Prospect Expressway, Church Avenue, Coney Island Avenue, Caton Avenue, Linden Boulevard, North Conduit Avenue, South Conduit Avenue, Sunrise Highway, North Road, Flying Point Road, Montauk Highway
Eastbound Views
The Prospect Expressway begins at the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) and runs southeast through Brooklyn. The first exit in this direction is exit 4, which is for 10 Avenue and 11 Avenue. Trucks wishing to follow NY 27 east must exit here and follow 10 Avenue and McDonald Avenue to Church Avenue.
Photos taken April 2017.
Exit 5 is for Fort Hamilton Parkway. Motorists wishing to follow NY 27 east beyond the end of the expressway must exit here and follow East 5 Street to Caton Avenue.
Photos taken April 2017.
Exit 6 is for Church Avenue west. The Prospect Expressway ends just ahead at a traffic light. Ocean Parkway is straight ahead. NY 27 continues to the left onto Church Avenue. However, left turns are not permitted here. Motorists wishing to follow NY 27 east must have left the expressway back at exit 5 and followed East 5 Street to Caton Avenue.
Photos taken April 2014.
Church Avenue runs east through Brooklyn. There is a traffic light with oversized street name signs at Coney Island Avenue. Turn left to stay on NY 27.
Photos taken August 2014.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at Caton Avenue. Turn right here to stay on NY 27.
Photos taken August 2014.
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