An interactive map of the New Jersey Turnpike that includes service areas, interchanges and commuter lots is available online through the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. As of 2015, the New Jersey turnpike has 41 exits and is 122.40 miles long.
The turnpike has 12 rest areas and nine service areas. Service areas typically host gas stations, restrooms and restaurants for commuters. The New Jersey Turnpike is a toll road for which drivers can pay in cash and via an E-Z Pass.
The Turnpike's southern terminal is located one mile east of the Delaware Memorial bridge. Its northern terminal is in Fort Lee, New Jersey. The New Jersey Turnpike is the sixth busiest toll road in the United States and one of the most heavily used highways in the United States, as of 2015.