New York Thruway, Cross Westchester Expressway

Eastbound Views

Welcome to New York! I-287 enters the state multiplexed with NJ 17, which becomes NY 17 at the state line. The roadway splits. Bear right to stay on I-287, which is multiplexed with I-87 along the New York Thruway south. Bear right for to stay for the Thruway north and NY 17 north.
Photos taken September 2014.
I-287 is multiplexed with I-87 south along the New York Thruway through Rockland County and across the Tappan Zee Bridge over the Hudson River to Westchester County.
On the other side of the bridge, the two routes split. The New York Thruway (I-87) curves south toward New York City, while I-287 continues east as the Cross Westchester Expressway. Exit 3 is for the Sprain Parkway south.
Photos taken April 2017.
Exit 4 is for Knollwood Road (NY 100A).
Photos taken April 2017.
Exit 5 is for Tarrytown Road (NY 100/NY 119).
Photos taken March 2007.
Exit 6 is for North Broadway (NY 22).
Photos taken March 2007.
Exit 8W is for Bloomingdale Road, Westchester Mall Place, and North Street (NY 127). Exit 8E is for Westchester Avenue (CR 62).
Photos taken March 2007.
Exit 9A is for I-684.
Photos taken March 2007.
Exits 9S-N are for the Hutchinson Parkway.
Photos taken March 2007.
Exit 10 is for Purchase Street (NY 120) and Westchester Avenue (NY 120A).
Photos taken June 2018.
I-287 ends here. Exit 11 is for Boston Post Road (US 1). Exit 12 is for the New England Thruway (I-95) south. After exit 12, I-287 becomes a ramp to the New England Thruway (I-95) north. The ramp merges into I-95 just before the Connecticut border, where it becomes the Connecticut Turnpike.
Photos taken June 2018.

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