Rockaway Freeway

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The Rockaway Freeway is a road in the New York City borough of Queens, that was created from the old right-of-way of the Long Island Rail Road Rockaway Division in 1941–1942 as part of the project to eliminate grade crossings within New York City. The railroad line itself was elevated over the new automotive route, and was incorporated into the New York City Subway system in the summer of 1956.

Because of the large number of concrete posts supporting the subway line, the Freeway has consistently been hazardous for drivers. However, one stretch of the Freeway between Beach 73rd Street and Beach 87th Street in Hammels is difficult for drivers going in an easterly or westerly direction to avoid without going out of their way.

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