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Hutchinson River Parkway: Quiz


Question 1: Originally, the parkway was built and designated all the way to the ________.
Robert F. Kennedy BridgeBronx–Whitestone BridgeVerrazano-Narrows BridgeThrogs Neck Bridge

Question 2: In 1936, ________ decided to build more parkways in the Bronx and Westchester County.
Robert MosesMario CuomoCarmine DeSapioJohn Adams Dix

Question 3: There was also a riding academy where the public could rent ________.
DonkeyEquus (genus)HorseArabian horse

Question 4: The parkway continues south from the Bruckner Interchange as the Whitestone Expressway (I-678) and north into ________, as the Merritt Parkway.
Greenwich, ConnecticutBridgeport, ConnecticutNorwalk, ConnecticutStamford, Connecticut

Question 5: Once that was completed, that section was assigned the I-678 designation and renamed part of the ________.
Interstate 278Interstate 495 (New York)Interstate 295 (New York)Interstate 678

Question 6: It extends for 18.78 miles (30.22 km) from the massive Bruckner Interchange in the Throgs Neck section of the Bronx to the New York – ________ state line at Rye Brook.
MassachusettsConnecticutRhode IslandMaine

Question 7: The roadway is named for English-born American religious leader ________.
Anne HutchinsonRhode IslandBostonRoger Williams (theologian)

Question 8: The Hutchinson River Parkway (also known as The Hutch) is a north–south parkway in southern ________, United States.
New JerseyConnecticutMassachusettsNew York

Question 9: Past I-684, the parkway heads easterly and northerly into the town of Rye and the village of Rye Brook, where it connects to NY 120A and becomes the Merritt Parkway at the ________ state line.
ConnecticutMassachusettsRhode IslandMaine

Question 10: The original roadway was an undivided, ________ parkway, designed with gently sloping curves, stone arch bridges, and wooden lightposts.
Special routeFreewayLimited-access roadHighway


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