White Plains Road, Tarrytown Road, Main Street, Hamilton Avenue
Eastbound Views
White Plains Road begins at Broadway (US 9) in Tarrytown and runs east as a four-lane undivided road. Immediately, there is an entrance to the New York Thruway (I-87/I-287) northbound on the right. This is the northernmost interchange before the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, so motorists getting onto the Thruway here must pay a toll to come back.
Photos taken December 2020.
Beginning here, White Plains Road has a concrete and brick median.
Photos taken December 2020.
Welcome to the Town of Greenburgh! White Plains Road widens to six lanes.
Photos taken December 2020.
Benedict Avenue (CR 15) begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken December 2020.
White Plains Road continues east as a six-lane divided road.
Photos taken December 2020.
There is an interchange with the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287).
Photos taken December 2020.
In the Village of Elmsford, the median ends as White Plains Road changes names to become West Main Street.
Photos taken December 2020.
There is an interchange with the Saw Mill Parkway.
Photo taken December 2020.
Skipping east to White Plains, Tarrytown Road splits into a pair of one-way streets. Eastbound traffic follows Main Street, while westbound traffic follows Hamilton Avenue. An overpass carries the Harlem Line of the Metro-North Railroad over the roadway.
Photo taken December 2019.
Main Street runs east through White Plains. There are traffic lights at Bank Street, South Lexington Avenue, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Court Street, Mamaroneck Avenue, Church Street, and E.J. Conroy Drive. Mamaroneck Avenue has no numerical designation here, but it becomes NY 125 a few blocks south of here at East Post Road (NY 22).
Photos taken December 2019.
NY 119 ends here at NY 22. Turn right onto South Broadway at the first traffic light to go south. Turn left onto North Broadway at the second traffic light to go north.
Photo taken December 2019.

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