It is summer at the Jersey Shore, a huge time of year here in the Garden State. Millions visit the state during summer and tourism is huge for New Jersey. Many will tell you we have the best beaches and beach towns on the East Coast, I would agree. Our beaches are fantastic and no one can replicate the "Jersey Shore Boardwalk".

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This being said, with all this tourism during summer, there is traffic! So in this article, I want to find out what YOU think and what really is the busiest highway during summer here in Ocean County.

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We want to ask YOU which highway here in Ocean County is the busiest during the summer? The Garden State Parkway, could it be Route 9...which is always a busy ride year-round? How about Route 35 through Shore towns? Route 70? Could it be Route 88 through Brick and Point Pleasant? Route 37 heading to Seaside Heights? or Route 72 heading to Long Beach Island? Which roadway would you pick?

Take a moment to cast your vote below for the busiest "summertime" highway here in Ocean County, if you think we forgot a roadway that you would add please let us know :)

Be safe out there this summer and drive safely and we hope you don't spend too much time in traffic this summer.

 

 

 

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