Broadway, New York

By | November 1, 2022


Get started New York
End Sleepy Hollow
Length 50 km
  • New York
  • Yonkers
  • Hastings-on-Hudson
  • Dobbs Ferry
  • Irvington
  • Tarrytown
  • Sleepy Hollow

According to Findjobdescriptions, Broadway is a road in the New York City region of the United States. Named after the Dutch Breede Weg, the road forms a 50-kilometer north-south link across Manhattan, Bronx and the northern suburbs of New York.

Travel directions

The road begins at the southern tip of Manhattan at State Street, near FDR Drive and the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel. The road heads north, passing one block from the former World Trade Center. Park Row connects to the Brooklyn Bridge. The road first runs through the neighborhood of Tribeca and later Soho. One crosses Canal Street, which connects to the Holland Tunnel and Interstate 78. In the south of Manhattan the road runs through street canyons with skyscrapers, but further north Manhattan is quite flat with apartment complexes up to about 10 storeys. In Greenwich Village one crosses Houston Street, a major east-west axis of southern Manhattan. Broadway is partly a one-way street and is interrupted by Union Square, a small park. Broadway here becomes a diagonal route that intersects both east-west and north-south streets. In Midtown Manhattan you come across Times Square and there are tall towers and theaters along the way. At Columbus Circle, tap the southwest corner of Central Park. The road continues on the Upper West Side heading north, parallel to the Henry Hudson Parkway. Broadway is wider here than further south with 2×3 lanes and a median strip. Every 80 meters there is a crossing with an intersecting street. Broadway then crosses the west side of Manhattan and enters the Harlem neighborhood. Here are mainly massive apartment complexes along the road up to 15 high. One then crosses Interstate 95, which is underground here. One then enters the Washington Heights neighborhood and Broadway is numbered US 9. Via a bridge one crosses the Spuyten Duyvil Creek, a canal between the Hudson and Harlem rivers.

One then enters the Bronx, parallel to Interstate 87. They then cross the Henry Hudson Parkway after which they quickly leave the Bronx to arrive in the large suburb of Yonkers. Yonkers is an older suburb, and this is reflected in the apartment complexes, while most suburbs consist of detached houses. It is to a lesser extent a continuation of the Bronx, although there are also plenty of detached houses in Yonkers. The road runs through the center of Yonkers, after which you enter an area that is suburban in character with detached houses on fairly large plots. One enters the suburb of Hastings-on-Hudson, to the west is the Hudson River, to the east the Saw Mill River Parkwayand I-87. After Dobbs Ferry and Irvington one then crosses the I-87, which crosses the Hudson via the Tappan Zee Bridge. Then Broadway continues for a few more miles to NY-117 in Sleepy Hollow. The connection with this road is grade-separated. US 9 continues as the Albany Post Road heading north.

Bronx and Pelham Parkway

Bronx and Pelham Parkway
Get started Bronx
End Bronx
Length 4 km
  • Bronx River Parkway
  • US 1
  • Hutchinson River Parkway
  • Interstate 95

The Bronx and Pelham Parkway, usually simply Pelham Parkway, is a parkway in the American city of New York. The road forms an east-west route in the Bronx borough, running from the Bronx River Parkway to Interstate 95. The road is not a highway.

Travel directions

Fordham Road in the Bronxdale neighborhood becomes the Bronx and Pelham Parkway at the Bronx River Parkway, a north-south highway. Immediately after this is an at-grade intersection with US 1. The Parkway is wide with 2×3 lanes and a wide tree-lined median with at-grade intersections. One passes through the Baychester district before crossing the Hutchinson River Parkway at grade separation. Immediately after, the interchange begins with Interstate 95, after which the Bronx and Pelham Parkway becomes Shore Road.

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge
Spans East River
Lanes 2×3
Total length 1,825 meters
Main span 486 meters
Bridge deck height 41 meters
Opening 24-05-1883
Traffic intensity 134,200 mvt/day
Location Map

According to indexdotcom, the Brooklyn Bridge is a suspension bridge in the United States, located in New York City.


The Brooklyn Bridge spans the East River between Manhattan and Brooklyn. The suspension bridge has a total length of 1,825 meters and a main span of 486 meters. The free passage under the bridge deck is 41 meters. A city road with 2×3 lanes crosses the Brooklyn Bridge. The bridge is not a freeway, but it connects to other roads at both ends at grade level. On the Brooklyn side, the bridge turns into Adams Street, on the Manhattan side, the bridge connects to Park Row. In addition to the East River, the bridge also spans Manhattan ‘s FDR Drive and New York’s Interstate 278in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most iconic bridges in the United States. The bridge is toll-free.


The Brooklyn Bridge is the first permanent connection between Manhattan and Brooklyn. It is also the first major suspension bridge built in the United States. The bridge was built between 1870 and 1883 and opened to traffic on May 24, 1883. When it opened, it was by far the longest suspension bridge in the world, twice as long as the previous longest suspension bridge. Construction of the bridge cost an astronomical $15.5 million and 27 workers lost their lives. The bridge has never been tested in a wind tunnel and had a truss structure to support the bridge deck. This is the reason the bridge never collapsed, many suspension bridges in and after that time that were not wind tunnel tested have collapsed during severe weather, the most famous being the Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapse in 1940.

The bridges to the Brooklyn Bridge are in poor condition and will be replaced between 2010 and 2014, a project that will cost $508 million.

Traffic intensities

In 2012, 134,200 vehicles crossed the Brooklyn Bridge every day. This is the busiest connection in the United States that is not part of a freeway.

Brooklyn Bridge