Cross Bronx Expressway, Webster Avenue, East Fordham Road, Boston Road, Boston Post Road, Main Street, Huguenot Street, South Main Street, North Main Street

Southbound Views

Welcome to New York! There is a small bridge over the Byram River from Connecticut.
Photos taken December 2015.
On the other side of the bridge, there is a traffic circle. Take the first right for Putnam Avenue, which leads to King Street (NY 120A). Continue around the circle to North Main Street to stay on US 1.
Photos taken December 2015.
North Main Street runs south through Port Chester as a two-lane undivided road. There are signs for Westchester County and the Village of Port Chester, although the county and village lines are actually back at the state line.
Photos taken December 2015.
A railroad overpass carries the New Haven Line of the Metro-North Railroad over North Main Street.
Photos taken December 2015.
North Main Street continues south through Port Chester.
Photos taken December 2015.
There is a traffic light at Westchester Avenue (CR 112). Westchester Avenue becomes NY 120A a few blocks west of here.
Photo taken December 2015.
US 1 changes names to become South Main Street.
Photos taken December 2015.
Turn right at this traffic light onto Boston Post Road to stay on US 1. Grace Church Street is straight ahead.
Photo taken December 2015.
Boston Post Road runs southwest, passing under the New Haven Line of the Metro-North Railroad.
Photos taken December 2015.
There is an interchange with the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287), which ends just east of here at the New England Thruway (I-95).
Photos taken December 2015.
Welcome to the City of Rye! Boston Post Road has a grass median for a short distance here.
Photos taken December 2015.
The median ends. There is a partial interchange with the New England Thruway (I-95) with a northbound entrance only.
Photos taken December 2015.
Boston Post Road goes down a hill, and then Purchase Street (NY 120) begins on the right at a traffic light.
Photos taken December 2015.
Skipping a few miles to the south, Huguenot Street runs south through New Rochelle.
Photo taken March 2008.
Huguenot Street intersects North Avenue (CR 81) at a traffic light.
Photo taken March 2008.
Skipping south to the Bronx, there is an interchange with the Bronx Parkway.
Photos taken September 2012.
South to New Jersey

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