Drive America’s Highways for 27 miles west along Interstate 287 in New York from West Harrison to New Jersey.
Interstate 87 is a 333.49-mile-long north–south Interstate Highway located wholly within the U.S. state of New York. It is most of the main highway between New York City and Montreal. The highway begins at exit 47 off I-278 in the New York City borough of The Bronx, just north of the Triborough Bridge and Grand Central Parkway. From there, the route runs northward through the Hudson Valley, the Capital District, and the easternmost part of the North Country to the Canadian border in the Town of Champlain. At its north end, I-87 continues into Quebec as Autoroute 15 (A-15).
The highway is not contiguous with I-87 in North Carolina.