Hicksville Road, Broadway, Cedar Swamp Road, Glen Cove Road
Southbound Views
Glen Cove Road begins at Pratt Boulevard (CR 243) and Pulaski Street in Glen Cove. The first section is a short limited-access highway called the Glen Cove Arterial Highway. There are a couple of overpasses but no exits.
Photos taken March 2020.
The highway ends at a traffic light as Cedar Swamp Road merges in from the left.
Photos taken March 2020.
Welcome to Glen Head! Glen Cove Road runs south as a four-lane divided road.
Photos taken March 2020.
Turn left onto Cedar Samp Road to stay on NY 107. Glen Cove Road continues straight ahead with the unsigned designation of NY 904.
Photos taken March 2020.
Cedar Swamp Road runs southeast as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken March 2020.
Chicken Valley Road begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken March 2020.
Cedar Swamp Road continues to the southeast.
Photos taken March 2020.
There is a traffic light at Northern Boulevard (NY 25A). Turn left to go east or right to go west.
Photos taken March 2020.
Cedar Swamp Road runs southeast through the Village of Upper Brookville.
Photos taken March 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Brookville!
Photos taken March 2020.
Cedar Swamp Road widens to become a four-lane divided road. Turn right at the traffic light for SUNY Old Westbury.
Photos taken March 2020.
Cedar Swamp Road merges with Jericho-Oyster Bay Road (NY 106) to form Broadway.
Photos taken March 2020.
There is a cloverleaf interchange with Jericho Turnpike (NY 25).
Photos taken March 2020.
There are interchanges with the Long Island Expressway (I-495) and the Northern Parkway.
Photos taken March 2020.
Broadway runs south through Jericho and Hicksville.
Photos taken March 2020.
The two routes split in Hicksville. Bear left to stay on Broadway for NY 107 or right for Newbridge Road (NY 106).
Photos taken July 2005.
After the split, Broadway runs southeast through Hicksville.
Photos taken May 2020.
There is a traffic light at Old Country Road (CR 25). Turn left to go east or right to go west.
Photos taken May 2020.
Broadway continues to the southeast as a four-lane road. Heading out of Hicksville, it changes names to become Hicksville Road. Parts are divided and parts are undivided.
Photos taken May 2020.
Central Avenue begins on the left at the first traffic. Wantagh Avenue (CR 189) splits off to the right before the second traffic.
Photos taken May 2020.
Hicksville Road continues southeast through Bethpage.
Photos taken May 2020.
There is a traffic light at Hempstead Turnpike (NY 24). Turn left to go east or right to go west.
Photos taken May 2020.
Hicksville Road narrows down to two lanes.
Photos taken May 2020.
There is an interchange with the Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (NY 135).
Photos taken May 2020.
Hicksville Road continues south as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken May 2020.
There is an interchange with the Southern Parkway.
Photos taken May 2020.
Hicksville Road runs south into Massapequa.
Photos taken May 2020.
There is a traffic light at Jerusalem Avenue (NY 105). Turn right to go west.
Photos taken May 2020.
Hicksville Road runs south through Massapequa.
Photos taken May 2020.
Hicksville Road passes under the Babylon Branch of the Long Island Rail Road.
Photo taken May 2020.
There is a traffic light at Sunrise Highway (NY 27). Turn left to go east or right to go west.
Photos taken May 2020.
Hicksville Road continues south for a short distance.
Photos taken May 2020.
Hicksville Road ends at a traffic light at Merrick Road (CR 27). Turn left to go east or right to go west. Division Avenue, a local street, is straight ahead.
Photo taken May 2020.

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