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Specifically, starting in Mansfield Township (going north), the Turnpike has a total of 12 lanes, 6 in each direction (3-3-3-3). 46), Interstate 80 (I-80), and the Lincoln Tunnel is routed via the Eastern Spur.From Woodbridge Township to Newark, High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes exist on the outer roadway (outer truck lanes), thereby making it 7 lanes in each direction (4-3-3-4). The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), which calls every class of highway Route, calls the Western Spur Route 95W.

The Interstate Highway System took some of its design guidelines by copying the Turnpike's design guidelines.The Turnpike officially ends at US 9W (exit 72), with the final approaches to the George Washington Bridge along I-95 maintained by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. It connects Newark with Lower Manhattan via the Holland Tunnel in Jersey City and intersects the mainline near Newark Liberty International Airport. It was formerly designated as Route 700P, but is currently designated I-95 in anticipation of the completion of the Pennsylvania Turnpike/Interstate 95 Interchange Project in 2018. This section of the road travels past the interchange for I-80 and through a cut in the Hudson Palisades at GWB Plaza.This extension contains three exits (exits 14A, 14B, and 14C) and due to its design (four lanes with a shoulderless Jersey barrier divider), it has a 50 mph (80 km/h) speed limit. This portion of the Turnpike is also "dual-dual", split into local and express lanes, as it approaches the George Washington Bridge.The New Jersey Turnpike is a closed-system toll road, using a system of long-distance tickets, obtained once by a motorist upon entering and surrendered upon exiting at toll gates. The toll fee depends on the distance traveled between entrance and exit, and longer distances result in higher tolls.As of 2013, the automobile toll from exit 1 to exit 18 is $13.85.Having a total length of 122.40 mi (196.98 km), the Turnpike's southern terminus begins at Interstate 295 (I-295) near the border of Pennsville and Carneys Point Townships in Salem County, one mile east of the Delaware Memorial Bridge.

Its northern terminus is located at the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, Bergen County.

There are two extensions and two spurs, including the Newark Bay Extension at exit 14, which carries I-78; the Pennsylvania Turnpike Extension (officially the Pearl Harbor Memorial Turnpike Extension) at exit 6; and the Eastern Spur and the Western Spur at the turnpike's northernmost end.

The route divides into four roadways between exit 6 and exit 14, with the inner lanes restricted to carrying only cars, and with the outer lanes for cars, trucks and buses.

Discounts were available to all users of the E-ZPass system until 2002.

Since then, the costly implementation of the E-ZPass system forced the Turnpike Authority to eliminate the discounts during peak hours, and instead impose a $1 per month E-ZPass fee to their account holders.

The HOV lanes are in effect on weekdays, from a.m.– a.m. southbound (at times, the Turnpike Authority might suspend the HOV restrictions entirely during peak hours in case of unusual conditions). The complex series of roadways and ramps linking the car/truck lanes, the two spurs, as well as traffic heading to and from both exit 14 and the Newark Bay Extension is referred to by the Turnpike Authority as the "Southern Mixing Bowl".