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New York State Thruway Authority

Inventory of Thruway Authority Real Property

For Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 2013
Description of Real Property Under the Jurisdiction of the New York State Thruway Authority

All those corridors of land, each approximately 200 feet in width, comprising the seven sections of The Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway ("Thruway"); improved with 2,834 lane-miles of highway pavement, 809 bridges, 134 highway interchanges, 35 tandem areas, 300+ buildings, 27 travel plazas, 275 toll booths, 18 wastewater treatment plants, and 26 motor-fueling stations; situate, lying and being in the State of New York; shown on Exhibit 1 attached hereto, and more particularly described as follows:

Mainline Section:  The majority of the Thruway is within this section, comprising portions of Interstates 87 and 90, shown on Exhibits 2, 3, and 4 attached hereto, and more particularly described as follows:  Beginning in the City of Yonkers, County of Westchester and spanning approximately 496 miles through the Town of Ripley, County of Chautauqua, having an area of approximately 12,000 acres.

New England Section:  Comprising a portion of Interstate 95, shown on Exhibit 5 attached hereto and, more particularly described as follows:  Beginning in the City of New York, County of Bronx and spanning approximately 15 miles through the Village of Port Chester, County of Westchester, having an area of approximately 360 acres.

Cross Westchester Expressway Section:  Comprising a portion of Interstate 287, shown on Exhibit 6 attached hereto and, more particularly described as follows:  Beginning in the Village of Port Chester, County of Westchester and spanning approximately 11 miles through the Town of Greenburgh, County of Westchester, having an area of approximately 270 acres.

Garden State Parkway Connection Section:  Connecting the Mainline Section with the Garden State Parkway, shown on Exhibit 7 attached hereto, and more particularly described as follows:  Beginning in the Village of Chestnut Ridge, County of Rockland and spanning approximately 2 miles therein, having an area of approximately 50 acres.

Berkshire Section:  Comprising a portion of Interstate 90, shown on Exhibit 8 attached hereto, and more particularly described as follows:  Beginning in the Town of Schodack, County of Rensselaer and spanning approximately 24 miles through the Town of Canaan, County of Columbia, having an area of approximately 580 acres.

Niagara Section:  Comprising a portion of Interstate 190, shown on Exhibit 9 attached hereto, and more particularly described as follows:  Beginning in the Town of Cheektowaga of Chestnut Ridge, County of Erie and spanning approximately 21 miles through the City of Niagara Falls, County of Niagara, having an area of approximately 510 acres.
In total, the Thruway has a land area of approximately 13,770 acres.

Exhibit 1
Exhibit 1

Exhibit 2
Exhibit 2

Exhibit 3
exhibit 3

Exhibit 4
Exhibit 4

Exhibit 5
Exhibit 5

Exhibit 6
Exhibit 6

Exhibit 7
Exhibit 7

Exhibit 8
Exhibit 8

Exhibit 9
Exhibit 9

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