(State map showing highways, railways, topography, forests, recreational areas, and historic and other points of interest, inside back cover. Map showing tour routes, on end papers.)
Railroads:Pennsylvania (Pennsy) ; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western (Lackawanna); Central Railroad of New Jersey (Jersey Central) ; Erie; Lehigh Valley; West Shore; Baltimore and Ohio (B & O); and Reading serve important points. Hudson and Manhattan R.R. (the Tubes) between Newark, Jersey City, Hoboken, and New York.
Bus Lines: Interstate: Greyhound, Public Service, Pan-American, Martz, Safeway Trailways, Golden Arrow, Champlain, Edwards, De Camp, Garden State, Jersey Central-Reading Transportation, and others. Intrastate: Public Service and many small independent lines connecting principal towns and cities.
Steamship Lines: Jersey City: Dollar Line, "Round the World"; American Export, to Mediterranean ports; American-Scantic Lines, to Scandinavia, Poland, Russia; Moormack, to South America. Hoboken: GdyniaAmerican, to Poland, Denmark, West Indies, Bermuda; Holland-America, to Europe, Cuba, Mexico; Cosulich, to Mediterranean and Adriatic ports; Red Star, to Belgium; Lamport and Holt, to South America.
Airlines: Newark: terminal of Transcontinental & Western Air, United Airlines, Eastern Airlines, and American Airlines. Camden: airport for Philadelphia, terminal of United Airlines (western route), Transcontinental & Western Air, Eastern Airlines, and American Airlines.
Highways: Ten Federal highways, including US 1 from Canada to Miami and US 30 from Atlantic City to Astoria, Ore. All State and U. S. routes patrolled by State police. Gasoline tax 4¢
Traffic Regulations: Speed Limits: 40 m.p.h. on open highway, 15 approaching intersections; 20 in residential and business districts; unless posted otherwise, 15 in town and city districts not controlled by lights or traffic officers; 10 in all school or other restricted districts. General Rules of the Road: Driver approaching intersection from right has right-of-way.