New York Routes is about all of the touring routes in the Empire State. Information you need from major interstate highways to country roads. You'll know what counties, cities, and villages your favorite routes run through. You'll know what routes they form junctions or multiplexes with (including termini). You may even learn a tidbit or two about a route's history that you might not have known about.

A view of the Catskill Mountains from NY 9G south/NY 23 west near Hudson.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 03/19/2016)

NewYorkRoutes.net -- Coming January 1, 2017!


Historical information, junction lists, and photos of the state, federal, and Interstate highways in New York

1-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49
50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99
100-109 110-119 120-129 130-139 140-149
150-159 160-169 170-179 180-189 190-199
200-209 210-219 220-229 230-239 240-249
250-259 260-269 270-279 280-289 290-299
300-309 310-319 320-329 330-339 340-349
350-359 360-369 370-379 380-389 390-399
400-409 410-419 420-429 430-439 440-449
450-499 500-599 600-699 700-799 800-999
Signed Parkways (COMING SOON)
Reference Routes (Offsite)








From the Webmaster: As you may, or may not be aware, it was decided to shut down the .com incarnation of Gribblenation on July 27, 2016, after a 15 year run on the Internet. New York Routes has been a part of Gribblenation on its .net domain since early 2004. However, with the current "lease" on said domain set to expire in January 2017, I am looking into the possibility of making some major changes. Even though my offline obligations prevent me from working on the website as much as I would like, I still maintain an interest in New York state's highway system and its history. Enough so where I still have an interest in keeping this website up and running with new photos, videos, and additional features that are currently in development.

So, the New York Routes website is not going anywhere, at least through the end of this year. And when any major website updates take place, I will certainly pass along any information about the website as it happens via the Facebook page. Thank you all for your continued patronage.

Updated July 9, 2016: New photos and photo updates for NY 3, NY 5, NY 8, US 11, NY 12, NY 17, NY 27, NY 27A, NY 28, NY 31, NY 33, NY 33A, I-87, I-90, I-95, NY 98, NY 111, I-190, NY 231, NY 264, I-278, I-287, I-295, NY 370, I-490, and I-495.

CLICK HERE for additional recent updates


Frequently Asked Questions
A little about myself and this website that I have put together

Old Sign Photo Gallery
Old signage (40+ years old) that you might still find around in your travels

Roadgeeks Anonymous
My original road enthusiast site, although I haven't touched it in about ten years.

Recommended Renumbering Plan
Some suggestions for renumbering the existing route system (COMING SOON)

Recommended Links
Links to official and road enthusiast websites

E-Mail: nyroutes@outlook.com
Questions and comments welcomed. Photo submissions accepted anytime (See FAQ for more details).





Special thanks to those who have contributed to this website: Steve Anderson, Jason Bennett, Daniel Dey, Larry Feller, Andy Field, Dan Garnell, Frank Goebel II, David Golub, David Greenberger, Jeff Guck, Ian Hutchinson, Chris Jordan, Brian Kedzierski, Doug Kelly, Neil Kelly, Douglas Kerr, John Krakoff, Dylan Lainhart, Owen McGaughey, Dan Moraseski, Adam Moss, J.P. Nasiatka, Alex Nitzman, NYSDOT, Scott Oglesby, Kevin Olmstead, Charlie O'Reilly, Brian Pack, Nathan Perry, Jeffrey Pleasants, Adam Prince, Jim Powell, Tim Reichard, Lou Sherwood, Jennifer Sinsabaugh, C.C. Slater, David Slauenwhite, Brian Tabor, Thomas Wideman, and J.P. Wing

New York Routes (c) 2003-16 by Mark Sinsabaugh. Any use of images without consent of the photographer is prohibited. This website is not endorsed by New York State Department of Transportation and its affiliates, or any governmental agency.