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

Southbound Views

Welcome to New York! All vehicles pass through a cashless tolling gantry after coming off the Bayonne Bridge.
Photos taken July 2018.
The northernmost section of NY 440 is a short expressway called the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway. Exit 12 is for Forest Avenue.
Photos taken July 2018.
Exit 11 is for Victory Boulevard. It is a left exit. The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway ends here at the Staten Island Expressway (I-278). Bear left for exit 10E to go east. Bear right to go west and to stay on NY 440.
Photos taken July 2018.
NY 440 follows the Staten Island Expressway (I-278) west for a couple of exits.
NY 440 splits off from the Staten Island Expressway (I-278) and runs south as the West Shore Expressway. The first exit is exit 8, which is for South Avenue.
Photos taken September 2018.
Exit 7 is for Victory Boulevard.
Photos taken September 2018.
Exit 5 is for Muldoon Avenue and Arden Avenue.
Photos taken September 2018.
Exit 4 is for Huguenot Avenue and Arthur Kill Road.
Photos taken September 2018.
Exit 3B is for Bloomingdale Road.
Photos taken September 2018.
Exit 3A is for Englewood Avenue.
Photos taken September 2018.
Exit 2 is for the Korean War Veterans Parkway, which was formerly known as the Richmond Parkway.
Photos taken September 2018.
The expressway curves to the west and merges with the Korean War Veterans Parkway. Exit 1 is for Arthur Kill Road.
Photos taken September 2018.
Straight ahead, the Outerbridge Crossing crosses the Arthur Kill to New Jersey. At the state line, NY 440 becomes NJ 440.
Photos taken January 2015.
South to New Jersey

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