Carman Mill Road, Merrick Road, Montauk Highway

Eastbound Views

NY 27A begins at Sunrise Highway (NY 27) in Massapequa. Immediately, there is a traffic light at Carman Mill Road. Turn right to stay on NY 27A. Old Sunrise Highway is straight ahead.
Photos taken November 2016.
Carman Mill Road runs south as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken November 2016.
Carman Mill Road ends at a traffic light at Merrick Road (CR 27). Turn left to stay on NY 27A.
Photo taken November 2016.
The section of Merrick Road between Carman Mill Road and the Nassau-Suffolk county line is designated NY 27A. It is locally maintained by Nassau County and also carries the designation of CR 27.
Photos taken November 2016.
At the Nassau-Suffolk county line, there is an intersection with County Line Road (Suffolk CR 1), which begins here. Nassau CR 27 ends at this point.
Photos taken November 2016.
Merrick Road runs through Amityville as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken July 2004.
Merrick Road intersects NY 110 at its southern terminus.
Photo taken July 2004.
Leaving Amityville, Merrick Road changes names to become Montauk Highway.
Photos taken July 2004.
There is an intersection with Great Neck Road (CR 47).
Photos taken July 2004.
Montauk Highway continues to the east as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken July 2004.
Skipping a few miles to West Babylon, Montauk Highway runs east as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken November 2016.
Little East Neck Road (NY 109) begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photo taken November 2016.
Skipping a short distance to the east, Montauk Highway widens to become a four-lane divided road. The Babylon-Northport Expressway (NY 231) begins on the left.
Photos taken August 2008.
After the interchange with NY 231, the divider ends and Montauk Highway narrows down to two lanes.
Photos taken October 2015.
There is an interchange with the Robert Moses Causeway.
Photos taken October 2015.
Montauk Highway continues east as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken April 2018.
Welcome to West Bay Shore!
Photos taken April 2018.
Welcome to the Village of Brightwaters!
Photos taken April 2018.
The section of Montauk Highway in Bay Shore is known as Main Street. Fifth Avenue (CR 13) begins on the left at a traffic light, but there is no route signage.
Photos taken April 2018.
Montauk Highway continues east from Bay Shore to Islip.
Photos taken April 2018.
Islip Avenue (NY 111) begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken April 2018.
Montauk Highway continues east through Islip.
Photos taken April 2018.
Welcome to East Islip!
Photos taken April 2018.
Carleton Avenue (CR 17) begins on the left at a traffic light. There is no county route signage.
Photos taken April 2018.
Montauk Highway continues east through East Islip.
Photos taken April 2018.
There is an interchange with the Southern Parkway. A brown sign marks the eastbound entrance, as the parkway ends one exit park here at Heckscher State Park. Cars can use the parkway westbound for one exit to reach Sunrise Highway (NY 27), but trucks are prohibited.
Photos taken April 2018.
Welcome to Great River! There is a traffic light at Connetquot Avenue. Trucks that are prohibited from the parkway can turn left here for access to Sunrise Highway (NY 27).
Photos taken April 2018.
Montauk Highway curves to the north.
Photos taken April 2018.
Union Boulevard (CR 50) begins on the left.
Photo taken April 2018.
Montauk Highway runs northeast as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken April 2018.
There is a traffic light at exit 46A of Sunrise Highway (NY 27). There is no entrance to the highway when coming from this direction. NY 27A ends here. Montauk Highway continues straight ahead as CR 85.
Photo taken April 2018.

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