Francis Lewis Boulevard

Southbound Views

Francis Lewis Boulevard begins at the Cross Island Parkway near the Whitestone Bridge (I-678). It runs south through Queens as a four-lane divided road. There is an oversized street name sign at Willets Point Boulevard.
Photos taken May 2008.
Skipping a couple of miles, Francis Lewis Boulevard runs south as a six-lane divided road. There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at 73 Avenue.
Photos taken November 2016.
There is an overpass carrying the Long Island Motor Parkway over Francis Lewis Boulevard. The section of the Motor Parkway here is now a bike path.
Photo taken November 2016.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at Union Turnpike.
Photos taken November 2016.
There is an interchange with the Grand Central Parkway.
Photos taken November 2016.
South of the parkway, Francis Lewis Boulevard is a four-lane divided road.
Photos taken November 2016.
There is a traffic light at Hillside Avenue (NY 25). Turn left to go east or right to go west. There is an oversized street name sign here, just a couple of small green signs in advance of the intersection.
Photos taken November 2016.
Francis Lewis Boulevard continues to the south.
Photos taken November 2016.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at Jamaica Avenue.
Photo taken November 2016.
An overpass carries the Main Line of the Long Island Rail Road over Francis Lewis Boulevard.
Photo taken November 2016.
Francis Lewis Boulevard continues to the south. There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at Hollis Avenue.
Photos taken November 2016.

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