Stewart Avenue
Eastbound Views
Stewart Avenue begins at Covert Avenue and runs east as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken January 2021.
Welcome to the Village of Garden City!
Photos taken January 2021.
There is a traffic light at New Hyde Park Road (CR 5B). Turn left to go north or right to go south.
Photo taken January 2021.
Stewart Avenue continues east through Garden City.
Photos taken January 2021.
Rockaway Avenue begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photo taken January 2021.
Stewart Avenue ends here at a traffic light at Cherry Valley Avenue. Cathedral Avenue is straight ahead. Stewart Avenue begins again as a local street under the jurisdiction of the village a block east of here.
Photos taken January 2021.
Stewart Avenue takes on the CR 177 designation again at Clinton Road (CR 1). At first, it is a six-lane divided road, but the median ends after a short distance.
Photos taken November 2019.
Quentin Roosevelt Boulevard begins on right at a traffic light. South Street, which leads into the Roosevelt Field shopping mall, is to the left.
Photos taken November 2019.
Stewart Avenue continues to the east.
Photos taken November 2019.
Merchants Concourse begins on the left at a traffic light. Nassau Community College is to the right.
Photos taken November 2019.
There is an interchange with the Meadowbrook Parkway.
Photos taken November 2019.
Stewart Avenue ends here at a traffic light at Merrick Avenue (CR 4). Turn left to go north or right to go south. The entrance to Eisenhower Park is straight ahead. Stewart Avenue begins again as an unnumbered county road at Salisbury Park Drive on the other side of the park.
Photos taken November 2019.

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