Orange Avenue, Wayne Avenue, Haverstraw Road, West Ramapo Road, East Ramapo Road, Gurnee Avenue, South Liberty Drive, North Liberty Drive, Bear Mountain Bridge, Bear Mountain Bridge Road, Main Street, Broad Street, Crompond Road, Saw Mill River Road, Tomahawk Street, Lincolndale Road, Lovell Street, Mill Street, Somers Road, Somerstown Road
Westbound Views
The two routes split. Bear right to stay on US 202. Bear left for NY 22. The signage here erroneously marked US 202 as NY 202.
Photo taken August 2013.
Skipping a little over a mile, Somerstown Road runs southwest through Somers.
Photos taken July 2020.
Turn right onto Somers Road at this traffic light to stay on US 202. Somerstown Road continues straight ahead as NY 100.
Photos taken July 2020.
Skipping west to Cortlandt, the western section of the Bear Mountain Parkway ends here and merges in from the right.
Photos taken April 2017.
Crompond Road runs west as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken April 2017.
The western section of the Bear Mountain Parkway begins on the right at this traffic light.
Photos taken April 2017.
Skipping west to Peekskill, Crompond Road intersects Broad Street at a traffic light. Turn right here to stay on US 202 and NY 35. The signage erroneously makes reference to NY 202.
Photo taken November 2012.
Broad Street runs north through Peekskill.
Photos taken November 2012.
Broad Street intersects Main Street (US 6) at a traffic light. Turn left to go west or turn right to go east. Turn left to stay on US 202 and NY 35. Signage at this intersection is severely lacking, with a single US 6 shield being the only route sign present.
Photos taken November 2012.
West to Rockland County

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