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New York Interstate #90 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
14.9
24.0
Exit 24
City of Albany. Junction of Interstate Highway 87. Access to community of Delmar, New York, south of highway. Access to communities of Roessleville, New York and Loudonville, New York, east of highway. Access to Westmere, New York, west of highway. Access to the Albany International Airport. Note: Interstate Highway 90 is also known as the New York Thomas E. Dewey Thruway. Albany attractions include: Six Mile Waterworks Park, Bleeker Stadium, Rockefeller Empire State Plaza, Pepsi Arena, Five Rivers State Environmental Education Center, Colonie Center, Shaker Heritage Society, Peebles Island State Park.
15.5
25.0
Exit 25
City of Schenectady, New York. Junction of Interstate Highway 890. Junction of Interstate Highway 88, east to community of Duanesburg, New York. Attractions in and around Schenectady: Central Park Rose Garden, Stockade Historic District, Mohawk Towpath Scenic Byway, Schenectady Museum & Suits-Bueche Planetarium, Empire State Aerosciences Museum.
16.2
26.0
Exit 26
Access to Interstate Highway 890, east of highway (via toll booth). Access to community of Scotia, New York, east of highway. North access to the Schenectady County Aiport, Indian Meadows Park and Indial Kill County Nature Preserve.
16.8
27.0
Exit 27
Community of Amsterdam, New York. Junction of State Highway 30. North to communities of Perth, New York and Vail Mills, New York. South to communities of Minaville, New York and Esperance, New York. Local attractions include: Guy Park Mansion, Sir William Johnson's Mansion, National Shrine of North American Martyrs.
17.4
28.0
Exit 28
Community of Fultonville, New York. Access to State Highway 30A, north to Fonda, New York and Johnstown, New York; south to community of Glen, New York. Access to the Johnson Hall State Historic Site and the Adirondack Park, north of highway.
18.0
29.0
Exit 29
Community of Palatine Bridge, New York, north of highway and Canajohane, New York, south of highway. Access to State Highway 10, north to communities of Sammonsville, New York and Rockwood, New York. One of the local attractions is the Palatine Church.
18.6
30.0
Exit 30
East Main Street. Community of Herkimer, New York. Junction of State Highway 28. Access to communities of Little Falls, New York and Salisbury, New York, north of highway. Access to communities of Ilion, New York and Cedarville, New York, south of highway. Local attractions in Herkimer include: Herkimer Home State Historic Park, Fort Herkimer Church 1730, Remington Gun Museum, Shu-Maker Mountain Ski Area. Points of interest in Little Falls include: Erie Canal, Moreland Park, Little Falls Diamonds.
19.3
31.0
Exit 31
City of Utica, New York. Access to the Oneida County Airport, north of highway. Access to community of Barneveld, New York, north of highway and New Hartford, New York, south of highway. Utica scenic and historic districts include: parts of Water Street, Park Avenue and Steuben Park, Pleasant Street, Herkimer Road.
19.9
32.0
Exit 32
Community of Westmoreland, New York. Access to State Highway 233, north to city of Rome, New York. Access to communities of Kirkland, New York and Franklin Springs, New York, south of highway. Attractions in and around Rome: Oriskany Battlefield State Historic Site, Fort Stanwix National Monument, Delta Lake State Park, Woods Valley Ski Area, Steuben Memorial State Historic Site.
20.5
33.0
Exit 33
Community of Dams Corner. Junction of State Highway 365. North access to community of Verona, New York. South access to city of Oneida, New York. Attractions in Oneida: Mansion House, Cottage Lawn, Madison County Historical Society, Shako:wi Cultural Center.
21.1
34.0
Exit 34
North Peterboro Street. Junction of State Highway 13, south to community of Canastota, New York. Access to communities of Verona Beach, New York and Sylvan Beach, New York. Access to Oneida Lake and Verona Beach State Park, north of highway. Access to communities of Chittenango, New York and Perryville, New York, south of highway. Access to Old Erie Canal State Historic Park and Chittenango State Historic Park, south of highway.
21.7
35.0
Exit 35
Thompson Road. City of Syracuse, New York. Access to Interstate Highway 481, south to community of DeWitt, New York. North to the Syracuse Hancock International Airport.
22.4
36.0
Exit 36
Junction of Interstate Highway 81, north to communities of Mattydale, New York and North Syracuse, New York; south to Solvay, New York and Nedrow, New York. Local attractions in and around Syracuse: Armory Square, Oncenter Complex, Clinton Square, Everson Museum, Columbus Circle, Carousel Mall, Hanover Square, Erie Canal Museum, Salt Museum.
23.0
37.0
Exit 37
Henry Clay Boulevard.
23.6
38.0
Exit 38
Access to community of Bayberry, New York, north of highway. Access to the Onondago Lake Park, south of highway.
24.2
39.0
Exit 39
Van Buren Road. City of Syracuse, New York. Access to Interstate Highway 690, north of highway. Access to communities of Seneca Knolls, New York and Village Green, New York, north of highway. Access to communities of Warners, New York and Camilus, New York, south of highway. Local attractions include the New York State Fairgrounds and Expo Center, south of highway.
24.9
40.0
Exit 40
Junction of State Highway 34. Access to communities of Cato, New York and Victory, New York, north of highway. Access to communities of Weedsport, New York and Auburn, New York, south of highway. The Harriet Tubman Home, Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center, Cayuga Museum, Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, The Seward House, Fort Hill Cemetery.
25.5
41.0
Exit 41
Ridge Road. Junction of State Highway 414. Access to communities of Clyde, New York and Rose, New York, north of highway. Access to Waterloo, New York and Seneca Falls, New York, south of highway. Attractions in and around Seneca Falls: Women's Rights National Historic Park, National Women's Hall of Fame, Finger Lakes Wine Trails, Cayuga Lakes State Park, Seneca Falls Heritage Area, Boating on the Cayuga-Seneca Canal, Montezuma Wildlife Refuge, Wesleyan Chapel, Elizabeth Cady Stanton House.
26.1
42.0
Exit 42
Junction of State Highway 14. Access to communities of Alloway, New York and Lyons, New York, north of highway. Access to communities of Five Points, New York and West Junius, New York, south of highway.
26.7
43.0
Exit 43
Junction of State Highway 21. Access to communities of Palmyra, New York and Newark, New York, north of highway. Access to Manchester, New York, Chapin, New York and Canandaigua, New York. Access to the Mormon Historical Sites, north of highway. Attractions in and around Canandaigua: Sonnenberg Gardens, Granger Homestead.
27.3
44.0
Exit 44
Junction of State Highway 332, south to communities of Farmington, New York and Victor, New York. Attractions in Victor include: Ganondagan State Historic Site, The Victor Apple Farm.
28.0
45.0
Exit 45
Junction of Interstate Highway 490 and State Highway 96. North access to communities of Pittsford, New York and Penfield, New York.
28.6
46.0
Exit 46
Community of Henrietta, New York. Junction of Interstate Highway 390. North access to city of Rochester, New York. Local attractions in and around Rochester: Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride, Finger Lakes Gaming & Race Track, Seabreeze Park, Kidzplay, Long Acre Farms, Naples Valley Arts & Crafts Market Village, Seneca Park Zoo. Access to communities of Rush, New York and Avon, New York, south of highway.
29.2
47.0
Exit 47
Community of Fort Hill, New York. Junction of Interstate Highway 490. North to communities of Bergen, New York and Churchville, New York. Access to Le Roy, New York and Mumford, New York, south of highway. Attractions in and around Fort Hill: Frost Ridge Ski Area, Genesee Country Village Museum.
29.8
48.0
Exit 48
City of Batavia, New York. Junction of State Highway 98. North access to communities of Elba, New York and Albion, New York. Access to Alexander, New York, south of highway. Local attractions in Batavia include the Holland Land Office Museum.
30.4
49.0
Exit 49
Community of Williamsville, New York. Access to the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, south of highway. Access to State Highway 78. Access to community of East Amherst, New York, north of highway and Depew, New York and Lancaster, New York, south of highway.
31.1
50.0
Exit 50
Junction of Interstate Highway 290. Access north to communities of Amherst, New York and Tonawanda, New York.
31.7
51.0
Exit 51
City of Buffalo, New York. Junction of State Highway 33, also known as the Kensington Expressway. Attractions in Buffalo include: Michigan Street Baptist Church, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo Naval and Military Park, Buffalo Museum of Science, Buffalo Zoo, Johnson Park, Grand Island.
32.3
52.0
Exit 52
Walden Avenue. Junction of State Highway 130. Access to the Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site, Martin Luther King Park and Schiller Park, west of highway. Access to community of Cheektowaga, New York, east of highway.
32.9
53.0
Exit 53
Junction of Interstate Highway 190. West access to into the city of Buffalo, New York.
33.6
54.0
Exit 54
Community of West Seneca, New York. Junction of State Highway 400, also known as the Aurora Expressway. Access to Beilwood Park and Briar Hill Park, east of highway.
34.2
55.0
Exit 55
Community of Lackawanna, New York. Junction of US Highway 219, also known as the Southern Expressway.. South access to communities of Orchard Park, New York and Ellicott, New York. Attractions around Lackawanna include: Our Lade of Victory Basilica, Woodlawn Beach State Park.
34.8
56.0
Exit 56
Access to State Highway 179, US Highway 62 and County Highway 460, south of highway.
35.4
57.0
Exit 57
Camp Road. Junction of State highway 75. North to community of Carnegie, New York. South to communities of Forest Glen, New York and Hamburg, New York.
36.0
58.0
Exit 58
Community of Irving, New York. Access to US Highway 20 and State Highway 5, west of highway. Access to the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, east of highway. Access to the Evangola State Park, west of highway.
36.7
59.0
Exit 59
Community of Fredonia, New York. Junction of State Highway 60, north to Dunkirk, New York and south to communities of Laona, New York and Cassadaga, New York. Access to Lake Erie State Park, west of highway.
37.3
60.0
Exit 60
North Portage Street. Community of Westfield, New York. Access to communities of Mayville, New York Chautauqua, New York, south of highway. Access to the Long Point State Park on Lake Chautauqua, south of highway.
37.9
61.0
Exit 61
Shortman Road. Community of Ripley, New York. Junction of State Highway 815. Access to the Pennsylvania/New York State Line, west of highway. Start/finish of highway travel guide.