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Taconic State Parkway Tee Shirts
Taconic State Parkway Tee Shirts
The Taconic State Parkway (often called the Taconic or the TSP) is a major part of the New York highway system. For most of its route, the TSP is four lanes. All of the parkway in Westchester County north of the Sprain Brook Parkway is now a six lane limited-access freeway. At its southern terminus, in Valhalla, it reaches a traffic circle with the northern end of the Bronx River Parkway and a connection to New York State Route 22. As with many parkways in the Hudson Valley and Long Island, the character of this highway is largely scenic and winding. It was originally intended for Sunday drivers headed up from New York City to Bear Mountain for a picnic,[2][3] as opposed to commuting purposes. Other than Interstate 87(also the New York State Thruway) to the west of the state, this is an alternate route for travelers heading north to upstate New York State. The road is designated New York State Reference Route 987G, an unsigned reference route. Freeway exit numbers are no longer signed, though boulevard intersections are, where the signs still exist. Today, the Taconic stretches from the Bronx River Parkway in Valhalla in the Town of Mount Pleasant, Westchester County northwards to East Chatham in Columbia County. The Taconic then ends at the toll plaza preceding the New York State Thruway Berkshire Section (Interstate 90 exit B2). Unpaved alignments can be seen where the parkway was, at one time, planned to continue north. The Taconic built before the Northway was opened in the 1960s was to be planned to extend to the Canadian border. However, there MAY be a plan to continue the parkway further north in the next 15-20 years, which all depends on how the economy is between now and then. Like many New York parkways, the Taconic is restricted to passenger vehicles only; commercial vehicles are prohibited. Given the state's vehicle-licensing rules, this prohibition became a problem as truck sales increased. In January 2000, the laws were changed such that pickup trucks licensed in New York could obtain passenger plates and be driven on the Taconic. The Taconic also has a reputation among motorists for being a very fast roadway, and particularly as it courses through Dutchess County, as having numerous police speed traps.
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Taconic State Parkway
The Taconic State Parkway (often called the Taconic or the TSP) is a major part of the New York highway system. For most of its route, the TSP is four lanes. All of the parkway in Westchester County north of the Sprain Brook Parkway is now a six lane limited-access freeway. At its southern terminus, in Valhalla, it reaches a traffic circle with the northern end of the Bronx River Parkway and a connection to New York State Route 22. As with many parkways in the Hudson Valley and Long Island, the character of this highway is largely scenic and winding. It was originally intended for Sunday drivers headed up from New York City to Bear Mountain for a picnic,[2][3] as opposed to commuting purposes. Other than Interstate 87(also the New York State Thruway) to the west of the state, this is an alternate route for travelers heading north to upstate New York State. The road is designated New York State Reference Route 987G, an unsigned reference route. Freeway exit numbers are no longer signed, though boulevard intersections are, where the signs still exist. Today, the Taconic stretches from the Bronx River Parkway in Valhalla in the Town of Mount Pleasant, Westchester County northwards to East Chatham in Columbia County. The Taconic then ends at the toll plaza preceding the New York State Thruway Berkshire Section (Interstate 90 exit B2). Unpaved alignments can be seen where the parkway was, at one time, planned to continue north. The Taconic built before the Northway was opened in the 1960s was to be planned to extend to the Canadian border. However, there MAY be a plan to continue the parkway further north in the next 15-20 years, which all depends on how the economy is between now and then. Like many New York parkways, the Taconic is restricted to passenger vehicles only; commercial vehicles are prohibited. Given the state's vehicle-licensing rules, this prohibition became a problem as truck sales increased. In January 2000, the laws were changed such that pickup trucks licensed in New York could obtain passenger plates and be driven on the Taconic. The Taconic also has a reputation among motorists for being a very fast roadway, and particularly as it courses through Dutchess County, as having numerous police speed traps.
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Made on: 12/2/2009 6:50 PM
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