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It's simpler than you might think. Look at the map (with tolls removed), decide which roads you do not want to travel on and use an alternative route. A quick check of the geography shows that alternative bridges are a ways upriver, the I84 doesn't add that much time.


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You have to cross the Hudson River somewhere, so its bridges are natural choke points. The three closest to, but not entering, New York City are: New Tappan Zee Bridge on I-87/I-287/NYS Thruway, toll $5.00 eastbound Bear Mountain Bridge on US-6/US-202, toll $1.50 eastbound Newburgh-Beacon Bridge on I-84, toll $1.50 eastbound. The bridges further north ...


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