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Conduit Boulevard

Conduit Boulevard

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Conduit Boulevard (Conduit Avenue in Queens) is an arterial road in New York City. The divided highway runs from Atlantic Avenue in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn to Hook Creek Boulevard in Rosedale, Queens at the Nassau County border. Conduit Boulevard is named for the conduit of the Brooklyn Water Works which fed Ridgewood Reservoir and was constructed on the former right-of-way of the aqueduct. West of Cross Bay Boulevard, Conduit Boulevard has a wide median strip and runs adjacent to a number of parks with playgrounds. It is one of the few divided roads in Brooklyn with a grass median and serves as the boundary between the neighborhoods of Cypress Hills and City Line in Brooklyn and Ozone Park and Lindenwood in Queens. Between the Shore Parkway and the Laurelton Parkway, Conduit Avenue serves as the service road for Southern Parkway. East of Brookville Boulevard, the road parallels the Montauk Branch of the Long Island Rail Road and turns into Sunrise Highway in Valley Stream.