What is a New Jersey Turnpike drink?

The New Jersey Turnpike is a legendary drink typically reserved for a person on the losing side of a bet. The drink calls for the server to ring out the mat found on the floor of a bar into a shot glass. Then, the liquid drippings found on a nearby bar rag are squeezed into the glass to complete the cocktail.

How many exits are on the New Jersey Turnpike?

The Parkway maintains a total of 365 exits and entrances. Tolls are collected at 49 locations, including 11 plazas on the main roadway and 38 on entrance or exit ramps.

Why is the New Jersey Turnpike famous?

The Jersey Turnpike is also the most heavily traveled toll road in the nation. It balloons from 12 lanes north of Exit 8A—six lanes for cars only, and six lanes for cars and trucks—to 18 lanes between Exits 14 and 15E.

What is Exit 7 on the NJ Turnpike?

NJ Turnpike at Exit 7 - Intersection in Bordentown.

Why is the NJ Turnpike so bad?

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority recently passed the most extensive road widening project this stretch of highway has seen in decades. ... According to the critics, this is because widening the highway simply relocates the position of bottlenecks and results in clogging up the roads into which the highway feeds.

What is the bar mat shot called?

The Bar Mat Shot goes by many names. Depending on which part of the country you're in, it can be called a Gorilla Fart, Mat Damon, Sweaty Bartender, Grey Snail, Dirty Cow, Sweaty Biker or, if you're in Philadelphia, a Jersey Turnpike.

How long is Jersey Turnpike?

197 km

What exits are the rest stops on the NJ Turnpike?

Every Rest Stop on the New Jersey Turnpike, Ranked

5. Walt Whitman.

Vince Lombardi. 

Clara Barton. 

Richard Stockton. Southbound, mile marker 59. 

Thomas Edison. Southbound, mile marker 93. 

John Fenwick. Northbound, mile marker 6. 

Joyce Kilmer. Northbound, mile marker 78. .

Alexander Hamilton. Southbound, mile marker 112. 

Are I 95 and NJ Turnpike the same?

I-95 is a main interstate that runs along the east coast from Florida to Maine. In New Jersey, it follows the New Jersey Turnpike, which is the state's main toll highway. ... The mainline of the turnpike runs north toward New York City, carrying the I-95 designation from that point north.