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Interstate 84 New York

Highway Information

Miles 71.79
Counties Traveled
Through
Orange, Dutchess,
Putnam
Cities Port Jervis, Middletown,
Newburgh, Beacon
Major Junctions New York 17/
Future Interstate 86
(Exits 4E-W)

Interstate 87
(Exit 7S)

Interstate 684
(Exit 20S)

OKRoads Coverage
Miles Driven
by OKRoads
(Percentage)
72 (100%)
Western End of
Interstate Driven
Pennsylvania State Line
Eastern End of
Interstate Driven
Connecticut State Line

Pictures

Interstate 84 East
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 1 - U.S. 6/New Jersey 23 - 1/2 mile. The New Jersey state highway is mistakenly signed as New York 23 on this sign. New York 23 is located in the east-central part of Upstate New York and travels through Norwich, Oneonta, and Hudson. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 1 - U.S. 6/New Jersey 23. Here, New Jersey 23 is signed with NJ 23 inside a circle, which is the state highway shield for the Garden State, minus the NJ at the top. The exit directly leads to Orange County 15, which connects U.S. 6 to the north with New Jersey 23 immediately to the south. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Welcome to New York sign located just past Exit 1. The newer welcome signs have the Statue of Liberty and I Love NY on the signs. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 2 - Orange County 35 - 1 mile. Mountain Road provides a north-south route through western Orange County. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 2 - Mountain Road. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exits 3E-W - U.S. 6 and New York 17M - 1 mile. U.S. 6 and New York 17M duplex for five miles between Middletown and Goshen. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 3E - U.S. 6 and New York 17M East - Goshen. The seat of Orange County, the town of Goshen is home to 12,913 residents. (Photos taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 3W - U.S. 6 and New York 17M West - Middletown. U.S. 6 departs the state highway one-half mile to the northwest and does not enter Middletown. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching the Orange County rest area - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The other Interstate 84 rest area in New York is 38 miles ahead between exits 16 and 17 in Dutchess County. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at the Orange County rest area. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exits 4E-W - New York 17 - 1 mile. New York 17 (future Interstate 86) is known as the Quickway between Binghamton and Harriman. It provides a mostly freeway through southern parts of Upstate New York. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use New York 17 East, U.S. 6 East, New York 293 North, and New York 218 North to West Point, home of the United States Military Academy. West Point is 30 miles from the upcoming cloverleaf interchange. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use Exit 4W to the State University of New York (SUNY) Orange campus in Middletown. Use Exit 4E to the area New York State Police precinct. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 4E - New York 17 East - 1/8 mile. The overpass carries Main Street over Interstate 84. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 4E - New York 17 East - New York City. Manhattan is 73 miles to the southeast. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 4W - New York 17 West - Binghamton. The city is 120 miles to the northwest. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Mileage sign on Interstate 84 East just past New York 17. The New York State Thruway (Interstate 87) is 16 miles ahead. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 5 - New York 208 - 1 mile. The state highway travels 35 miles from New York 17M in Monroe to New York 32 and New York 299 in New Paltz. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The town of New Paltz (pop. 12,830) is 20 miles to the north. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 5 - New York 208 - Maybrook/Walden. The truck parking is at a large truck stop on the south side of the Exit 5 diamond interchange. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 6 - New York 17K - 1 mile. New York 17K provides a connection from New York 17 to Newburgh. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Continue to Exit 7S (New York 300 South) to Stewart International Airport and the Newburgh state police station. The airport is located just south of Interstate 84 between New York 208 and Interstate 87. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 6 - New York 17K - Montgomery/Newburgh. A seven mile drive to the west awaits those going to the town of Montgomery, population 20,891. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exits 7N-S - New York 300 and Interstate 87 - 1 mile. The state highway is given precedence because it is used to make the connection to the New York State Thruway. The thruway carries Interstate 87 for 148 miles, and carries Interstate 90 for its remaining 348 miles. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East crosses the thruway prior to the departure of the Exit 7S ramp. Just past the yellow exit ramp advisory speed sign is where Interstate 87 passes underneath Interstate 84, which is also part of the New York State Thruway system. Interstate 84 is toll-free except for the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, where a $1 toll is charged. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 7S - New York 300/Union Avenue southbound and Interstate 87/Thruway. The Interstate 87 shield on the sign is nearly completely faded. This interchange is currently under reconstruction that will provide direct connections between Interstate 84 and Interstate 87. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 7N - New York 300 North/Union Avenue. This sign appears before Interstate 84 heads underneath the state highway. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 8 - New York 52 - 1/2 mile. New York 300 crosses over the interstate in this view. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 8 - New York 52 - Walden. The state highway will duplex with Interstate 84 until Exit 12. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 and New York 52 East
Interstate 84 and New York 52 East assurance shields immediately east of Exit 8. The duplex is seven miles long. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 and New York 52 East approaching Exit 10 - U.S. 9W/New York 32 - 1 mile. U.S. 9W runs along the western banks of the Hudson River. Exit 10 is the final exit before the toll Newburgh-Beacon Bridge. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
West Point is 12 miles to the south via U.S. 9W and New York 218. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use Exit 10 to the escort area for overweight vehicles. Vehicles over the 53 ton weight limit must be escorted over the bridge. No escorts over the bridge are allowed during the morning and evening rush periods. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 and New York 52 East at Exit 10 - U.S. 9W and New York 32 - Newburgh. The city of Newburgh is home to 28,259 according to the 2000 census. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 and New York 52 East approaching Exit 11 - New York 9D - 2 1/2 miles. The foliage covers up the distance to the exit, which is just past the toll plaza for the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 and New York 52 East as they head underneath Balmville Road prior to the beginning of the Hudson River crossing. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The toll booths are 1 1/2 miles away on the eastern side of the Hudson River. Cars pay a $1 toll to use the bridge. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
View of the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge as we begin crossing the Hudson River. The bridge is operated by the New York State Bridge Authority, which operates four other bridges across the Hudson River between Albany and Peekskill. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The official name of the bridge is the Hamilton Fish Newburgh-Beacon Bridge. The south (eastbound) span of the bridge is 7,789 feet long, while the north (westbound) span is slightly longer at 7,855 feet. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Lane signals appear throughout the bridge. On this day, the three main lanes were all open but the shoulder was closed for driving. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The speed limit falls to 40 as the bridge nears its eastern end. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Exit 11 for New York 9D departs immediately after the toll plaza. Business New York 52 also begins here and travels through the city of Beacon. Construction was ongoing at the toll plaza to either add more toll lanes or for possible open-road tolling. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 and New York 52 East at the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge toll plaza. On this day we were in lane 5, one of four full service lanes. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Mileage sign on Interstate 84 and New York 52 East after Exit 11. For the first time, Danbury, Connecticut appears on a mileage sign, 36 miles to the west. The city is just east of the state line. The Taconic State Parkway, a north-south alternative to the Thruway between New York City and Albany, is 11 miles ahead. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 and New York 52 East approaching Exit 12 - New York 52 - 1 mile. From Exit 12, the state highway heads east through Fishkill, Brinckerhoff, and Lake Carmel before ending at U.S. 6 in Carmel. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 and New York 52 East at Exit 12 - New York 52 - Fishkill. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 13 - U.S. 9 - 1 mile. U.S. 9 stays relatively close to Interstate 87 through Upstate New York. Both highways have their northern terminus at nearly the same point at the Canadian border. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use U.S. 9 North to the Dutchess County Airport. The town of Fishkill is near the intersection of U.S. 9 and New York 52. Also located near this interchange is the site of the Dutchess Mall, which has now been redeveloped into a Home Depot and other retail stores. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 13 - U.S. 9 - Poughkeepsie/Peekskill. The city of Poughkeepsie (pop. 29,871) is 15 miles to the north. Surrounding the city is the town of Poughkeepsie, which has a population of 42,777. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 15 - Lime Kiln Road - 1 mile. Lime Kiln Road (also known as Dutchess County 27 north of Interstate 84) provides connections from Interstate 84 to New York 52 and New York 82. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
A Park & Ride facility is located near the Exit 15 interchange. By looking at the scenery, it's easy to forget that we are less than 100 miles north of the largest city in the country. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 15 - Lime Kiln Road. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exits 16S-N - Taconic State Parkway - 1 mile. The Taconic State Parkway does not allow commercial vehicles to travel on it and is a very scenic drive from the Bronx River Parkway in White Plains to Interstate 90 in East Chatham. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exits 16S-N - Taconic State Parkway - 1/2 mile. Every sign for the exit states that the parkway is to be used by passenger vehicles only. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 16S - Taconic State Parkway South - New York City. The parkway ends 37 miles to the south at New York 22 and the Bronx River Parkway at a traffic circle. (Photos taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 16N - Taconic State Parkway North - Albany. The capital city is 94 miles to the north of this cloverleaf interchange. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching the Dutchess County rest area - 1 mile. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
This is the second and final rest area on Interstate 84 in New York. The next one is 17 miles ahead in Danbury, Connecticut. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at the Dutchess County rest area. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 17 - Dutchess County 40 - 1 mile. Ludingtonville Road provides an alternate route between New York 52 (which is just west of Interstate 84 here; the interstate runs northwest-to-southeast between exits 16 and 20) and New York 311, which is served by Exit 18. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 17 - Dutchess County 40/Ludingtonville Road. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 18 - New York 311 - 1 mile. New York 311 begins at New York 52 in Lake Carmel one mile to the west of Exit 18 and goes east past Interstate 84 before turning north to Patterson. Between Patterson and New York 22, the highway again travels east-west. Throughout the highway's 6.1 miles, it is signed north-south. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Another Park & Ride lot is located near Exit 18. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use either of the next two exits to the town of Carmel, population 33,006. The town is four miles to the south via New York 311 and New York 52. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 18 - New York 311 - Lake Carmel/Patterson. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 19 - New York 312 - 1 mile. New York 312 is a 4.4 mile connector between U.S. 6 and New York 22. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use Exit 19 to the Southeast station of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Metro-North Railroad Harlem Line. The village of Brewster is also home to a state police station. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 19 - New York 312 - Carmel/Brewster. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exits 20S-N - Interstate 684/U.S. 6/U.S. 202/New York 22 - 2 miles. Interstate 684 provides the main connection from Interstate 84 travelers coming from Connecticut to New York City. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 20S - Interstate 684 South - 1 mile, and Exit 20N - U.S. 6/U.S. 202/New York 22 - 1 1/2 miles. Just to the north of this modified cloverleaf interchange is the final interchange on Interstate 684 at U.S. 6 and U.S. 202. Interstate 684 becomes New York 22 after the freeway ends. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use Exit 20S (Interstate 684 South) to New York City. The largest city in the nation is home to over 8 million people. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 20S - Interstate 684 South - White Plains/New York City. The city of White Plains is 30 miles to the south and is home to 53,077 people. (Photos taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 20N - U.S. 6/U.S. 202/New York 22 - Brewster/Pawling. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Mileage sign on Interstate 84 East just past Interstate 684. Danbury is 8 miles ahead, and Hartford is 65 miles away. If you see this sign, you will be entering Connecticut. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East passes by mile marker 70 as we are informed that the next seven exits can be used to the city of Danbury, Connecticut. Danbury is the Constitution State's 7th largest city with a population of 74,848. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Connecticut Exit 1 - Saw Mill Road - 1 mile. The exit ramp departs while Interstate 84 is still in New York, so we will cover all of Connecticut's Exit 1 on this page. Saw Mill Road provides a north-south arterial near the state line and passes by the Union Carbide Danbury business center. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The Connecticut Welcome Center is located via Exit 2 in two miles. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Connecticut Exit 1 - Saw Mill Road - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 1 - Saw Mill Road. The interstate officially enters Connecticut about halfway through the exit ramps to the west of Saw Mill Road. (Photo taken 7/9/05)

Page created: January 08, 2006
Last updated: January 10, 2006