Wantagh Parkway
Southbound Views (Archived)
These signs were found on the Wantagh Parkway southbound. They were all replaced in 2013.
Photos taken June 2006.
These pictures show the Jones Beach Causeway southbound as it appeared in 2009. At the time, there were fee booths along the parkway where motorists could stop and pay the vehicle use fee for Jones Beach. There was a fee booth bypass on the left for motorists heading to Captree State Park and Robert Moses State Park. The middle bridge on the causeway was a drawbridge at the time. It has since been replaced with a new bridge that is not movable.
Photos taken June 2009.
A decade later, fee collection had been moved to the parking fields, but the fee booths had not yet been demolished. At the time, all vehicles were forced through the fee booth bypass on the left.
Photos taken September 2019.
These pictures show the southern terminus of the Wantagh Parkway as it appeared while work was in progress the rehabilitate the obelisk in the middle of the traffic circle.
Photos taken June 2009.
This sign used to mark the traffic circle interchange with the Ocean Parkway at the southern terminus of the Wantagh Parkway. It has been replaced.
Photo taken August 2003.

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