What Does a Map of Towns in NJ Have Listed on It?

A map of towns in New Jersey, such as the one found at Geology.com, typically lists information such as the town names, state capital, highways, state borders, toll roads, a map legend and the scale. Other information on a New Jersey map may include icons indicating major versus minor towns, names of bodies of water and the railway lines.

New Jersey is located on the East Coast of the United States and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware. The capital is Trenton, which is located in the central part of the state along the border of Pennsylvania. On a map of towns, Trenton's location may be indicated by a star, as shown on the Geology.com map.

New Jersey has several toll roads, such as Interstate 95, which can be seen running from the northeast to the southwest regions of the state. Newark, Paterson and Jersey City, located near the border with New York, are three major towns in New Jersey. Other towns that can be seen on the map include Asbury Park, Red Bank, Atlantic City, Cape May, Perth Amboy, Ocean City, Camden and New Brunswick. Highways depicted on the map can include Interstate 80, Interstate 295, U.S. Highway 322 and U.S. Highway 9.