The Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge bicycle and pedestrian path extends from the Village of Tarrytown in Westchester County, across the Hudson River at one of its widest points, to the Village of South Nyack in Rockland County. The path, which is located on the northern side of the westbound span, features six scenic overlooks, interpretive displays and public art across its length. Visitor parking and amenities are available at both the Rockland and Westchester landings.
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
6AM to 10PM
APPROXIMATE WALK TIME (ONE WAY)
APPROXIMATE BIKE TIME (ONE WAY)
ACCESS POINTS + AMENITIES
The Westchester Landing is located at 333 South Broadway in Tarrytown, next to the new Thruway Authority maintenance facility. A side path will extend south along South Broadway (Route 9), providing direct off-street access to historic Lyndhurst and the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail, as well as connectivity to the Empire State Trail.
Welcome Center // Outdoor Pavilion // 130 parking spots // 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations // Bike Repair Station // Public Art // Restrooms // Informational Kiosk
The Rockland Landing is located at 1200 Route 9W in South Nyack, nestled within Interchange 10 of the New York State Thruway. Drivers can access the visitor parking lot from Route 9W. The path is accessible to local residents and cyclists via a spur that also connects to the Esposito Trail, local sidewalks and State Bicycle Route 9.
57 parking spots // 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations // Restrooms // Informational Kiosk // Bike Repair Station // Picnic Area // Public Art