Hillside Avenue, South Highland Avenue, North Highland Avenue, Conger Avenue, South Liberty Drive, North Liberty Drive, Quassaick Avenue, South Robinson Avenue, Robinson Avenue, Albany Post Road, Broadway Street, Frank Koenig Boulevard, Flatbush Road, East Chester Street, Ulster Avenue, Burt Street, Barclay Street, Church Street, Hill Street, Partition Street, Main Street, Malden Avenue, West Bridge Street, Maple Avenue, Southern Boulevard, Delaware Avenue, Lark Street
Northbound Views
Welcome to Orange County! There is a traffic circle just past the county line. The Palisades Parkway has its northern terminus at the circle. US 6 west is routed along the parkway beginning here for a short distance. There is also access to the Bear Mountain Bridge (US 6/US 202). US 202 splits off from US 9W here and crosses the bridge, multiplexed with US 6, to Westchester County.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is a bridge over Popolopen Creek.
Photos taken October 2019.
Welcome to Fort Montgomery! Just to the right on the other side of the bridge is the Fort Montgomery State Historic Site, which is the site of an American fort that was destroyed by the British during the American Revolution.
Photos taken October 2019.
US 9W runs north through Fort Montgomery as a four-lane undivided road. There are a few traffic lights along this stretch.
Photos taken October 2019.
Heading out of town, US 9W gains a divider and becomes an expressway. There is an exit for Main Street (NY 218), which begins here. It is the first of three consecutive exits for NY 218.
Photos taken October 2019.
US 9W continues north through Highland Falls.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is an exit for Mountain Avenue (NY 218) south. Continue straight ahead to go north.
Photos taken October 2019.
NY 218 is multiplexed with US 9W for a short distance.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is an exit for the Storm King Highway (NY 218) and NY 293. NY 218 splits off from US 9W here.
Photos taken October 2019.
US 9W ascends Storm King Mountain and then comes down the other side. There are no exits on the mountain, although there is a parking area on the way down.
Photos taken October 2019.
On the other side of the mountain, there are a couple of uncontrolled at-grade intersections.
Photos taken October 2019.
Welcome to Cornwall!
Photo taken October 2019.
There is an exit for Angola Road (CR 9).
Photos taken October 2019.
There is an exit for Quaker Avenue (CR 107).
Photos taken October 2019.
US 9W narrows down to two lanes. There is a traffic light at Laurel Avenue.
Photos taken October 2019.
There is an exit for Willow Avenue (CR 32).
Photos taken October 2019.
There is an exit for Academy Avenue (NY 218) south. This is the northern terminus of NY 218.
Photos taken October 2019.
The expressway ends, and US 9W loses its median.
Photos taken April 2017.
Welcome to New Windsor! There is a small bridge over Moodna Creek.
Photos taken April 2017.
US 9W becomes a divided highway again on the other side of the bridge. There are some traffic lights, as well as an overpass at Blooming Grove Turnpike.
Photos taken April 2017.
The divided highway ends at a traffic light at Quassaick Avenue, which is designated NY 94 to the left and US 9W straight ahead.
Photos taken April 2017.
Quassaick Avenue continues north, crossing a small bridge over Quassaick Creek.
Photos taken April 2017.
Welcome to the City of Newburgh! Here, US 9W is known as South Robinson Avenue.
Photos taken April 2017.
There is a traffic light at Broadway. Turn left to go west on NY 17K and south on NY 32. Northbound NY 32 is multiplexed with US 9W straight ahead.
Photos taken April 2017.
North of Broadway (NY 17K/NY 32), US 9W/NY 32 is known as Robinson Avenue.
Photos taken April 2017.
There is an interchange with I-84/NY 52. NY 32 splits off to the left onto North Plank Road.
Photos taken April 2017.
Welcome to the Town of Newburgh! Here, US 9W is known as Albany Post Road.
Photos taken September 2020.
US 9W passes through Middle Hope and Roseton. There are some wineries along this stretch.
Photos taken September 2020.
North to Ulster County

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