Hicksville Road, Broadway, Cedar Swamp Road, Glen Cove Road
Northbound Views
Hicksville Road begins at Merrick Road (CR 27) in Massapequa and runs north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light at Sunrise Highway (NY 27). Turn right to go east or left to go west.
Photos taken April 2020.
Hicksville Road passes under the railroad tracks and continues north through Massapequa.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is an interchange with the Southern Parkway.
Photos taken April 2020.
Hicksville Road continues north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is an entrance to the northbound Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (NY 135).
Photos taken April 2020.
Hicksville Road continues to the north.
Photos taken April 2020.
Stewart Avenue splits off to the right here. Make a right turn for Boundary Avenue.
Photos taken April 2020.
Hicksville Road runs north through Bethpage as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light at Hempstead Turnpike (NY 24). Turn right to go east or left to go west.
Photo taken April 2020.
NY 107 is a four-lane road from Bethpage to Hicksville. Some parts are divided and some parts are undivided. South Oyster Bay Road (CR 9) splits off to the right in this section and runs directly north, while NY 107 runs to the northwest. In Hicksville, NY 107 changes names to become Broadway.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light at Old Country Road (CR 25). Turn right to go east or left to go west.
Photo taken April 2020.
Broadway continues through Hicksville and then merges with Newbridge Road (NY 106).
Photos taken April 2020.
The combined NY 106/NY 107 section is called Broadway. There are interchanges with the Northern Parkway and the Long Island Expressway (I-495).
Photos taken November 2016.
Broadway runs north through Jericho.
Photos taken November 2016.
There is a cloverleaf interchange with Jericho Turnpike (NY 25).
Photos taken November 2016.
Just past the interchange, the road splits. Bear left for NY 107 or right for NY 106.
Photos taken November 2016.
After the split, NY 107 is called Cedar Swamp Road. It remains a four-lane divided road until SUNY Old Westbury, where it narrows down to two lanes and the divider ends.
Photos taken November 2016.
Cedar Swamp Road runs to the northwest as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken November 2016.
Cedar Swamp Road intersects Northern Boulevard (NY 25A) at a traffic light.
Photos taken November 2016.
Cedar Swamp Road continues northwest as a two-lane undivided road. There is a traffic light at Chicken Valley Road.
Photos taken November 2016.
Glen Head Road begins on the left.
Photos taken November 2016.
Cedar Swamp Road ends here and merges into Glen Cove Road, which has the unsigned designation of NY 904 south of this point. Continue straight ahead onto Glen Cove Road to stay on NY 107.
Photos taken November 2016.
Glen Cove Road runs north as a four-lane divided road.
Photos taken October 2015.
There is an exit on the right for Cedar Swamp Road, which runs north from here as a local street. Bear left to stay on NY 107.
Photos taken October 2015.
Welcome to the City of Glen Cove! The northernmost section of Glen Cove Road is a short limited-access highway called the Glen Cove Arterial Highway. There are several overpasses but no exits.
Photos taken October 2015.
At the end of the highway, there is a traffic light at a ramp leading to Glen Street.
Photos taken October 2015.
NY 107 ends here at a traffic light at Pulaski Street. Pratt Boulevard (CR 243) is straight ahead.
Photos taken October 2015.

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