Staten Island Expressway, Verrazano Bridge, Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, RFK Bridge, Bruckner Expressway
Eastbound Views
The Verrazano Bridge is a suspension bridge across the Narrows to Brooklyn. There are two exits at the end of the bridge. Exit 16 is for the Belt Parkway east. It is a left exit. Exit 17 is for 92 Street.
Photos taken July 2018.
Welcome to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway! An HOV lane begins here and extends to the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel. Exit 18 is for Fort Hamilton Parkway.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 20 is for 7 Avenue and 65 Street.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 21 is for 3 Avenue.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 23 is for 38 Street.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 24 is for the Prospect Expressway (NY 27).
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 25 is for the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel (I-478). Exit 26 is for Hamilton Avenue.
Photos taken 2017-2019.
Exit 27 is for Atlantic Avenue.
Photos taken April 2019.
The expressway goes under the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. The Brooklyn Bridge is visible in the distance.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 28A is for Cadman Plaza West.
Photo taken April 2019.
Exit 28B is for the Brooklyn Bridge.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 29A is for the Manhattan Bridge. Exit 29B is for Tillary Street.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 30 is for Flushing Avenue.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 32 is for Metropolitan Avenue and the Williamsburg Bridge.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 33 is McGuinness Boulevard and Humboldt Street.
Photos taken April 2017.
East to Queens County

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