The Black Horse Pike heads south from U. S. Route 130 in Camden as a four-lane, divided highway comprising New Jersey Route 168, which continues north of US 130 on Mt. Ephraim Avenue. It heads south and interchanges New Jersey Route 76C, which heads west and provides access to Interstate 76 and the Walt Whitman Bridge. It passes through Haddon Township with many jughandles at intersections. It then passes through Mt. Ephraim, where the road was restriped in the late 1990s reducing it from 4 lanes to 2, and enters Bellmawr, where it interchanges with Exit 28 of Interstate 295 and Exit 3 of the New Jersey Turnpike. It then enters Runnemede, where it crosses New Jersey Route 41 and County Route 544. It then heads into Gloucester Township and interchanges with New Jersey Route 42. It continues south, passing through Blackwood, where it intersects County Route 534, and then widens back into a four-lane, divided highway. It then heads toward the southern terminus of the North–South Freeway (Route 42) and the western terminus of the Atlantic City Expressway, where Route 168 ends and the Black Horse Pike becomes Route 42.
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