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Interstate 88

Interstate 88 is an east-west highway in South-Central New York State. It runs from near Schenectady to Binghamton. This interstate runs aprox. 117 miles.

While in New York I-88 is multi-plexed.

I-88 is multi-plexed with...

...New York State Route 7, near Port Crane.

Photo from: Paul Dienhart
...New York State Route 28, near Emmons.

While in New York, Interstate 88 crosses the following interstates.

Interstate 81, at Binghamton.

A BGS on I-88 two miles from I-81.
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A BGS on I-88 one mile from I-81.
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A BGS on I-88 at I-81.
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Interstate 90, (New York State Thruway) near Schenectady.

EB I-88 near I-90.

There are no branches of I-88 in New York.


The eastern end marker.

The New York State Thruway Toll Plaza at the east end of I-88.

A BGS near Duanesburg.

A set of guide markers near Duanesburg.

A BGS on WB I-90/Thru.

WB I-88 near NY St 7 in Duanesburg.

A WB guide marker.

WB I-88 west of Duanesburg.

A guide marker near U.S. Rt. 20.

A BGS near U.S. Rt. 20.

A guide marker on WB NY St Rt 7/SB NY St Rt 10.
Photo from: Paul Dienhart

A guide marker for I-88.
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A guide marker on EB NY St Rt 23.
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A guide marker on EB NY St Rt 23.
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WB I-88/NY St Rt 7 at NY St Rt 12A.
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WB I-88/NY St Rt 7 at M.P. 1.
Photo from: Paul Dienhart

16 June 2016