Clinton Road, Glen Cove Road
Northbound Views (Archived)
This sign for Carle Place was found at the beginning of Glen Cove Road. It has been removed.
Photo taken February 2015.
This overpass carried the Main Line of the Long Island Rail Road over Glen Cove Road. It has been replaced with a wider one that has space for a third track.
Photo taken February 2015.
As work began to replace the overpass, construction barrels were in place along the side of the road.
Photo taken February 2020.
A few months later, the concrete supports for the new overpass were in place. The northbound side of Glen Cove Road was narrowed down to a single lane for the construction.
Photos taken June 2020.
These pictures show Glen Cove Road as it appeared while construction work was in progress to replace the railroad overpass. At the time, the old overpass had been removed, but the new one had not yet been installed. Glen Cove Road was closed at the construction site.
Photos taken June 2020.
A day later, the new overpass had been installed, but the road was still closed as work continued.
Photos taken June 2020.
While Glen Cove Road was closed at the overpass for construction, these temporary signs were found on Clinton Road to inform motorists of the road closure and detour.
Photos taken June 2020.
A few days later, Glen Cove Road had reopened to traffic, but one of the northbound lanes remaining closed for construction.
Photos taken July 2020.
These "Passenger Cars Only" signs no longer exist. They were replaced with new "No Commercial Vehicles" signs.
Photos taken June 2005.
These "No Commercial Vehicles" signs were installed in late 2005 or early 2006. They have two separate tabs, one reading "No Commercial Vehicles" and the other giving the height limit. They were replaced by 2015 with new signs with a single tab.
Photos taken June 2007.
These signs used to mark the intersection of Glen Cove Road with Jericho Turnpike (NY 25). They have been replaced with new ones that indicate which lanes are for turning versus continuing straight ahead.
Photo taken June 2005.
These old signs used to mark the interchange with the Long Island Expressway (I-495). They were replaced by 2014.
Photos taken June 2005.
These pictures show Glen Cove Road in Greenvale while the traffic lights were being moved from wires to poles. At the time the pictures were taken, the new poles had been installed, but the old traffic lights on wires were still present and operational.
Photos taken January 2007.

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