.S. Route 202 over the Delaware River between Solebury Township, Pa., and Delaware Township, N.J. The bridge is a 1,682-foot, 10-span steel two-girder structure with a reinforced concrete deck. The substructure units are made of reinforced concrete; the piers are stone faced. The Commission's jurisdiction also includes loop-ramp interchanges with overpasses provided at Route 29 in New Jersey and Route 32 in Pennsylvania. The one-way toll plaza (southbound lanes) is on the Pennsylvania side and consists of four lanes.
NO CAUSE FOR ALARM! - THERE'S AN EXPLANATION FOR MISSING HISTORICAL MARKERS AT CENTRE BRIDGE-STOCKTON BRIDGE