Definition: The Jackie Robinson Parkway is a two-lane, narrow, highway that runs along the border of Brooklyn and Queens, New York (for just over four and a half miles). It connects the neighborhoods of East New York, Highland Park, Cypress Hill, Glendale, and Ridgewood to the Van Wyck Expressway, Grand Central Parkway, and Kew Gardens. The road skirts several cemeteries and Forest Park.
The highway was completed in 1935 and named the Interboro Parkway. In 1998 it was renamed the Jackie Robsinon Parkway.
Also Known As: Interboro Parkway
Common Misspellings: Interborough Parkway