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
In Yonkers, NY 9A splits off from Broadway (US 9) and turns onto Ashburton Avenue, which runs east as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road begins on the left at a traffic light. Turn left here to stay on NY 9A. Ashburton Avenue continues straight ahead as a local street.
Photo taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road runs north through Yonkers as a two-lane undivided road. There are a number of warehouses and self-storage facilities along this stretch.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road passes under the Saw Mill Parkway. Immediately thereafter, there is a traffic light. Turn left to stay on Saw Mill River Road. Tuckahoe Road begins straight ahead and provides access to the New York Thruway (I-87).
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road continues north past some more warehouses. There is an overpass where the South County Trailway, a rail trail, crosses the road.
Photos taken November 2020.
Heading out of Yonkers, the surroundings become more wooded. There is no signage at the city line as Saw Mill River Road enters the Town of Greenburgh.
Photos taken November 2020.
Farragut Avenue begins on the left at a traffic light. Turn left here for a northbound entrance to the Saw Mill Parkway.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road continues north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Jackson Avenue and Ravensdale Road.
Photo taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road continues north toward Ardsley.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is advance signage for the upcoming partial interchange with the New York Thruway (I-87).
Photos taken November 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Ardsley!
Photos taken November 2020.
There is an entrance to the New York Thruway (I-87) south.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road widens to four lanes as it passes under the New York Thruway (I-87) and then narrows down to two lanes again immediately thereafter. There is no northbound entrance here.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Ashford Avenue (CR 134). CR 134 begins to the left. The section to the right is a local street.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road continues north through Ardsley.
Photos taken November 2020.
Welcome to the Town of Greenburgh! Here, Saw Mill River Road runs right next to the New York Thruway (I-87), but there is no interchange.
Photos taken November 2020.
Dobbs Ferry Road (NY 100B) begins on the right at a traffic light.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road continues north next to the Thruway.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road curves away from the Thruway.
Photos taken November 2020.
Coming into Elmsford, Saw Mill River Road becomes South Central Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at NY 119. Turn right onto East Main Street to go east or left onto West Main Street to go west.
Photos taken November 2020.
NY 9A changes names to become North Central Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is an interchange with the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287). Turn right at the first traffic light to go east or left at the second traffic light to go west.
Photos taken November 2020.
North of the expressway, Saw Mill River Road is a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a grade-separated interchange with Grasslands Road (NY 100C) and Old Saw Mill River Road (CR 303). The exit ramp is currently closed due to construction.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road runs north through Valhalla and Hawthorne.
Photos taken November 2020.
Turn left at this traffic light for an entrance to the Saw Mill Parkway north.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road continues north through Hawthorne.
Photos taken November 2020.
Saw Mill River Road widens to become a four-lane divided highway called the Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway. There is an exit for Broadway (NY 141) north and Bradhurst Avenue (NY 100) south.
Photos taken November 2020.
The Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway passes under the Saw Mill Parkway, but there is no interchange when travelling in this direction. A ramp from Broadway (NY 141) and Bradhurst Avenue (NY 100) merges in from the right.
Photos taken November 2020.
NY 9A and NY 100 are multiplexed along the Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway. There is a left exit for Bedford Road (NY 117).
Photos taken August 2020.
The Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway merges with ramps from Bedford Road (NY 117) and the Taconic Parkway.
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Briarcliff Manor! There is an exit for Pleasantville Road (CR 40).
Photos taken August 2013.
NY 9A and NY 100 split. Take the exit on the right for Saw Mill River Road to stay on NY 100. Continue straight ahead along the Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway to stay on NY 9A.
Photos taken August 2013.
There is a traffic light at North State Road (CR 154).
Photos taken August 2013.
There is a traffic light at Chappaqua Road.
Photos taken August 2013.
There is an exit for Croton Avenue (NY 133).
Photo taken August 2013.
The parkway curves to the west.
Photos taken August 2013.
There is a traffic light at Croton Dam Road (NY 134).
Photo taken August 2013.
There is an exit for Hawkes Avenue.
Photos taken August 2013.
There is an exit for Cedar Lane.
Photos taken August 2013.
There is an exit for Shady Lane Farm Road. Straight ahead, the Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway merges with North Highland Avenue (US 9) to form the Croton Expressway. The two routes are multiplexed along the expressway for a couple of exits.
Photos taken August 2013.
After a couple of exits, NY 9A splits off from the Croton Expressway (US 9). There is a stop sign at the end of the ramp. Turn right onto Municipal Place to stay on NY 9A.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is a traffic light at South Riverside Avenue. Turn left to stay on NY 9A. Continue straight ahead on Municipal Place for NY 129, which begins here. Turn right for CR 305.
Photo taken August 2020.
South Riverside Avenue runs north next to the Croton Expressway (US 9). After a short distance, it becomes North Riverside Avenue.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is an entrance to the Croton Expressway (US 9) on the left. The ramp also provides access to Senasqua Road.
Photos taken August 2020.
North Riverside Avenue runs north as a two-lane undivided road. Heading out of town, it changes name again to become Albany Post Road.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is an interchange with the Croton Expressway (US 9).
Photos taken August 2020.
Albany Post Road continues north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to Montrose!
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Buchanan!
Photos taken August 2020.
Albany Post Road widens to four lanes and passes under the Hudson Line of the Metro-North Railroad.
Photos taken August 2020.
NY 9A ends here at an interchange with the Croton Expressway (US 9).
Photos taken August 2020.

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