Provost Avenue, South Third Avenue, South Columbus Avenue, North Columbus Avenue, White Plains Road, West Post Road, East Post Road, North Broadway, Mount Kisco Road, Bedford Road, Old Post Road, Cantitoe Street, Jay Street, Goldens Bridge Road, Main Street, Mahopac Avenue, Brewster Road
Northbound Views
NY 22 begins in the Bronx as Conner Street crosses Boston Road (US 1) and changes names to become Provost Avenue.
Photos taken May 2019.
There is a traffic light at East 233 Street just south of the city line. Maintaining this road is clearly not a priority for NYCDOT, so an oversized street name sign would be too much to ask for, even though this is a state route.
Photo taken May 2019.
Welcome to Westchester County and the City of Mount Vernon! Provost Avenue becomes South Third Avenue at the city line. South Third Avenue is locally maintained by the city and doesn't even have a yellow line down the middle. Yes, this actually is a state route, even though the only way to know is from a single reassurance shield.
Photos taken May 2019.
There is a stop sign. Turn right onto South Columbus Avenue to stay on NY 22. Route signage is completely absent.
Photo taken May 2019.
South Columbus Avenue runs northeast. There is a traffic light at South Fulton Avenue (CR 70).
Photos taken May 2019.
South Columbus Avenue comes under county jurisdiction for a short distance as CR 311. Kimball Place (CR 312) begins on the right along this stretch. The county route section actually has a double yellow line down the middle.
Photos taken May 2019.
There is a traffic light at Sandford Boulevard (CR 61).
Photo taken May 2019.
The county route ends, and the double yellow line disappears again as South Columbus Avenue reverts back to city jurisdiction. South Columbus Avenue passes under the New Haven Line of the Metro-North Railroad and changes names to become North Columbus Avenue.
Photos taken May 2019.
There is an interchange with the Cross County Parkway.
Photos taken May 2019.
A short distance north of the parkway, North Columbus Avenue leaves the City of Mount Vernon. It changes names to become White Plains Road, and this state route finally comes under the jurisdiction of the state. It runs north through Bronxville to Tuckahoe.
Photos taken May 2019.
In Eastchester, White Plains Road widens to four lanes.
Photos taken May 2019.
Fisher Avenue is to the left at this traffic light. Mill Road (CR 82) begins on the right.
Photos taken May 2019.
NY 22 continues north from Eastchester to Scarsdale. It changes names from White Plains Road to Post Road.
Photos taken May 2019.
Brook Street (CR 2) begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photo taken August 2015.
Post Road runs north through Scarsdale as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken August 2015.
Popham Road begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photo taken August 2015.
Heathcote Road begins on the right at a traffic light.
Photo taken May 2019.
Post Road continues north toward White Plains.
Photos taken May 2019.
Welcome to the City of White Plains! Post Road narrows down to two lanes at the city line and comes under county jurisdiction as CR 53.
Photos taken May 2019.
Post Road widens to become a four-lane divided road and then splits at a traffic light. Use the right lane for Maple Avenue. Use the left lane to stay on Post Road.
Photos taken May 2019.
Post Road runs east through the downtown area of White Plains. There are traffic lights at South Lexington Avenue, Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard, Court Street, and Mamaroneck Avenue (NY 125).
Photos taken May 2019.
The county route designation of Post Road changes to CR 108. There is a traffic light at Waller Avenue.
Photos taken May 2019.
The roadway curves to the north and splits. Bear left to stay on NY 22. Bear right for Westchester Avenue (CR 71).
Photos taken May 2019.
The roadway splits again. Bear right to stay on NY 22. Bear left for a turnaround to head back south.
Photos taken December 2020.
There is a traffic light at Main Street.
Photo taken December 2020.
Here, NY 22 is known as North Broadway and maintained by the county as CR 87. Hamilton Avenue (NY 119/CR 52) begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken December 2020.
Heading out of town, the median ends.
Photos taken December 2020.
There is an interchange with the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287).
Photos taken December 2020.
North Broadway runs north as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken December 2020.
Welcome to North White Plains! North Broadway narrows down to two lanes for a short distance.
Photos taken December 2020.
The Central Westchester Parkway (CR 150) begins on the right at a traffic light. Bear left to stay on North Broadway. There is no route signage at this intersection.
Photo taken December 2020.
North Broadway continues north for a short distance.
Photos taken October 2020.
North Broadway ends at this traffic light. Bear left for Broadway (CR 29A). Bear right onto Mount Kisco Road to stay on NY 22.
Photos taken October 2020.
Mount Kisco Road runs north as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
Mount Kisco Road narrows down to two lanes.
Photos taken October 2020.
There is an overpass over CR 68, a connector from the northern terminus of the Bronx Parkway that merges in on the right immediately thereafter.
Photos taken October 2020.
North of the merge, Mount Kisco Road is a four-lane undivided road again. The Kensico Reservoir is on the left.
Photos taken October 2020.
There is a bridge over the reservoir.
Photos taken October 2020.
On the other side of the bridge, there is a grass median for a short distance.
Photos taken October 2020.
The median ends, and Mount Kisco Road continues as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
Mount Kisco Road ends at a traffic light at King Street (NY 120). Continue straight ahead to go north and to stay on NY 22. Turn right to go south.
Photos taken October 2020.
The two routes are multiplexed for one block and then split at a traffic light. Turn left for King Street (NY 120). Continue straight ahead to stay on NY 22.
Photos taken October 2020.
NY 22 runs northeast through Armonk as a four-lane divided road. There are traffic lights at Old Post Road, Main Street (NY 128), and Business Park Drive.
Photos taken October 2020.
There is an interchange with I-684 at exit 3.
Photos taken October 2020.
Immediately after the interchange, North Greenwich Road (NY 433) begins on the right at a traffic light.
Photos taken October 2020.
NY 22 narrows down to two lanes and runs north into the Town of Bedford, where it is known as Old Post Road.
Photos taken October 2020.
There is a traffic light at NY 172. Turn left onto South Bedford Road to go west. Continue straight ahead on Old Post Road to go east and to stay on NY 22.
Photos taken October 2020.
NY 22 and NY 172 are multiplexed along Old Post Road through Bedford.
Photos taken October 2020.
Greenwich Road (CR 12) begins on the right at a traffic light.
Photos taken October 2020.
The two routes split. Turn right at the traffic light for Pound Ridge Road (NY 172) east. Immediately thereafter, Old Post Road merges with a turning roadway from westbound Pound Ridge Road (NY 172).
Photos taken October 2020.
Old Post Road continues north through Bedford.
Photos taken October 2020.
Old Post Road splits off to the right as NY 121. NY 22 continues straight ahead as Cantitoe Street.
Photos taken October 2020.
Cantitoe Street runs north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
Bedford Center Road (CR 98) begins on the left.
Photos taken October 2020.
Cantitoe Street continues north toward Katonah.
Photos taken October 2020.
Cantitoe Street merges with Girdle Ridge Road (CR 309) and changes names to become Jay Street. There is a median at this intersection.
Photos taken October 2020.
Jay Street runs north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
Jay Street splits off to the left as CR 307. Continue straight ahead onto Goldens Bridge Road to stay on NY 22.
Photo taken October 2020.
There is a traffic light at Cross River Road (NY 35). Turn right to go east or left to go west.
Photos taken October 2020.
Goldens Bridge Road runs north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
The ramp from exit 6A of I-684 comes in from the left.
Photo taken October 2020.
There are some cliffs on the right.
Photos taken October 2020.
Welcome to Goldens Bridge! There is a somewhat interesting interchange in which an overpass carries Waccabuc Road (NY 138) over both I-684 and NY 22, and it is accessed via a ramp from NY 22.
Photos taken October 2020.
Goldens Bridge Road continues north to Purdys.
Photos taken October 2020.
Welcome to Purdys!
Photos taken October 2020.
There is a traffic light at NY 116. Turn left onto Purdys Road to go west. Continue straight to go east and to stay on NY 22.
Photos taken October 2020.
After one block, the two routes split. Bear right for Titicus Road (NY 116) east. Bear left to stay on NY 22.
Photos taken October 2020.
NY 22 curves to the west, passes under I-684, and curves back to the north. There is no interchange.
Photos taken October 2020.
Hardscrabble Road (CR 138) begins on the right at a traffic light. Turn left to stay on NY 22.
Photos taken October 2020.
NY 22 runs north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
Croton Falls Roads (CR 136) begins on the left here. Turn left for access to US 202 west. The signage here erroneously marks US 202 as NY 202.
Photos taken October 2020.
NY 22 north merges with US 202 east. The two routes are multiplexed from here to Brewster.
Photos taken October 2020.

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