White Plains Road, Tarrytown Road, Main Street, Hamilton Avenue
Westbound Views
Hamilton Avenue begins at North Broadway (NY 22) and runs west through White Plains as a four-lane one-way street. There are traffic lights at E.J. Conroy Drive, Church Street, Renaissance Square, Cottage Place, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, North Lexington Avenue, and Ferris Avenue.
Photos taken August 2020.
Hamilton Avenue passes under the Harlem Line of the Metro-North Railroad and then curves to the northwest, merging with Main Street, which carries the eastbound side of NY 119 through White Plains.
Photos taken August 2020.
NY 119 is now a six-lane divided road called Tarrytown Road. Turn right at the first traffic light for an entrance to the Bronx Parkway. Turn left to go south on Central Park Avenue (NY 100). Northbound NY 100 is multiplexed with NY 119 along Tarrytown Road straight ahead.
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to the Town of Greenburgh!
Photos taken August 2020.
There is an entrance to the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287) on the right.
Photos taken August 2020.
The medians ends, and Tarrytown Road narrows down to two lanes.
Photos taken August 2020.
NY 100 splits off to the right onto Hillside Avenue at the second traffic light. Continue straight ahead on Tarrytown Road to stay on NY 119.
Photos taken August 2020.
Dobbs Ferry Road (NY 100B) begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken August 2020.
Tarrytown Road continues west as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is a grade-separated interchange with Knollwood Road (NY 100A).
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Elmsford! Here, NY 119 is known as Main Street.
Photos taken August 2020.
Main Street passes under the Sprain Parkway, but there is no interchange.
Photos taken August 2020.
Main Street continues west through Elmsford.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is a traffic light at NY 9A. Turn right onto North Central Avenue to go north or left onto South Central Avenue to go south.
Photo taken August 2020.
There is an interchange with Saw Mill Parkway.
Photos taken August 2020.
Main Street becomes a divided highway and changes names to become White Plains Road. There is an interchange with the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287).
Photos taken August 2020.
Turn right at the traffic light for Old White Plains Road, Dunnings Drive, and Watch Hill Drive.
Photos taken August 2020.
Benedict Avenue (CR 15) splits off to the right at a traffic light.
Photos taken August 2020.
White Plains Road continues west as a six-lane divided highway.
Photos taken August 2020.
White Plains Road narrows down to four lanes.
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Tarrytown!
Photos taken August 2020.
There is a northbound entrance to the New York Thruway (I-87/I-287) on the left. The entrance leads directly onto the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, formerly known as the Tappan Zee Bridge.
Photos taken August 2020.
White Plains Road ends here at Broadway (US 9) in Tarrytown. Turn right to go north or left to go south. Also, turn left for a southbound entrance to the New York Thruway (I-87/I-287).
Photos taken August 2020.

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