Belt Parkway

Bronx River Parkway

Cross Island Parkway

FDR (East River) Drive

Grand Central Parkway

Harlem River Drive

Henry Hudson Parkway

Hutchinson River Parkway

Jackie Robinson Parkway

Korean War Veterans Parkway

Mosholu Parkway

Pelham Parkway

PARKWAY Q & A

"Can I drive my truck on the parkway?"

This is one of the most frequently asked questions at nycroads.com. The guide below should help you determine if you can use your pickup, van or other truck on New York City's parkway system.

Pickup trucks and vans are permitted on controlled-access parkways under the following conditions:

  • They must have passenger car plates.
  • They must be used only for non-commercial purposes.
  • They must have an empty (unladen) weight of 5,500 pounds or less.

All other trucks that do not meet the conditions above are not permitted on controlled-access parkways. This restriction includes moving vans, trucks and trailers.

All vehicles (including passenger cars) with trailers or cargo carried on the roof are not permitted on parkways in New York State.

Vehicles with "combination" plates from other states are not permitted on parkways in New York State.

Current conditions provided by Traffic.com and Metro Commute. Route shields by Ralph Herman. Exit lists provided by Steve Anderson. Regulatory truck signs provided by Richard C. Moeur's "Manual of Traffic Signs."

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