The Saw Mill Parkway is a major north/south parkway in Westchester County. The Henry Hudson Parkway changes names to become the Saw Mill Parkway at the Bronx-Westchester border. In the southern portion of Westchester, the Saw Mill Parkway runs parallel to and just west of the New York Thruway (I-87). In Irvington, it crosses the Thruway. It continues to Elmsford, where it has an interchange with the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287). North of here, the Saw Mill Parkway runs diagonally to the northeast. There is a major interchange with the Taconic Parkway in Hawthorne, just north of the northern terminus of the Sprain Parkway. The Saw Mill Parkway ends at I-684 in Bedford, where there is also access to Cross River Road (NY 35). While most exits on the Saw Mill Parkway are grade-separated interchanges, there are some that have traffic lights. The parkway's full name is the Saw Mill River Parkway, because it runs near the Saw Mill River for much of its length.
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