The Frank S. Farley Service Plaza is the only rest stop between Philadelphia and Atlantic City offering food, restroom facilities, and full service gasoline to all travelers.
These two 8′ x 16′ signs are at exit points in each direction which ensures every car coming and going will have a direct view of signage.
Located within a 30 mile stretch of highway with no billboards as it’s within the Pinelands National Reserve.
Offers Burger King, Starbucks and travel related services within and a 7/11 by the Sunoco gas station year round, and offers “Ron’s Garden Center” in the summer months offering local flowers, plants, produce, and specialty foods.
This important roadway serves as the primary highway for people traveling to and from the Atlantic City Region. 44 miles long, the Atlantic City Expressway provides motorists easy access through Atlantic, Gloucester and Camden Counties. To the East, the Expressway is anchored by Atlantic City and to the West, Route 42, which is about 10 miles east of Philadelphia. The Expressway is also the direct road from the greater Philadelphia area to all South Jersey shore communities and connects motorists to the highly traveled Garden State Parkway.
*Source: South Jersey Transportation Comprehensive 2019 Annual Report. Approximately over 54 million toll paying cars, 1.39 people per car, over 75 million people.