West Shore Expressway, Staten Island Expressway, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway

Northbound Views

Welcome to New York! All motorists must pay a toll after coming off the Outerbridge Crossing. Exit 1 is for Page Avenue.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 2 is for the Korean War Veterans Parkway north.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 3 is for Woodrow Road.
Photos taken 2015-2019.
Exit 4 is for Arthur Kill Road and Huguenot Avenue.
Photos taken July 2015.
Exit 7 is for Victory Boulevard.
Photos taken July 2015.
Exit 8 is for South Avenue.
Photos taken July 2015.
Exit 9 is for Glen Street.
Photos taken July 2015.
The West Shore Expressway ends here at the Staten Island Expressway (I-278). Northbound NY 440 is multiplexed with eastbound I-278 for a few exits.
Photos taken July 2015.
NY 440 splits off from the Staten Island Expressway at exit 9. The ramp merges with a ramp from Victory Boulevard to form the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway. This highway was originally known as the Willowbrook Expressway but was renamed in honor of the civil rights leader. Exit 10W is for the Staten Island Expressway (I-278) west. Its primary purpose is to serve motorists coming from Victory Boulevard who wish to access westbound I-278.
Photos taken August 2012.
Exit 12 is for Forest Avenue.
Photos taken September 2019.
Exit 13 is for Richmond Terrace. There is a cashless tolling gantry for southbound traffic, but there is no toll when travelling in this direction. Straight ahead, the Bayonne Bridge crosses the Kill Van Kull to Bayonne, New Jersey. NY 440 becomes NJ 440 at the state line.
Photos taken September 2019.
North to New Jersey

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