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When I check various mapping/driving sites, most seem to send me through New Haven/New York City (Cross Bronx Expressway) and then down NJ Turnpike. Anyone actually driven this route and would it be better stay on Rte 84 in CT longer and go over Tappan Zee Bridge to Garden State Parkway to NJ Turnpike? Trip would be leaving on a Monday morning and hitting NYC around noon. Thanks

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