Veterans Highway
Eastbound Views
Veterans Highway begins at Jericho Turnpike (NY 25) in Commack and runs southeast as a four-lane divided highway.
Photos taken July 2021.
There is a partial interchange with the Sunken Meadow Parkway.
Photos taken July 2021.
Veterans Highway continues southeast to Hauppauge. There are traffic lights at Harned Road, Wyandanch Boulevard, and Lincoln Avenue.
Photos taken July 2021.
There is an entrance to the Northern Parkway, which begins here and runs west.
Photos taken July 2021.
The eastbound lanes of the Northern Parkway merge in from the right.
Photo taken July 2021.
NY 347 begins at the eastern terminus of the Northern Parkway and runs east along Veterans Highway, multiplexed with NY 454. A sign informs drivers that the two routes split 2 miles ahead.
Photo taken February 2020.
Veterans Highway runs east through Hauppauge. There are traffic lights at New Highway and Old Willets Path.
Photos taken February 2020.
There are a number of state and county office buildings along this stretch.
Photos taken February 2020.
NY 347 splits off to the left as Smithtown Bypass. Bear right to stay on Veterans Highway, which carries only the NY 454 designation east of this point.
Photos taken February 2020.
There is a traffic light at Wheeler Road (NY 111).
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Lincoln Boulevard.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Spartan Lane.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at the Motor Parkway (CR 67). Turn left to go east or right to go west.
Photos taken November 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Islandia! There is an interchange with the Long Island Expressway (I-495).
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Blydenburgh Road.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Sycamore Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
Old Nichols Road begins on the left at a traffic light. Suffolk Avenue (CR 100) begins on the right.
Photos taken November 2020.
Veterans Highway passes over the Main Line of the Long Island Rail Road.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Connetquot Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at a trail crossing.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a stretch with no intersections as Veterans Highway passes through the northern end of Connetquot River State Park Preserve.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at 13th Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at 5th Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Remington Avenue and Washington Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Alexander Boulevard and Sycamore Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Ocean Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Locust Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Lakeland Avenue (CR 93). Turn left to go north or right to go south. There is no county route signage at this intersection.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Orville Drive.
Photos taken November 2020.
Johnson Avenue (CR 112) begins on the right at a traffic light. Turn left for Long Island MacArthur Airport.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Trade Zone Drive and Central Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Lincoln Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Broadway Avenue. Turn right here for access to Sunrise Highway (NY 27) west.
Photos taken November 2020.
Veterans Highway ends here, merging into the eastbound service road on Sunrise Highway (NY 27).
Photos taken November 2020.

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