Broadway, Albany Post Road, South Highland Avenue, North Highland Avenue, Croton Expressway
Northbound Views
Welcome to Westchester County! The first city in Westchester through which Broadway passes is Yonkers.
Photos taken October 2020.
Nepperhan Avenue begins on the right at this traffic light.
Photos taken October 2020.
Broadway continues north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
The roadway splits. Bear right for Palisade Avenue or left to stay on Broadway. Hopefully, you know where you're going if you're trying to follow US 9 through here because there's no signage.
Photos taken October 2020.
Broadway is a northbound one-way street for a short stretch here.
Photos taken October 2020.
The northbound and southbound lanes come back together.
Photos taken October 2020.
There is a traffic light at Ashburton Avenue. NY 9A splits off to the right here. Once again, there is no signage.
Photo taken October 2020.
Broadway continues north through Yonkers as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
Executive Boulevard begins on the right at a traffic light.
Photo taken October 2020.
Heading out of Yonkers, Broadway widens to four lanes.
Photos taken October 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Hastings-on-Hudson!
Photo taken October 2020.
The northbound and southbound lanes of Broadway split into separate roadways.
Photos taken October 2020.
Broadway narrows down to a single lane in each direction.
Photos taken October 2020.
The northbound and southbound lanes come back together to form a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
Broadways widens to four lanes again.
Photos taken October 2020.
Farragut Avenue (CR 151) begins on the right at a traffic light.
Photos taken October 2020.
Broadway runs north as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
Warburton Avenue (CR 75) begins on the left at a traffic light. The left lane becomes a left turn lane and drops out here.
Photos taken October 2020.
Broadway runs north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2020.
Welcome to Dobbs Ferry!
Photos taken October 2020.
Broadway widens to four lanes again and then narrows back down to two lanes after a short distance.
Photos taken October 2020.
Turn left at this traffic light to stay on Broadway. Ashford Avenue (CR 134) begins straight ahead.
Photos taken July 2016.
Broadway runs north through Dobbs Ferry as a two-lane undivided road. After a short distance, it widens to four lanes.
Photos taken October 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Irvington!
Photos taken October 2020.
Broadway narrows down to two lanes and then widens to four lanes again after a short distance.
Photos taken October 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Tarrytown!
Photos taken October 2020.
There is an interchange with the New York Thruway (I-87/I-287). White Plains Road (NY 119) begins on the right here. Turn right onto White Plains Road for an entrance to the Thruway northbound.
Photos taken October 2020.
North of the Thruway, Broadway narrows down to two lanes.
Photos taken June 2012.
Benedict Avenue (CR 15) begins on the right at this traffic light.
Photo taken June 2012.
Broadway runs north through Tarrytown.
Photos taken 2012–2015.
Welcome to the Village of Sleepy Hollow! It's legendary.
Photos taken June 2015.
Bedford Road (NY 448) begins on the right at a traffic light. Bear left to stay on Broadway.
Photos taken June 2015.
Broadway continues north through Sleepy Hollow.
Photos taken 2015–2020.
There is a grade-separated interchange with Phelps Way (NY 117) and Rockwood Road.
Photos taken November 2020.
North of the interchange, US 9 is known as Albany Post Road. The northbound side has an extra lane going uphill. A pedestrian overpass carries the Old Croton Aqueduct over the road.
Photos taken January 2022.
At the top of the hill, the climbing lane ends.
Photos taken January 2022.
Welcome to the Village of Briarcliff Manor!
Photos taken January 2022.
Welcome to the Village of Ossining! Here, US 9 is called South Highland Avenue.
Photos taken January 2022.
Croton Avenue (NY 133) begins on the right at the second traffic light.
Photos taken January 2022.
Skipping about a mile, there is an exit on the right for Croton River Road.
Photo taken March 2022.
Welcome to the Village of Croton-on-Hudson! There is an exit for Croton Point Avenue (CR 7).
Photos taken March 2022.
There is an exit for South Riverside Avenue (NY 9A) and Municipal Place (NY 129).
Photos taken March 2022.
There is an exit for North Riverside Avenue (NY 9A) and Senasqua Road.
Photos taken March 2022.
There is an exit for Albany Post Road (NY 9A).
Photos taken March 2022.
There is an exit for Welcher Avenue (CR 92).
Photos taken March 2022.
There is an exit for Louisa Street (CR 155).
Photos taken March 2022.
There is an exit for South Street and Hudson Avenue.
Photos taken March 2022.
There is an exit for Main Street (US 6/US 202/NY 35) east. Westbound US 6 and US 202 are multiplexed with US 9 straight ahead. NY 35 begins at this exit.
Photos taken November 2016.
The Croton Expressway ends here at a traffic light. The Bear Mountain Parkway begins straight ahead. Turn left to stay on US 9/US 6/US 202.
Photos taken November 2016.
There is a bridge over Annsville Creek. On the other side, there is a traffic circle. US 6/US 202 splits off here to become Bear Mountain Bridge Road. US 9 continues north as Albany Post Road.
Photos taken November 2016.
Albany Post Road runs north as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken November 2016.
Albany Post Road narrows down to two lanes.
Photos taken November 2016.
North to Putnam County