Interstate 190 (New York)

Interstate 190 (New York)

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Interstate 190 (New York)

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Interstate 190 (I-190) runs 28.34 miles (45.61 km) from Interstate 90 near Buffalo, New York to Lewiston, New York via Niagara Falls. Parts of this highway were built on the former rights-of-way of the Lehigh Valley Railroad and the Erie Canal. It is referred to by locals as The One-Ninety. Officially, I-190 from I-90 north to NY 384 is named the Niagara Thruway and is part of the New York State Thruway system. The remainder, from NY 384 to Lewiston, is known as the Niagara Expressway (maintained by the New York State Department of Transportation).

I-190 is the only three-digit Interstate Highway to reach the Canada – United States border. Upon reaching Lewiston, it continues across the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge over the Niagara River and into the Canadian province of Ontario as Highway 405, a short freeway spur to the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW). I-190 also has an interchange in Buffalo leading to the Peace Bridge, which also crosses the Niagara River into Canada and continues as the QEW on the Canadian side.

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I-190 begins at an interchange with the New York State Thruway (Interstate 90) in Cheektowaga in Erie County, just north of the West Seneca town line and east of the Buffalo city line. I-190 heads west into Buffalo, passing the former location of the City Line toll barrier ahead of an interchange with South Ogden Street (exit 1). Farther west, I-190 meets NY 354...
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