Queens Boulevard
Westbound Service Road Views
Queens Boulevard has five lanes in each direction. The three inner lanes are considered to form the main road, while the two outer lanes are considered to form the service road. A divider separates the main road from the service road, and there are entrance and exit ramps connecting the two roadways. Right turns are only permitted from the service road. There are oversized street name signs at 108 Street, 70 Road, and Yellowstone Boulevard.
Photos taken March 2012.
There is an exit from the main road to the service road for Junction Boulevard and the Long Island Expressway (I-495). Junction Boulevard begins on the right in this area, but there is no traffic light or oversized street name sign because the first block of it is a northbound one-way street.
Photos taken March 2012.
There is an exit from the main road to the service road for Woodhaven Boulevard and 90 Street.
Photo taken March 2012.
There is an interchange with the Long Island Expressway (I-495) from the service road.
Photos taken March 2012.
At the first traffic light after the expressway, Woodhaven Boulevard begins on the left. An overpass carries Woodhaven Boulevard over the main road, so there is only access from the service road. The Queens Center Mall is on the right here.
Photos taken 2012–2022.
There are traffic lights with oversized street name signs at 57 Avenue and 56 Avenue.
Photos taken April 2022.
There is an exit from the main road to the service road for 55 Avenue and Broadway.
Photos taken April 2022.
There is an entrance from the service road to the main road for the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) west.
Photos taken April 2022.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at 51 Avenue.
Photo taken April 2022.
There is an exit from the main road to the service road for 76 Street.
Photos taken April 2022.
There is a traffic light with an oversized street name sign at Albion Avenue.
Photo taken April 2022.
Queens Boulevard passes under the Main Line of the Long Island Rail Road and a freight rail line. There is an exit from the main road to the service road for the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) east.
Photos taken April 2022.
There are traffic lights with oversized street name signs at 45 Avenue and 69 Street.
Photos taken April 2022.
There is an entrance to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) east on the right.
Photos taken April 2022.