Pike Street, East Main Street, Slate Hill Road, Quickway, Long Mountain Parkway, Palisades Parkway, Bear Mountain Bridge, Bear Mountain Bridge Road, Main Street, Birdsall Road
Eastbound Views
The Bear Mountain Bridge is a suspension bridge across the Hudson River to Westchester County.
Photos taken July 2020.
On the other side of the bridge, NY 9D begins on the left. Bear right onto Bear Mountain Bridge Road to stay on US 6/US 202.
Photos taken July 2020.
Bear Mountain Bridge Road is informally known to locals at the "goat path" because it runs along the edge of a cliff by the river. The terrain along this stretch is very rocky. There are a couple of sign goofs where US 202 is erroneously marked as NY 202. There is a scenic area on the right.
Photos taken July 2020.
There is an old tollhouse preserved as a historic site on the left.
Photos taken July 2020.
Bear Mountain Bridge Road continues southeast. Camp Smith is on the left.
Photos taken July 2020.
Bear Mountain Bridge Road ends at a traffic circle at US 9.
Photos taken July 2020.
US 6/US 202 is multiplexed with US 9 south to Peekskill.
In Peekskill, US 6/US 202 splits off from US 9 and runs east as a two-lane undivided road known as Main Street. NY 35 begins at US 9 and is multiplexed with US 6 and US 202.
Photos taken November 2012.
There is a traffic light at Broad Street. US 202/NY 35 splits off to the right here. Continue straight ahead on Main Street to stay on US 6.
Photo taken November 2012.
Main Street continues east through Peekskill.
Photos taken August 2020.
Main Street widens to four lanes.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is an interchange with the Bear Mountain Parkway.
Photos taken August 2020.
Main Street runs east through Cortlandt as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to Mohegan Lake! There is a traffic light at Lexington Avenue. The left lane becomes a left turn lane and drops out here.
Photos taken August 2020.
Main Street continues east as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken August 2020.
US 6 widens to become a four-lane divided highway. There are traffic lights at Strawberry Road, Mill Road, and Mountain Brook Road.
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to Shrub Oak! There is a traffic light at Sunnyside Avenue.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is a traffic light at Barger Street (NY 132). Turn right to go south.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is an interchange with the Taconic Parkway.
Photos taken August 2020.
US 6 continues to the east. There are traffic lights at Indian Hill Road, Lee Boulevard, and Hill Boulevard.
Photos taken August 2020.
NY 6N begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken August 2020.
East to Putnam County

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