Harlem River Drive
- Southern Terminus:
- RFK Bridge (I-278) and FDR Drive in Manhattan
- Northern Terminus:
- Dyckman Street and 10 Avenue in Manhattan
- 4.20 miles
- New York
The Harlem River Drive is an extension of the FDR Drive into the northern portion of Manhattan. The FDR Drive becomes the Harlem River Drive at the RFK Bridge (I-278). It runs north along the Harlem River. There is an exit for the George Washington Bridge (I-95/US 1/US 9) near the northern terminus. The Harlem River Drive ends a little over a mile north of the bridge at Dyckman Street and 10 Avenue.
The Harlem River Drive was originally built as the Harlem River Speedway, a racetrack for horses. It was later converted into a highway for automobiles.
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