The 5 Boring Roads in Ocean County, NJ; Do you agree?
Sitting around the table with my friends, “Let’s talk about the boring roads in Ocean County.”
It’s that road that every time you drive, you roll your eyes. And of course saying, “This road is so boring.” WOW, I opened a giant worm box. You mention different roads in Ocean County, which roads you and your friends travel the most, which is the most boring – there is an opinion for each road.
My only friend won’t even drive on the Garden State Parkway…What? It’s true, she hates it. Me, personally I like it until I see motorcycles flying next to me. This is what really scares me while driving on the promenade.
My friend’s husband, playing UNO, says he can’t stand Rt. 9. When it says Rt. 9 it means Rt. 9 across Toms River and Lakewood. I agree there is a lot of traffic on Rt. 9 and it would be nice if they could extend it two lanes each way. Rt. 9 via Beachwood, Bayville, Pine Beach would be great if they could extend that to two lanes. There is still just as much traffic in both directions, especially after 2pm.
Another friend said without hesitation, Rt. 88 in brick. There is another road that needs another lane. I find it is so much busier in the summer on the way to Pt. Pleasant Beach. But, when it comes to driving, I usually never drive it and hear it’s crazy around 4pm during the week.
Since we are in The Brick, Rt. 70 was another of my girlfriend’s most boring roads in Ocean County. This road is boring, albeit two lanes for the most part. It’s always a busy road no matter when we drive it. It could be early in the morning or late at night and there would always be a traffic jam at a traffic light.
At this point we have stopped playing the game, and Hooper Avenue was brought up. Hooper was brought up because of all the lights. But, we could say the same about Rt. 37, but more boring with my friends is Hooper for some reason.
What’s the most boring road in Ocean County?
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