Interstate 695

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Interstate 695 links I-295 and the Throgs Neck Bridge with I-95 along the Bruckner Expressway within Bronx, New York. The 1.52 mile long route extends the Throgs Neck Expressway north from I-295 (Cross Bronx Expressway) at the Throgs Neck and Edgewater Park neighborhoods to I-95 between the Pelham Bay and Country Club communities.

I-695 was originally designated along the proposed Queens Interborough Expressway north from the proposed Cross Brooklyn Expressway (I-878) to I-278 along the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in Queens. This was approved by AASHO on June 23, 1969. The Queens Interborough Expressway was never built, and I-695 was eventually reassigned to the Throgs Neck Expressway over I-295 Spur in 1986.

Interstate 695 North
Interstate 695 (Throgs Neck Expressway) splits with I-295 (Cross Bronx Expressway) at a wye interchange by the Edgewater Park community. The lone exit northbound is for Lafayette Avenue. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Lafayette Avenue heads four blocks east from the Throgs Neck Expressway service road to Dean Avenue. Dean Avenue runs north to become Stadium Avenue in the Country Club community. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Randall Avenue spans I-695 (Throgs Neck Expressway) northbound at the Lafayette Avenue off-ramp. Lafayette Avenue angles southwest to Schuylerville. Photo taken 08/09/04.
I-695 confirming marker posted ahead of the Lafayette Avenue overpass. Photo taken 08/09/04.
An end shield for Interstate 695 stands at the wye interchange joining the Throgs Neck Expressway with I-95 (Bruckner Expressway) northbound. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Traffic from I-695 merges onto the left side of I-95 (Bruckner Expressway) beyond the departure of Exit 7C to Country Club Road and Pelham Bay Park. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 695 South
I-695 extends a half mile south from I-95 (Bruckner Expressway) to the Randall Avenue off-ramp at Schuylerville. Photo taken 08/29/05.
The first confirming marker for I-695 south precedes the Lafayette Avenue overpass. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Randall Avenue crosses the Throgs Neck Expressway four blocks west of Eastchester Bay en route to I-295 (Cross Bronx Expressway) and St. Raymond's Cemetery. Photo taken 08/29/05.
The exit for Randall Avenue originally split with separate ramps for Philip Avenue west and the Throgs Neck Expressway service road south. The second ramp closed by 2016. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Southbound Interstate 695 reduces to two lanes at the Randall Avenue over crossing. Photo taken 08/29/05.
The succeeding exit along I-295 south beyond the merge with I-695 connects with Locust Point, Fort Schuyler and SUNY Maritime College. Photo taken 08/29/05.
Interstate 695 concludes at a wye interchange with I-295 just ahead of the Throgs Neck Bridge toll plaza. I-295 crosses the East River south to Beechhurst and Bay Terrace in Queens. Photo taken 08/29/05.
The Throgs Neck Bridge comes into view at the left side merge of I-695 with I-295 (Cross Bronx Expressway) south. A weaving traffic pattern ensues for Exit 9 to Harding Avenue and Pennyfield Avenue to the Throgs Neck and Edgewater Park communities. Photo taken 08/29/05.



Photo Credits:

    08/09/04 by AARoads and Carter Buchanan. 08/29/05 by AARoads.

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Interstate 95
Interstate 295

Page Updated 03-04-2020.