Service Area Redesign and Redevelopment Project: The New York State Thruway Authority’s 27 service areas are being redeveloped as part of a $450 million private investment plan with Empire State Thruway Partners. Construction is underway on 11 service areas and five service areas have reopened: Indian Castle, Chittenango, Junius Ponds, Iroquois and Clifton Springs. For more information on the project, visit the Service Area Project Page.
No restaurants or restrooms are available at the Port Byron Service Area, located on I-90 eastbound at milepost 310, between exit 41, Waterloo and exit 40, Weedsport due to reconstruction. The next restaurants or restrooms on the Thruway are located at the DeWitt Service Area, milepost 280, between exit 36, Watertown and exit 35, Syracuse - East Syracuse. Fuel is still available.
All services are now available at the Clifton Springs Service Area, located on I-90 eastbound at milepost 337, between exit 43, Manchester and exit 42, Geneva.
Speed restrictions are in effect due to rain. Speed Limit 45 MPH.
Cashless tolling is a critical part of modernizing our transportation infrastructure and is in place across the entire 570-mile system.
E-ZPass is the easiest and quickest way to pay tolls on the Thruway. Get E-ZPass, learn more and/or access your account .
Trucks and commercial vehicles use the Thruway to provide goods and services to millions of people every day.