Interstate 81 in New York

Interstate 81 In New York

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Interstate 81 in New York

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Interstate 81 (I-81) is a part of the Interstate Highway System that runs from Dandridge, Tennessee, to the Canada â€“ United States border at Wellesley Island in New York. In the U.S. state of New York, I-81 extends from the Pennsylvania state line southeast of Binghamton to the Canadian border at Wellesley Island northwest of Alexandria Bay. I-81 runs north–south through Central New York, serving the cities of Binghamton, Syracuse, and Watertown. It passes through the Thousand Islands in its final miles and crosses two bridges, both part of the series of bridges known as the Thousand Islands Bridge.

Route description

Pennsylvania to Syracuse

Interstate 81 enters New York at the Pennsylvania state line about south east of Binghamton. I-81 merges with NY 17 for . The current segment of NY 17 is set to become I-86. About north of Binghamton at exit 5, I-81 meets the western terminus of I-88. US 11 has been paralleling I-81 from Virginia and US 11 will parallel I-81 in most of New York. At mile marker 73 and exit 15, I-81 meets with the longest road in the United States: US 20 in La Fayette. At the southern tip of Syracuse, at mile marker 81, and exit 16A, I-81 meets with one of its spurs: I-481. In downtown Syracuse, I-81 meets I-690 at an incomplete interchange.

Syracuse to Canada

Just north of Syracuse, I-81 meets the New York State Thruway......
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