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Southbound Views
There is a traffic circle as US 9 merges with Bear Mountain Bridge Road (US 6/US 202).
Photo taken July 2020.
There is a bridge over Annsville Creek. On the other side, there is a traffic light. Turn right to stay on US 6/US 9/US 202. Turn left for the Bear Mountain Parkway, which begins here.
Photos taken July 2020.
Beginning here, US 9 becomes a highway known as the Croton Expressway. The first exit is for Main Street (US 6/US 202/NY 35). US 6 and US 202 split off from the Croton Expressway here, while NY 35 begins here and is multiplexed with them for its first few miles.
Photos taken July 2020.
Skipping several miles to the south, there is a bridge across the Croton River. On the other side, the roadway splits. NY 9A splits off to the left to become the Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway. Bear right to stay on US 9.
Photos taken August 2014.
The speed limit drops to 30 MPH as the Croton Expressway ends. There is a reassurance shield that erroneously makes reference to NY 9. This is really US 9, despite what the sign says.
Photos taken August 2014.
Welcome to Ossining! US 9 is known here as North Highland Avenue. Just past the end of the expressway, it narrows down to become a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken August 2014.
North Highland Avenue widens to four lanes. Coming into town, it goes down a big hill and then right back up again.
Photos taken August 2014.
At the top of the hill, there is a traffic light at Croton Avenue (NY 133).
Photos taken August 2014.
South of NY 133, US 9 is known as South Highland Avenue. There is a traffic light at Main Street. Turn right here for the Ossining train station.
Photos taken August 2014.
Skipping south to Tarrytown, Broadway runs south as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken June 2012.
Benedict Avenue (CR 15) begins on the left at this traffic light.
Photo taken June 2012.
Broadway continues south as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken June 2012.
Broadway widens to four lanes, and there is an interchange with the New York Thruway (I-87/I-287). This is the northernmost interchange before the Tappan Zee Bridge, so motorists getting onto the Thruway northbound must pay a toll to come back. White Plains Road (NY 119) begins on the left here. Motorists wishing to access it must use a jughandle to the right. Left turns are prohibited.
Photos taken June 2012.
Skipping south to Dobbs Ferry, there is a traffic light. Turn right to stay on Broadway. Ashford Avenue (CR 134) begins to the left.
Photos taken July 2016.
Broadway runs south through Dobbs Ferry as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken July 2016.
Skipping south to Hastings-on-Hudson, Broadway runs south as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken May 2014.
Farragut Avenue (CR 151) begins on the left at this traffic light. There is a sign goof here. Despite the NY 9 shields, this is actually US 9.
Photos taken May 2014.
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