Jon Bon Jovi and Whitney Houston are among a handful of famous New Jersey natives who are getting rest stops dedicated to them on the Garden State Parkway.
The others include Frank Sinatra, James Gandolfini, Connie Chung, Judy Blume, and Toni Morrison.
Each star will have an exhibit at his or her designated rest stop, courtesy of the New Jersey Hall of Fame.
So you're probably wondering why Bruce Springsteen isn't among the honorees. A spokeswoman for the Hall says he, quote, "respectfully declined" to have a service area named after him.
But she added, quote, "It should be noted, though, that Bruce has been very supportive of the New Jersey Hall of Fame over the years, and is very much a part of the fabric of the Hall."