Jackie Robinson Parkway

The Jackie Robinson Parkway is an east-west parkway in Queens ending just inside Brooklyn. The highway was constructed in the 1930s through cemetaries, resulting in tight curves and a very narrow right of way. The end was planned to interchange with the cancelled Cross-Brooklyn Expressway, and an extension to Jamaica Bay was also cancelled. The road was renamed from the Interboro Parkway in 1997.

Mile Eastbound Westbound Notes
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn
Speed Limit 45
0.0 Jackie Robinson Parkway east Pennsylvania Avenue
East New York Avenue
At-grade intersection
0.1 Exit 1
Bushwick Avenue
Queens County
Borough of Queens
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn
0.9 Exit 2
Cyprus Avenue
Vermont Place
1.3 Exit 3
Cypress Hills Street
2.3 Exit 4
Forest Park Drive
Exit 4
Forest Park Drive
Myrtle Avenue
Woodhaven Boulevard
2.8 Exit 5
Myrtle Avenue
Woodhaven Boulevard
4.0 Exit 6
NY 25
Metropolitian Avenue
Queens Boulevard
Exit 6
Metropolitian Avenue
5.0 Exit 7
I-678 North
Van Wyck Expressway
Whitestone Bridge
5.0 Exit 8W
Grand Central Parkway West
Triboro Bridge
5.1 Exit 8E
Grand Central Parkway East
Eastern Long Island
Jackie Robinson Parkway west
Speed Limit 45
Queens County
Borough of Queens

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