Wikipedia: The Bruckner Expressway is a freeway in The Bronx. It carries Interstate 278 and Interstate 95 (and formerly Interstate 878) from the Triborough Bridge to the south end of the New England Thruway at the Pelham Parkway interchange. The expressway is elevated from the Triborough Bridge. It crosses the Bronx River and Hutchinson River to the complicated Bruckner Interchange with Interstate 95/I-295 and the Hutchinson River Parkway . From there it uses I-95. The Bruckner Expressway was a project envisioned by developer Robert Moses, who steered the Bruckner through the Soundview section of the Bronx, further decimating the neighborhood Moses had uprooted with his 15-year construction of the Cross Bronx Expressway, which was completed in 1963. The Bruckner Expressway opened in 1973, making it one of the last roads of the New York City Expressway system to be built. It is named in honor of former Bronx Borough President and Congressman, Henry Bruckner, and was built on and over the roadway of Bruckner Boulevard. The Bruckner Boulevard name persists on the service roads, and at some points where it is beneath the highway. It also extends about a mile past the highway's western terminus, ending at the Third Avenue Bridge.