Queensboro Bridge, Queens Boulevard, Hillside Avenue, Braddock Avenue, Jericho Turnpike, Main Street, Middle Country Road, Main Road
Westbound Views
Immediately after the split, there is a northbound entrance to the Cross Island Parkway.
Photos taken April 2020.
Braddock Avenue runs northwest as a four-lane divided road. Despite being major enough to carry a state route number, Braddock Avenue does not have oversized street name signs.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light at Hillside Avenue. Turn left to continue west on NY 25. Turn right to go east on NY 25B, which begins here.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light at Springfield Boulevard. Turn right to go north or left to go south. There was once an oversized street name sign here, but it was removed for unknown reasons.
Photo taken April 2020.
Hillside Avenue runs west as a six-lane divided road. There are traffic lights with oversized street name signs at 217 Street, 216 Street, 214 Street, and 213 Street.
Photos taken April 2020.
The Clearview Expressway (I-295) begins on the right here.
Photo taken April 2020.
Hollis Court Boulevard (NY 24) begins on the left at a traffic light with an oversized street name. The route number is unsigned for this first segment of NY 24.
Photo taken April 2020.
There are traffic lights with oversized street name signs at 210 Street, 209 Street, and 208 Street.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light at Francis Lewis Boulevard. Turn right to go north or left to go south. There is no oversized street name sign here, even though the cross street is a major roadway.
Photo taken April 2020.
Hillside Avenue continues through Queens. There are traffic lights with oversized street name signs at various numbered streets that descend to the west, as well as Dalny Road, Avon Street, Midland Parkway, Homelawn Street, and Merrick Boulevard.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light at Queens Boulevard. Turn right here to stay on NY 25. There is no route signage, so it's easy for motorists who don't know where they're going to get lost here. Hillside Avenue continues ahead as an unnumbered major roadway.
Photo taken April 2020.
Queens Boulevard runs northwest as a six-lane divided road. There are traffic light with oversized street name signs at 87 Avenue, 86 Avenue, and Main Street.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a partial interchange with the Van Wyck Expressway (I-678). Turn left to go south.
Photo taken April 2020.
There are traffic lights with oversized street name signs at Hoover Avenue, 82 Avenue, and 80 Road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at Union Turnpike. Turn right to go east or left to go west.
Photo taken April 2020.
Beginning here, Queens Boulevard has a two-lane service road in each direction that must be used for right turns. The main road is used for through traffic and left turns.
Photos taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for 77 Avenue.
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There is an exit to the service road for 112 Street.
Photo taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light at 76 Road, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photos taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for Ascan Avenue. 72 Drive is to the right, but right turns are prohibited from the main road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is an exit to the service road for 108 Street.
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Turn left at the traffic light for 71 Avenue.
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There are traffic lights with oversized street name signs at 70 Road and 70 Avenue, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photos taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for Yellowstone Boulevard.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is an exit to the service road for 68 Road and 102 Street.
Photos taken April 2020.
There are traffic lights with oversized street name signs at 68 Drive and 68 Avenue, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photos taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for 67 Road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at 67 Avenue, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photo taken April 2020.
There is an unsigned exit to the service road.
Photos taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for 65 Road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is an exit to the service road for Junction Boulevard and the Long Island Expressway (I-495).
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at 63 Road, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photos taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for 63 Avenue.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is an exit to the service road for Woodhaven Boulevard and 90 Street.
Photos taken April 2020.
The main road is depressed relative to the service roads. There are two overpasses over the main road, the first carrying the service roads of the Long Island Expressway (I-495) and the second carrying Woodhaven Boulevard.
Photos taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for 57 Avenue.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at 56 Avenue, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photo taken April 2020.
There is an exit to the service road for 55 Avenue and Broadway.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at 55 Avenue, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photo taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for Grand Avenue. Broadway begins on the right, but right turns are prohibited from the main road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light at Van Loon Street, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photo taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for 51 Avenue.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is an exit to the service road for 76 Street.
Photo taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for Hillyer Street. Albion Avenue begins on the right, but right turns are prohibited from the main road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is traffic light at Jacobus Street, but no turns are permitted from the main road. Immediately thereafter, there is a railroad overpass at the Port Washington Branch of the Long Island Rail Road, followed by an exit to the service road for the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) east.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is another railroad overpass, this one at freight rail tracks.
Photos taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for 70 Street.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at 69 Street, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photos taken April 2020.
There is a railroad overpass at the Main Line of the Long Island Rail Road.
Photo taken April 2020.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at 65 Place, but no turns are permitted form the main road. Immediately thereafter, there is an exit for the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) west via a tunnel under Queens Boulevard.
Photos taken April 2020.
There are traffic lights with oversized street name signs at 61 Street and 60 Street, but no turns are permitted from the main road.
Photos taken April 2020.
Turn left at the traffic light for 58 Street.
Photos taken April 2020.

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