Staten Island Expressway, Verrazano Bridge, Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, RFK Bridge, Bruckner Expressway
Eastbound Views
The Goethals Bridge connects New Jersey to Staten Island. The New York section of I-278 begins on the Staten Island side of the bridge. It is called the Staten Island Expressway. All vehicles coming from the Goethals Bridge must pay a toll at this toll barrier.
Photos taken July 2017.
The first two exits on the Staten Island Expressway are found immediately after the toll booths. Exit 4 is for Forest Avenue. Exit 5 is for the West Shore Expressway (NY 440) south.
Photos taken July 2017.
Exit 7 is for Richmond Avenue.
Photos taken July 2017.
Exit 8 is for Victory Boulevard. Exit 9 is for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway (NY 440) north.
Photos taken July 2017.
A High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane begins here and extends to the Verrazano Bridge. Exit 11 is for Bradley Avenue.
Photos taken July 2017.
Exit 12 is for Todt Hill Road and Slosson Avenue.
Photos taken July 2017.
Exit 13 is for Clove Road, Richmond Road, and Targee Street.
Photos taken July 2017.
Exit 14 is for Hylan Boulevard.
Photos taken July 2017.
Exit 15 is for Fingerboard Road and Lily Pond Avenue. It is the last exit on the Staten Island Expressway.
Photos taken July 2017.
There is a toll for the Verrazano Bridge, but only when travelling west. Use either the upper or the lower level of the bridge for the Belt Parkway.
Photos taken July 2018.
East to Kings County (Broolyn)

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