1351 and 1339 Jerome Avenue/1320 and 1342 Inwood Avenue is within close proximity to the 4, B and D subway lines; and offers quick access to the Major Deccan and Cross Bronx Expressways.
What does CBX stand for?
CBX stands for Cross Bronx Expressway (New York)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 17 other meanings of CBX in our Acronym Attic
- Columbia Basin Water Transactions Program (est. 2002; Portland, OR)
- Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant (Portland, OR)
- Community Based Warrior Transition Unit (US Army)
- Caddo-Bossier Windows User Group
- C-Band Transponder
- Cold Box
- Computer-controlled Branch Exchange
- Computerized Branch Exchange
- Computerized Business Exchange
- Coulomb-Born Approximation with Exchange
- Candida Boidinii Xylose Reductase
- Cadbury (stock symbol; London, England, UK)
- Camp Burn Yourself (Swedish alternative arts festival)
- CBY Systems, Inc. (formerly Credit Bureau of York; York, PA)
- Central Bank of Yemen
- Charlestown but Yesterday (French band)
- Coos Bay (Amtrak station code; Coos Bay, OR)
- Creations by You (Honolulu, HI)
- Suvorov Military School (Russian acronym)
- Czech Before You Buy (property broker)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Of the five highways analyzed by AAA, the dubious grand prize goes to the Cross Bronx Expressway with 354 non-functioning lights out of 777 (a 46 percent burn-out rate).
Rosenblum advances no original thesis about the causes of urban blight, but she weighs in on the debate over the impact of Robert Moses's Cross Bronx Expressway and the lure of Co-op City to the north as causes of neighborhood disintegration and abandonment.
The building of the Cross Bronx Expressway, which Robert Moses oversaw during the 1950s, has become Exhibit A in the failure of large-scale urban planning policies.
The newly constructed building, which abuts Crotona Park, is just off the Cross Bronx Expressway and offers a total of 52,000 s/f of commercial space.
Located off the Hutchinson River Parkway in the Pelham Bay section of the Bronx, the Towers at Hutchinson Metro Center is accessible to major highways including the Hutchinson River Parkway, 1-95, Bronx River Parkway, New York State Thruway and the Cross Bronx Expressway.