New York Roads - NY 119
EB in Elmsford at a confusing sign, courtesy Michael Summa. The ramp to the left is the end of the Cross-Westchester Expressway, which splits to go to New York (south via I-87) or... Upstate (north via I-87/287). So why is Upstate signed straight ahead? For once, a state signs traffic to use the free way, I-287 EB to the Taconic State Parkway NB. This sign dates from a short time when NYSDOT riveted on reflective letters to semi-reflective backgrounds on these LGS's.
On top of some new NY 100 shields, 119 EB keeps its old shield and an old-style arrow underneath. 100 itself has more old shields at this intersection.
Running through the SB/EB duplex to the breakup at the Bronx River Parkway onramp (Central Avenue). Up here, the Parkway is an expressway, not a freeway, meaning that Central Ave. comes to a traffic signal to allow access to/from both directions of the Parkway.
Facing the other direction, NY 119 WB before and then at NY 100.
Onto NY 100
Onto the Bronx River Parkway
Into Westchester County
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