End of US highway 206

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Photo credits: Chris Elbert
Additional research: Nathan Perry

Approx. time period North terminus South terminus
1934-present Milford, PA Hammonton, NJ

US 206 was commissioned in 1934, and it has run between Milford and Hammonton ever since. You can view photos from Milford on this page.


The south end of US 206 is at its junction with US 30 (or White Horse Pike) in Hammonton. It comes in on Trenton Road and aligns with 12th Street (NJ hwy. 54) at US 30. Below is the signage approaching the terminus:

Elbert, July 2006

The road continues past US 30, but south of that point it's designated NJ 54. The photo below was taken from westbound US 30:

Elbert, July 2006

The south beginning of US 206 is to the right. It's a little more complicated from eastbound US 30, because no turns are allowed at the intersection. Instead, US 206 traffic is directed to the south, along with NJ 54:

Elbert, July 2006

Then you make a left turn onto northbound NJ 54...

Elbert, July 2006

...which ends just ahead at US 30, and straight ahead begins US 206:

Elbert, July 2006

A confirming assembly is not posted until you've continued about two miles north:

Elbert, July 2006