West Street, 11 Avenue, 12 Avenue, Henry Hudson Parkway, Broadway, Ashburton Avenue, Saw Mill River Road, South Central Avenue, North Central Avenue, Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway, South Riverside Avenue, North Riverside Avenue, Albany Post Road
Northbound Views
Located immediately after the southern terminus of the FDR Drive, exit 2 is for the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel (I-478).
Photos taken February 2014.
West Street runs north through lower Manhattan. There is an unnumbered left exit for Murray Street and another one for Warren Street and Chambers Street. Exit 3 is for Canal Street and the Holland Tunnel (I-78).
Photos taken December 2004.
Exit 4 is for 10 Avenue. West Street ends at the exit. NY 9A continues straight ahead as 11 Avenue.
Photos taken June 2011.
11 Avenue runs north for a short distance and then splits off to the right. Bear right onto 11 Avenue for access to West 23 Street. Continue straight ahead onto 12 Avenue to stay on NY 9A.
Photos taken June 2011.
Exit 5 is for West 30 Street. Exit 6 is for West 40 Street. Both exits provide access to the Lincoln Tunnel (NY 495). Trucks must use exit 6 to access the tunnel. Although the tunnel is designated a state route in both New York and New Jersey, signs on the New York side of the border mark it as an interstate.
Photos taken June-November 2011.
Exit 7 is for West 56 Street and West 57 Street.
Photos taken November 2011.
Exit 8 is for West 59 Street and the ship terminal. All trucks must exit here. The Henry Hudson Parkway begins straight ahead. NY 9A is routed along the parkway from here into the Bronx.
Photos taken November 2011.
North to Westchester County

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