Major Deegan Expressway, New York Thruway, Northway
Northbound Views
Welcome to Westchester County! The Major Deegan Expressway ends at the Bronx-Westchester county line. I-87 becomes the New York Thruway at this point. An overhead sign welcomes motorists to the Thruway. The exit numbers begin again at exit 1.
Photos taken August 2013.
Exit 1 is for Hall Place.
Photos taken August 2013.
Exit 2 is for Yonkers Avenue.
Photos taken August 2013.
Exit 3 is for Mile Square Road.
Photos taken August 2013.
Exit 4 is for the Cross County Parkway.
Photos taken 2013-2019.
Exit 5 is for Central Park Avenue (NY 100).
Photos taken August 2019.
Exit 6 is for Tuckahoe Road (CR 59).
Photos taken September 2020.
Exit 6A is for Ridge Hill Boulevard and Stew Leonard Drive.
Photos taken September 2020.
There is a cashless tolling gantry after exit 6A. The Ardsley Service Area is just past the toll.
Photos taken September 2020.
Exit 7 is for Saw Mill River Road (NY 9A).
Photos taken September 2020.
Exit 7A is for the Saw Mill Parkway and the Taconic Parkway.
Photos taken September 2020.
Exit 8 is for the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287) east. It also provides access to NY 119 and the Saw Mill Parkway north. I-287 west is multiplexed with I-87 north along the Thruway straight ahead.
Photos taken September 2020.
Exit 9 is for Broadway (US 9). It is the last exit before the Tappan Zee Bridge. All vehicles carrying certain types of explosives must exit here because they are not allowed on the bridge.
Photos taken September 2020.
The Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge carrying the Thruway across the Hudson River to Rockland County.
Photos taken September 2020.
North to Rockland County

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