Broadway, Broad Hollow Road, Walt Whitman Road, New York Avenue

Northbound Views

NY 110 begins at Merrick Road (NY 27A) in Amityville. The first section is known as Broadway and is a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is a traffic light at Oak Street (CR 12). Turn right to go east or left to go west. There is no county route signage at this intersection.
Photos taken October 2019.
Broadway widens to four lanes and passes under the Babylon Branch of the Long Island Rail Road.
Photos taken October 2019.
Dixon Avenue (CR 2) begins on the right at a traffic light. Once again, there is no county route signage.
Photo taken October 2019.
Broadway becomes a divided highway. There is a grade-separated interchange with Sunrise Highway (NY 27).
Photos taken October 2019.
Broadway runs north as a four-lane divided road.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is an interchange with the Southern Parkway.
Photos taken October 2019.
North of the parkway, NY 110 has six lanes and is called Broad Hollow Road. There is a traffic light at CR 47. Turn left onto Main Street to go north. Turn right onto Great Neck Road to go south. This time, there actually is county route signage.
Photos taken October 2019.
Oops! NY 110 is erroneously signed as US 110 here. Broad Hollow Road continues north through Farmingdale.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is a grade-separated interchange with NY 109.
Photos taken October 2019.
Republic Airport is on the right along this stretch.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is a traffic light at Conklin Street (NY 24).
Photos taken October 2019.
Broad Hollow Road continues north from Farmingdale to Melville. It passes under the Main Line of the Long Island Rail Road. There are traffic lights at Melville Road, Milbar Boulevard, Walt Whitman Road, and Duryea Road. There are a number of reassurance shields along this stretch, including another erroneous US 110 shield.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is an interchange with the Long Island Expressway (I-495).
Photos taken October 2019.
Broad Hollow Road continues north through Melville.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is a traffic light at Pinelawn Road (CR 3). Turn left to go north or right to go south. Sweet Hollow Road begins one block to the left at the northern terminus of Pinelawn Road (CR 3). The signage here is a little misleading because it makes it look like Sweet Hollow Road begins at this traffic light.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is an uncontrolled intersection at Arlington Street, followed by a traffic light at Old Country Road.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is an interchange with the Northern Parkway.
Photos taken October 2019.
After a short distance, there is a traffic light at Jericho Turnpike (NY 25).
Photos taken January 2004.
The road narrows down to two lanes and runs north to Main Street (NY 25A) in Huntington.
Photos taken January 2004.
New York Avenue continues north through Huntington as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken December 2008.
There is a traffic circle at Park Avenue (CR 35) and Creek Road.
Photos taken August 2018.
CR 35 is multiplexed with NY 110 along New York Avenue for one block.
Photos taken August 2018.
There is another traffic circle at Grist Mill Lane and Mill Dam Road (CR 35). The two routes split here.
Photos taken August 2018.
New York Avenue continues north for a short distance.
Photos taken 2008-2018.
NY 110 ends at this flashing yellow traffic light. East Shore Road is straight ahead. Youngs Hill Road is to the right.
Photos taken December 2008.

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