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Where are the exits on the New York State Thruway?

Where are the exits on the New York State Thruway?

In most cases, the Directory shows exits on portions of the Thruway closest to the listed community. Emphasis is, however, on superhighway links, which provide safe, swift means of travel. Other exits may take you to routes that are shorter or more scenic.

Where is the New York State Thruway in Albany?

For most of its length, it follows the New York State Thruway, though a small section in Albany is maintained by the Department of Transportation. The section in Albany was originally planned to run along US 20 through Pittsfield to East Lee, MA, but opposition rerouted I-90 to the Berkshire Spur instead.

Where to take Exit 8 off the Thruway?

For sections off the Mainline, the Directory provides the exit to be taken from the Mainline, followed by the highway section letters/numbers, and the section exit number. For example, 8 – CW 1 means you are to take Mainline Exit 8 to the Cross Westchester Section (I-287), and then take Exit 1 from the Cross Westchester Section.

What are the exit numbers for the Thruway?

The following letters/numbers indicate highway sections off the Mainline. For sections off the Mainline, the Directory provides the exit to be taken from the Mainline, followed by the highway section letters/numbers, and the section exit number.

Mainline I-87/I-90 Exit Number Description Milepost 22 Selkirk – NY Routes 144 & 396 134.93 23 Albany (Downtown) – Troy – Rensselaer – 141.92 24 Albany – Montreal – I-90 East – I-87 Nor 148.15 25 Schenectady – I-890 – NY Routes 7 & 146 153.83

When was the New York State Thruway added?

The New York State Canal Corporation, Cross-Westchester Expressway, and Interstate 84 were added to the Thruway system in 1992 when toll collection was extended after the bonds were paid off.

When did NYSDOT take over the Niagara Thruway?

Interstate 84 was transferred back to NYSDOT in 2010 as part of a deal to eliminate the Buffalo and Black Rock toll barriers on the Niagara Thruway, and the Canal Corporation was transferred to the New York Power Authority in 2016. County line signs are not posted on the mainline, Berkshire Extension, or the Niagara section.