Interstate 84 New York

The New York State Thruway Authority maintains the 70-mile stretch of Interstate 84 through Orange, Dutchess, and Putnam Counties in New York. The freeway is not tolled, despite the authority control, and carries four lanes overall between Port Jervis and Brewster. Historically Interstate 84 and 87 were to share pavement between the New York Thruway at Newburgh and the Interstate 684 freeway at Brewster. When it was decided to reroute Interstate 87 onto the Thruway mainline from Elmsford northward, Interstate 684 was born.

Interstate 84 New York Highway Guides

Interstate 84 scenes
New York 312 westbound at the eastbound on-ramp to Interstate 84 at Exit 19. Interstate 84 east continues to Brewster and Danbury, Connecticut, while New York 312 ends in one mile at U.S. 6 near the Middle Branch Reservoir. An access road stems southward from this intersection to the Southeast Railroad Station. Photo taken 06/26/05.

Page Updated January 9, 2008.

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