Van Wyck Expressway, Whitestone Expressway, Whitestone Bridge
Northbound Views
Exit 2 is for Rockaway Boulevard.
Photos taken April 2020.
Exit 3 is for Linden Boulevard.
Photos taken April 2020.
Exit 4 is for Liberty Avenue.
Photos taken April 2020.
Exit 5 is for Atlantic Avenue.
Photos taken April 2020.
The AirTrain splits off to the east toward the Jamaica train station. Exit 6 is for Jamaica Avenue and Hillside Avenue.
Photos taken April 2020.
Exit 8 is for Main Street and Union Turnpike.
Photos taken April 2020.
Exit 9 is for Queens Boulevard (NY 25) west.
Photos taken April 2020.
Exit 10 is for the Grand Central Parkway.
Photos taken April 2020.
Exit 11 is for 69 Road, Jewel Avenue, and Harry Van Arsdale Jr. Avenue.
Photos taken April 2020.
Exits 12A-B are for the Long Island Expressway (I-495) and College Point Boulevard.
Photos taken April 2020.
Exit 13 is for Northern Boulevard (NY 25A) and Astoria Boulevard. There is also access to the Grand Central Parkway, although there is no signage to indicate so. The Van Wyck Expressway ends here. I-678 continues straight ahead as the Whitestone Expressway.
Photos taken May 2012.
Exit 14 is for Linden Place.
Photos taken May 2016.
Exit 15 is for 20 Avenue.
Photos taken 2013-2014.
Exit 16 is for the Cross Island Parkway, which begins here at the Whitestone Expressway just south of the Whitestone Bridge.
Photos taken December 2013.
Exit 17 is for 3 Avenue.
Photos taken May 2016.
The Whitestone Bridge crosses the East River from Queens to the Bronx.
Photos taken December 2019.
There is a cashless tolling gantry after the bridge.
Photos taken December 2019.
Exit 18 is for Lafayette Avenue.
Photos taken December 2019.
I-678 ends here at a very large interchange called the Bruckner Interchange. Exit 19N is for the Bruckner Expressway (I-95) north. Exit 19S is for the Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95) south. Exit 19W is for the Bruckner Expressway (I-278) west. All trucks must use one of these three exits. Continue straight ahead for the Hutchinson Parkway, which is not open to trucks. In addition to I-678, I-95, I-278, and the Hutchinson Parkway, a fifth highway, I-295, is part of this interchange, but it is not possible to access it from I-678.
Photos taken December 2019.

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