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New England Thruway

The New England Thruway consists of Interstate 95 between Pelham Parkway and the Connecticut Turnpike. The toll road is maintained by the New York State Thruway Authority.

Interstate 95 Northbound
New England Thruway proclamation sign posted after the Exit 9 ramp departure onto the parallel Hutchinson River Parkway northbound. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Exit 10 consists of a left-hand off-ramp onto the westbound beginning of Gun Hill Road from the Interstate 95 interchange with the Hutch. Gun Hill Road ventures through the Baychester, Williams Bridge, and Norwood communities in the north Bronx. Large nets in the background are associated with a golf driving range. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Exit 11 departs in quick progression onto the Baychester Avenue frontage street near Bay Plaza Shopping Center and Co-Op City. Bartow Avenue intersects Baychester Avenue in an east-west fashion between Co-Op City Boulevard and Gun Hill Road. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Six lanes of Interstate 95 (New England Thruway) continue through the Exit 11 modified-diamond interchange with Bartow Avenue. High rises of Co-Op City appear between the New England Thruway and the Hutchinson River to the east. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Baychester Avenue diverges from Interstate 95 in a northwest trajectory to East Chester and Wakefield in the north Bronx at Exit 12. A left-hand off-ramp provides a direct connection from the New England Thruway northbound. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 95 northbound at the split with Baychester Avenue (Exit 12). An on-ramp joins the freeway from the Baychester Avenue frontage street to the right. Baychester Avenue northwest intersects U.S. 1 (Boston Road) and East 223rd Street at Seton Falls Park within one mile. Photo taken 08/29/05.
The final Co-Op City area off-ramp serves Conner Street at Exit 13 on Interstate 95 northbound. Conner Street and Peartree Avenue join the New England Thruway with Co-Op City Boulevard to the south. Co-Op City itself represents three dozen or so middle-class high rise towers built on reclaimed land in the Hutchinson River watershed. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Conner Street becomes Provost Avenue north of its intersection with U.S. 1 (Boston Road) nearby. Provost Avenue in turn becomes 3rd Avenue at the New York City line with Mount Vernon. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Attached to the Dyre Avenue pedestrian over crossing is the Exit 13 overhead directing motorists onto the adjacent Tillotson Avenue. Tillotson Avenue continues Baychester Avenue as the northbound side frontage street of Interstate 95 through to the Hutchinson River. Conner Street intersects Tillotson Avenue nearby. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Northbound reassurance shield posted on the Interstate 95 ascend across the Hutchinson River. Interstate 95 skims the northern reaches of Pelham Bay Park before departing the City of New York. Photo taken 08/29/05.
After a ramp from the Hutch onto Interstate 95 north at Pelham Bay Park, Interstate 95 enters Pelham Manor. Pictured here is the one-half mile guide sign for Exit 15, junction U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road). The Boston Post Road represents the pre-freeway through route between New York and New Haven, Connecticut. U.S. 1 follows the road through the cities of New Rochelle, Rye, and Mamaroneck. Photo taken 08/29/05.
A half-cloverleaf interchange joins Interstate 95 with U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road) near the Pelham Manor and New Rochelle city limit. Kings Highway meets Boston Post Road nearby to provide a route into Pelham to the west. Photo taken 08/29/05.
A second overhead directs motorists onto U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road) from Interstate 95 (New England Thruway) northbound. U.S. 1 enters Pelham Manor to the west on the 1.25-mile drive to junction Hutchinson River Parkway. Northward, the federal highway transitions into Main Street for downtown New Rochelle. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 95 enters the central business district area of New Rochelle at the Exit 16 interchange complex with Cedar Street, North Avenue, Memorial Highway, Garden Street, and River Streets. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 95 northbound at the Division Street over crossing in New Rochelle. Exit 16 ahead serves the New Rochelle station of the New York Metro line and the New Rochelle City shopping complex. Photo taken 08/29/05.
North Avenue passes over Interstate 95 northbound ahead of the Exit 16 off-ramp onto the parallel Garden Street. North Avenue heads north from Pelham Road to Wilmot Road and Mill Road in north New Rochelle. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Exit 16 parts ways with Interstate 95 northbound and meets Garden Street nearby. Garden Street provides the link to North Avenue, Memorial Highway, Cedar and River Streets. River and Cedar Streets lead south to Hugenot Street and junction U.S. 1 (Main Street) at the New Rochelle City area. Memorial Highway loops northwest to North Avenue and Norman Rockwell Boulevard. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Exit 16 represents the last departure point ahead of the lone New England Thruway toll plaza in New Rochelle. All passenger vehicles are levied a $1.25 toll for using the northbound freeway. Photo taken 08/29/05.
The New York Thruway authority maintains the New England Thruway section of Interstate 95. That segment of freeway consists of Interstate 95 between the Hutchinson River Parkway & Bruckner Expressway interchange northward to the Connecticut state line. Although the stretch is maintained by funds derived from tolls, only the stretch between Exits 16 and 17 in New Rochelle is tolled. Pictured here is the New England Thruway toll barrier on Interstate 95 northbound. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Exit 17 quickly departs Interstate 95 northbound beyond the New England Thruway toll plaza for Jefferson Street and Chatsworth and Madison Avenues. Chatsworth Avenue stems northwest from downtown Larchmont to Rockingstone Avenue and Forest Avenues in unincorporated Westchester County. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 95 northbound leaves the Larchmont area for Mamaroneck on the drive between Exits 17 and 18A. Pictured here is the one-mile overhead for Exit 18A and Fenimore Road at the Weaver Street (New York 125) overpass. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 95 enters the city of Mamaroneck at the Rockland Avenue over crossing. Leaving the freeway ahead is Exit 18A onto Fenimore Road. Fenimore Road links U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road) in Mamaroneck with Griffin Avenue and New York 125 (Weaver Street) at Scarsdale. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Exit 18A descends to Fenimore Road from Interstate 95 (New England Thruway) northbound. Fenimore Road intersects Waverly Road in 0.25 miles and U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road) in 0.75 miles at Harbor Island Park. Waverly Road provides a 0.3-mile long connector to Mamaroneck Avenue. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Mamaroneck Avenue intersects Interstate 95 in the form of two interchanges at Exit 18B. A loop ramp enters I-95 northbound from a southbound access road at Saxon Woods Park. A northbound off-ramp connects Interstate 95 north with Mamaroneck Avenue north for Harrison and White Plains to the east of there. Mamaroneck Avenue comprises a main north-south arterial between Mamaroneck and downtown White Plains. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 95 leaves Mamaroneck for the city of Harrison near the West Street over crossing. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 95 continues northeast toward the Exit 19 trumpet interchange with Playland Parkway at Rye. Playland Parkway constitutes an east-west roadway between New England Thruway and the Playland Amusement Park at Westchester County Playland Park. Photo taken 08/29/05.
A long off-ramp departs Interstate 95 northbound for the tight interchange with Playland Parkway east at Exit 19. Playland Parkway intersects Theodore Fremd Ave and U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road) within the next half mile. Theodore Fremd Avenue leads west to Harrison and in conjunction with North Street, north to Harrison. Photo taken 08/29/05.
U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road) crosses paths with Interstate 95 (New England Thruway) again near the Rye and Port Chester city line adjacent to the Interstate 287 eastern terminus. Exit 20 consists of a single off-ramp to U.S. 1 near its intersection with New York 120 (Purchase Street) at downtown Rye. Exit 21 provides a bypass route for U.S. 1 north to Port Chester. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 95 draws to within 1.50 miles of its final three New York state interchanges: Exit 20 with U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road) south, Exit 21 with Interstate 287 (Cross-Westchester Expressway) westbound and U.S. 1 north, and Exit 22 with Midland Avenue. Photo taken 08/29/05.
One half mile south of the Interstate 287 (Cross-Westchester Expressway) westbound beginning at Exit 21 on Interstate 95 north at the Central Avenue overpass. The Cross-Westchester Expressway is maintained by the New York Thruway authority though no tolls are collected on it. The freeway ventures through to Harrison, White Plains, and Elmsford across Westchester County. Interstate 287 merges with Interstate 87 on the New York Thruway mainline to span the Hudson River between Tarrytown and Nyack via the Tappan Zee Bridge. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Exit 20 departs Interstate 95 northbound onto U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road) southbound for downtown Rye and junction New York 120 (Purchase Street). Photo taken 08/29/05.
The close proximity of U.S. 1 to the Interstate 95 & 287 interchange allows for northbound connections to the Boston Post Road to be made by Interstate 287 west (Exit 12). U.S. 1 continues north from I-287 into downtown Port Chester via Main Street. Interstate 287 (Cross-West Chester Expressway) otherwise entails the northern bypass route of the New York city metropolitan area between Connecticut and Northern New Jersey. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 287 westbound traffic departs Interstate 95 northbound for the Tappan Zee Bridge, Suffern, and Albany (via Interstate 87 north). The loop ramp onto the Cross-Westchester Expressway splits with the U.S. 1 northbound ramp nearby. Exit 22 and U.S. 1 (Boston Post Road) both serve downtown Port Chester. Photo taken 08/29/05.

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Page Updated December 24, 2005.