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Interstate 90 New York
Westbound - U.S. 219 to Pennsylvania State Line

Highway Information

Miles 385.48
Counties Traveled
Through
Chautauqua, Erie,
Genesee, Monroe,
Ontario, Seneca,
Cayuga, Onondaga,
Madison, Oneida,
Herkimer, Montgomery,
Schenectady, Albany,
Rensselaer, Columbia
Cities Dunkirk, Buffalo,
Batavia, Rochester,
Syracuse, Oneida,
Utica, Amsterdam,
Schenectady, Albany
Major Junctions Interstate 190
(Exit 53)

Interstate 290
(Exit 50)

Interstate 490
(Exit 47 & Exit 45)

Interstate 390
(Exit 46)

Interstate 690
(Exit 39)

Interstate 81
(Exit 36)

Interstate 481
(Exit 34A)

Interstate 790
(Exit 31)

Interstate 890
(Exit 26 & Exit 25)

Interstate 88
(Exit 25A)

Interstate 87
(Exit 23)

Interstate 787

OKRoads Coverage
Miles Driven
by OKRoads
(Percentage)
379 (98%)
Western End of
Interstate Driven
Pennsylvania State Line
Eastern End of
Interstate Driven
Massachusetts State Line
Have Not Driven Between Interstate 87
and Interstate 787

Pictures

Westbound:

Massachusetts State Line to Interstate 787

Interstate 87 to Interstate 790

Interstate 790 to Interstate 490 West

Interstate 490 West to U.S. 219

U.S. 219 to Pennsylvania State Line

Interstate 90 West
Interstate 90 West approaching Exit 56 - New York 179 - 1 mile. New York 179 is a short 4.4-mile east-west connector between New York 5 and U.S. 20. It is also known as Mile Strip Road. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Use New York 179 East to McKinley Parkway southbound to the Erie County Fairgrounds, the 2nd largest county fair in North America. Use New York 179 West and U.S. 62 South to Buffalo Raceway. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at Exit 56 - New York 179/Mile Strip Road - Blasdell. The village of Blasdell is home to 2,718 residents. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching Exit 57 - New York 75 - 1 mile. New York 75 is a 21-mile north-south state highway from New York 39 in Collins Center to New York 5 in Athol Springs. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at Exit 57 - New York 75 - Hamburg. The town of Hamburg is home to 56,259 residents, and the village of Hamburg is home to 10,116 people. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching the Angola service area - 10 miles. This is the only service area on the Erie section of the New York State Thruway. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching the Erie County parking area - 1 mile. No restroom facilities are available. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
The Angola service area is just five miles ahead. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at the Erie County parking area. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching Exit 57A - Erie County 32 - 1 mile. This is one of few exits on rural sections of the Thruway that does not directly serve a U.S. or state highway. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at Exit 57A - Erie County 32/Eden Evans Center Road. Head east on Erie County 32 for three miles to the town of Eden, population 8,076. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West reaches the Exit 57A off-ramp. The two-mile advance sign for the Angola service area also appears here. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching the Angola service area - 1 1/2 miles. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
The Angola service area is the final one on the New York State Thruway. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching the Angola service area - 1 mile. The area includes a McDonald's and a Denny's. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at the Angola service area. This service area serves both directions of the Thruway. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching the pedestrian bridge at the Angola service area. It is not nearly the size of the McDonald's over the Will Rogers Turnpike in Vinita, Oklahoma. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Use any of the next three exits (58, 59, 60) to the Chautauqua Lake and Allegheny Region. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching Exit 58 - U.S. 20/New York 5 - 1 mile. Exit 58 is a short connector ramp to nearby U.S. 20 and New York 5. The highways share a three-mile duplex. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Use U.S. 20 and New York 5 east to New York 438 to Gowanda. The village on the Erie-Cattaraugus county line is 15 miles to the southeast. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at Exit 58 - U.S. 20/New York 5 - Silver Creek/Irving. Both destination points are at opposite ends of the U.S. 20/New York 5 duplex. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching Exit 59 - New York 60 - 1 mile. The state highway begins at New York 5 in Dunkirk and heads south through Jamestown to the Pennsylvania state line. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
The city of Jamestown is 27 miles to the south. Jamestown is home to 31,730 residents. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at Exit 59 - New York 60 - Dunkirk/Fredonia. The city of Dunkirk is home to 13,131 people. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching Exit 60 - New York 394 - 1 mile. New York 394 is an east-west highway that begins from New York 5 in Barcelona by traveling southeast through Westfield, Mayville, and Chautauqua before heading east near the route of Interstate 86. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Use New York 394 east for 13 miles to the Chautauqua Institution. The institution has venues for the performing arts, golf, tennis, and recreational facilities, and also includes a hotel. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at Exit 60 - New York 394 - Westfield/Mayville. The seat of Chautauqua County, Mayville, is eight miles to the southeast. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching the Ripley toll plaza - 1 mile. This is the western end of the New York State Thruway. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching Exit 61 - Shortman Road - 1 mile. The town of Ripley is home to 2,636 residents and is more famous for being the western end of the Thruway than anything else. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West approaching the Ripley toll plaza - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Traffic on this Sunday afternoon was backed up about 1/3 mile for the toll plaza. We figure it was all the people coming from Niagara Falls and returning to Pennsylvania and Ohio, much like we were doing. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at the Ripley toll plaza. The total car toll to drive the Erie section of the Thruway is $2.60. (Photo taken 7/10/05)
Interstate 90 West at Exit 61 - Shortman Road - Ripley. This is the final exit in the Empire State as Interstate 90 enters Pennsylvania in one mile. (Photo taken 7/10/05)

Page created: January 30, 2006
Last updated: January 31, 2006