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United States 1
Southern Terminus:NJ Line at Manhattan
Northern Terminus: CT Line at Port Chester
Length: 21.69 miles (34.92 km)
Counties: New York, Bronx, Westchester
Cities: New York, New Rochelle, Rye
Villages: Pelham Manor, Larchmont, Mamaroneck, Port Chester
Name(s):

George Washington Bridge, Trans-Manhattan Expressway, Cross-Bronx Expressway, Webster Ave., E. Fordham Rd., Boston Rd., Boston Post Rd., Main St., Hugenot St.
Multiplexes:

I-95 / US 9 (Manhattan)
I-95 (Manhattan-Bronx)
Former Designations: None
History:







Assigned in 1926, US 1 entered New York through the Holland Tunnel and followed NY 1A alignment until 1931 when the George Washington Bridge was completed and US 1 was moved to where it enters New York today. From 1931 until 1977, US 1 followed US 9 up Broadway for a short distance before splitting and crossing the Washington Heights Bridge into the Bronx. In the Bronx, US 1 followed University Ave. before meeting Fordham Rd. and picking up its present course. In 1963, the Cross-Bronx Expressway was completed. However, the US 1 designation would not move to its present course until 1977.
Links:





Alps Roads: US 1 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Greater New York Roads: US 1 Photos (David Golub)
nycroads.com: George Washington Bridge (Steve Anderson)
nycroads.com: Cross-Bronx Expressway (Steve Anderson)
nycroads.com: Trans-Manhattan Expressway (Steve Anderson)
US 1 Ends (Dale Sanderson)


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1972

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New York 1A
Southern Terminus:NY 9A, Manhattan
Northern Terminus: CT Line at Rye Brook
Counties: New York, Bronx, Westchester
Cities: New York
Villages: None
Name(s): Houston St., 2nd Ave., 23rd St., 1st Ave., Bruckner Blvd., Hutchinson River Parkway
Former Designations: US 1, NY 1X
Replaced By: SR 908A, SR 907W
History:


Assigned in 1931 to the original alignment for US 1. In 1946, NY 1A replaced NY 1X, which was assigned to the recently built Hutchinson River Parkway, and the designation remained in place until its removal in 1972.
Links: nycroads.com: Hutchinson River Parkway (Steve Anderson)

DECOMMISSIONED
1956

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New York 1B
Southern Terminus:Triborough Bridge, Manhattan
Northern Terminus: NY 9X, Bronx
Counties: Bronx
Cities: New York
Villages: None
Name(s): Major Deegan Expressway, Sedgwick Ave.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By: I-87
History:

Assigned in 1936 and removed in 1956 when the Major Deegan was given the I-87 designation.
Links: nycroads.com: Major Deegan Expressway (Steve Anderson)

DECOMMISSIONED
1946

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New York 1X
Southern Terminus:Bruckner Blvd., Bronx
Northern Terminus:US 1, Pelham Manor
Counties: Bronx, Westchester
Cities: New York
Villages: None
Name(s): Hutchinson River Parkway
Former Designations: None
Replaced By: NY 1A
History:

Assigned in 1941 when the Hutchinson River Parkway was completed. In 1946, the NY 1X designation was dropped in favor of NY 1A.
Links: nycroads.com: Hutchinson River Parkway (Steve Anderson)

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United States 2
Western Terminus: US 11, Rouses Point
Eastern Terminus:VT Line at Rouses Point
Length: 0.88 miles (1.42 km)
Counties: Clinton
Cities: None
Villages: Rouses Point
Name(s): Bridge Rd.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:

US 2 was commissioned in 1926. However, the route did not extend into New York until 1930.
Notes: NYSDOT designation is 2U.
Links:


Alps Roads: US 2 Photos (Steve Alpert)
US 2 Ends (Dale Sanderson)
State-Ends.com: US 2 Ends in New York (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 2
Western Terminus: I-87 / NY 7, Latham
Eastern Terminus:MA Line at Petersburg (Continues as MA 2)
Length: 30.89 miles (49.73 km)
Counties: Albany, Rensselaer
Cities: Watervliet, Troy
Villages: None
Name(s):

Troy-Schenectady Rd., 19th St., Ferry St., Congress St., River St., Brunswick Rd., Main St.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: NY 7 (Latham-Troy)
History: NY 2 was extended west to Latham when NY 7 was relocated to the north in 1981.
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 2 Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 2 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 3
Western Terminus:NY 104A, Sterling
Eastern Terminus: US 9, Plattsburgh
Length: 246.05 miles (396.14 km)
Counties: Cayuga, Oswego, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, Franklin, Essex, Clinton
Cities: Fulton, Watertown, Plattsburgh
Villages:

Hannibal, Mexico, Black River, Deferiet, Herrings, Carthage, Harrisville, Tupper Lake, Saranac Lake
Name(s):


Church St., Fulton St., Broadway, Holly Dr., Oneida St., Norman Ave., Main St., Scenic Ave., State St., Eastern Blvd., Rutland St., West End Ave., School St., Demars Blvd., Mill St., Tupper Lake Hwy., River St., Bloomingdale Ave., Clintonville Rd., Cornelia St.
Multiplexes:






US 11 / NY 12 (Watertown)
NY 12 (Watertown)
NY 30 (Tupper Lake)
NY 86 (Saranac Lake)
NY 104 (Mexico)
NY 126 (Carthage)
NY 812 (Remington Corners-Harrisville)
Former Designations: None
History: Original routing reassigned US 9W in 1926.
Notes: NY 3 is signed north-south in Oswego County from NY 264 to the Jefferson County line.
Links:


Alps Roads: NY 3 Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 3 Ends (Douglas Kerr)
Gribblenation: Old NY 3 in Hannibal (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 3A
Western Terminus: NY 3, Deferiet
Eastern Terminus: NY 3, Fargo
Length: 5.18 miles (8.34 km)
Counties: Jefferson
Cities: None
Villages: Deferiet
Name(s): Loop Rd.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 3A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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1935

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New York 3D
Southern Terminus: NY 34, Sterling
Northern Terminus: NY 3, Watertown
Counties: Oswego, Jefferson
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s):
Replaced By:



US 104, US 11




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1935

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New York 3D
Western Terminus: NY 3, Oswego
Eastern Terminus: NY 3, Mexico
Counties: Oswego
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s):
Replaced By:



Oswego CR 1, NY 3




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1935

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New York 3F
Western Terminus: NY 3, Red Creek
Eastern Terminus: NY 3, Southwest Oswego
Counties: Wayne, Cayuga, Oswego
Cities: None
Villages: Red Creek
Name(s):
Replaced By:



NY 104A




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United States 4
Southern Terminus: US 9 / US 20, East Greenbush
Northern Terminus:VT Line at Whitehall
Length: 79.85 miles (128.56 km)
Counties: Rensselaer, Saratoga, Washington
Cities: Troy, Mechanicville
Villages: Waterford, Stillwater, Schuylerville, Fort Edward, Hudson Falls, Fort Ann, Whitehall
Name(s):


Troy Rd., N. Greenbush Rd., Vandenburgh Ave., Mill St., Burden Ave., 4th St., 3rd St., King St., River St., 2nd Ave., 126th St., Broad St., Hudson River Rd., Broadway, Main St., George St., Poultney St.
Multiplexes:




NY 22 (Comstock-Whitehall)
NY 29 / NY 32 (Schuylerville)
NY 32 (Waterford-Bemis Heights, Schuylerville)
NY 32 / NY 67 (Mechanicville)
NY 149 (Kingsbury-Fort Ann)
Former Designations: US 9E (E. Greenbush to Glens Falls)
History: Assigned in 1926 and replaced US 9E from E. Greenbush to Glens Falls in 1930.
Notes: US 4 is signed east-west outside of New York state.
Links:





Alps Roads: US 4 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Capital Highways: US 4 (Chris Jordan)
New York State Roads: US 4 Photos (Valerie Deane)
US 4 Ends (Dale Sanderson)
State-Ends.com: US 4 Ends in New York (Douglas Kerr)
State-Ends.com: US 4 Ends in Vermont (Chris Jordan/Douglas Kerr)

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PA Border-Caledonia
Caledonia-Oneida
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New York 5
Western Terminus:PA Line at Ripley (Continues as PA 5)
Eastern Terminus: US 9, Albany
Length: 370.95 miles (597.23 km)
Counties:

Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Madison, Oneida, Herkimer, Montgomery, Schoharie, Albany
Cities:

Dunkirk, Lackawanna, Buffalo, Batavia, Canandaigua, Geneva, Auburn, Syracuse, Oneida, Sherrill, Utica, Little Falls, Amsterdam, Schenectady, Albany
Villages:



Silver Creek, Farnham, Williamsville, LeRoy, Caledonia, Avon, Lima, Bloomfield, Waterloo, Seneca Falls, Elbridge, Solvay, Fayetteville, Chittenango, Oneida Castle, Vernon, Frankfort, Herkimer, St. Johnsville, Nelliston, Palatine Bridge, Fonda, Fort Johnson, Scotia, Colonie
Name(s):





Lake Rd., Lake Shore Dr., Central Ave., Erie Rd., Hamburg Tpke., Buffalo Skyway, Church St., Division St., Elmwood Ave., Chippewa St., Pearl St., Ellicott St., Goodell St., Main St., State Rd., Avon-Caledonia Rd., Western Blvd., Eastern Blvd., Geneva Tpke., Hamilton St., Grant Ave., Genesee St., Erie Blvd., Genesee Tpke., Seneca Ave., State St., Seneca Tpke., Herkimer Rd., Albany St., Grand St., Grove St., Amsterdam Rd., Mohawk Ave., Central Ave., Washington Ave., Eagle St.,
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NY 8 / NY 12 (Utica)
NY 10 (Palatine Bridge)
NY 12 (New Hartford-Utica)
NY 13 (Chittenango-Canastota)
US 20 (Silver Creek-Irving, Avon-Auburn)
US 20 / Truck NY 14 (Geneva)
US 20 / NY 21 (Canandaigua)
US 20 / NY 38 (Auburn)
US 20 / NY 64 (Bloomfield)
US 20 / NY 414 (Seneca Falls)
Truck US 20 (Silver Creek)
NY 28 (Herkimer)
NY 30A (Fonda)
NY 31 (Vernon)
NY 33 (Batavia)
NY 33 / NY 63 (Batavia)
Oneida CR 46 (Vernon)
NY 67 (Fort Johnson-Amsterdam)
NY 92 (DeWitt)
NY 167 (Little Falls)
NY 167 / NY 169 (Little Falls)
I-790 (Utica)
I-790 / NY 8 / NY 12 (Utica)
Former Designations: US 20 (PA Line-Silver Creek, Irving-Orchard Park)
History:





* The western terminus was originally in Buffalo, but was extended west along the Lake Erie shore in the early 1930's.
* In the 1950's, NY 5 was slated to be relocated to a newly built expressway from downtown Syracuse to Auburn. Only the section from Camillus to Fairmount was built.
* US 20/NY 5 in Canandaigua was relocated from West Ave. and S. Main St. to a newly built bypass in 1981.
Notes:


* NY 5 is the 4th longest touring route in the state.
* Excluding the I-86/NY 17 duplex, the US 20/NY 5 duplex from Avon to Auburn is the longest multiplex in the state.
Links:




Alps Roads: NY 5 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Capital Highways: NY 5 (Chris Jordan)
Greater New York Roads: NY 5 Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: NY 5 Photos (Valerie Deane)
New York State Roads: NY 5 Exit List (Valerie Deane)
State-Ends.com: NY 5 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 5A
Western Terminus: NY 5, New Hartford
Eastern Terminus: I-790 / NY 5 / NY 5S / NY 8 / NY 12, Utica
Length: 5.65 miles (9.10 km)
Counties: Oneida
Cities: Utica
Villages: New York Mills, Yorkville
Name(s): Commercial Dr., Oriskany Blvd., W. Oriskany St.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:



Alps Roads: NY 5A Photos (Steve Alpert)
Greater New York Roads: NY 5A Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: NY 5A Photos (Valerie Deane)
State-Ends.com: NY 5A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 5B
Western Terminus: NY 5, Kirkland
Eastern Terminus: NY 5, Clinton Forks
Length: 3.12 miles (5.02 km)
Counties: Oneida
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): Limberlost Rd., Middle Settlement Rd.
Multiplexes: NY 12B (New Hartford)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 5B Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 5S
Western Terminus: I-790 / NY 5 / NY 5A / NY 8 / NY 12, Utica
Eastern Terminus: I-890/ NY 890, Rotterdam
Length: 73.06 miles (117.63 km)
Counties: Oneida, Herkimer, Montgomery, Schenectady
Cities: Utica, Amsterdam
Villages: Ilion, Mohawk, Fort Plain, Canajoharie, Fultonville
Name(s): Oriskany St., Canal St., Hancock St., Erie Blvd., Main St., Prospect St., Maple Ave.
Multiplexes:


NY 28 (Herkimer)
NY 80 (Fort Plain)
NY 167 (Little Falls)
Former Designations: None
History:






* Expressway replaced two lane section from downtown Utica to Frankfort in the early 1970s. Super-2 replaced two lane section from Frankfort to Mohawk in the early 1990s.
* NY 5S's alignment through the village of Ilion was changed around 1970 as part of an urban renewal project. The alignment shifted one block north from Main St. to Clark St.
* A portion of NY 5S west of Fort Hunter carried I-90/Thruway westbound traffic while Thruway bridges over Schoharie Creek were rebuilt following a bridge collapse that killed ten people in April 1987.
Links:





Alps Roads: NY 5S Photos (Steve Alpert)
Greater New York Roads: NY 5S Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: NY 5S Photos (Valerie Deane)
New York State Roads: NY 5S Exit List (Valerie Deane)
Upstate New York Roads: NY 5S Exit List (J.P. Wing)
State-Ends.com: NY 5S Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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United States 6
Western Terminus:PA Line at Port Jervis
Eastern Terminus:CT Line at Brewster
Length: 78.09 miles (125.72 km)
Counties: Orange, Rockland, Westchester, Putnam
Cities: Port Jervis, Peekskill
Villages: Goshen, Brewster
Name(s): Orange St., Main St., Palisades Interstate Parkway,
Multiplexes:








US 9 / US 202 (Peekskill)
NY 17 (Goshen-Harriman)
NY 17 / NY 17M (Goshen)
NY 17M (Middletown-Goshen)
US 202 (Bear Mountain-Peekskill, Brewster-Danbury, CT)
US 202 / NY 22 (Brewster)
US 202 / NY 35 (Peekskill)
US 209 (Matamoras, PA-Port Jervis)
Palisades Interstate Parkway (Bear Mountain)
Former Designations: None
History:


* Assigned in 1926.
* US 6, along with NY 17, moved from its original alignment from Goshen to Harriman to the "Quickway" in 1955. The original alignment in this area now carries NY 17M.
Links:





Alps Roads: US 6 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Greater New York Roads: US 6 Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: US 6 Photos (Valerie Deane)
nycroads.com: Bear Mountain Bridge (Steve Anderson)
US 6 Ends (Dale Sanderson)
State-Ends.com: US 6 Ends in New York (Douglas Kerr)

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1935

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United States 6N
Western Terminus: US 6, Port Jervis
Eastern Terminus: US 9 / NY 199, Kingston
Counties: Orange, Ulster
Cities: Port Jervis
Villages: Ellenville
Name(s):
Former Designations: None
Replaced By: US 209
History: Assigned to US 6's original alignment from 1928 until 1935.
Notes: Not related to NY 6N, which is located in Westchester and Putnam Counties.
Links: US 6 Ends (Dale Sanderson)

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New York 6N
Western Terminus: US 6, Jefferson Valley
Eastern Terminus: US 6, Mahopac
Length: 5.14 miles (8.28 km)
Counties: Westchester, Putnam
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): E. Main St., Mahopac St., South Lake Blvd.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 6N Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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1930

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United States 7
Southern Terminus: NY 1A, Manhattan
Northern Terminus:CT Line at Amenia
Counties: New York, Bronx, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess
Cities: New York, Mount Vernon, White Plains
Villages: Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Scarsdale, Pawling
Name(s):

4th Ave., Park Ave., 110th St., Lenox Ave., 145th St., Grand Concourse, 233rd St., E. Fordham Rd., Boston Rd., Boston Post Rd., Main St., Hugenot St.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By: NY 22, NY 343
History:


Assigned in 1926, US 7 entered New York near Amenia and was duplexed with NY 22 to lower Manhattan. US 7's alignment was changed in 1930 and the southern terminus was moved to its present location in Norwalk, CT.
Notes:

Not related to NY 7, which stretches from the PA line near Binghamton to the VT line near Albany.
Links: US 7 Ends (Dale Sanderson)

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New York 7
Western Terminus:PA Line at Corbettsville (Continues as PA 29)
Eastern Terminus:VT Line at Hoosick (Continues as VT 9)
Length: 180.47 miles (290.56 km)
Counties: Broome, Chenango, Otsego, Schoharie, Schenectady, Albany, Rensselaer
Cities: Binghamton, Oneonta, Schenectady, Troy
Villages: Afton, Bainbridge, Unadilla, Otego, Richmondville, Cobleskill, Delanson, Green Island
Name(s):


Montrose Dr., Conklin Rd., Conklin Ave., Tompkins St., Brandywine Ave., Brandywine Hwy., Main St., Lincoln Ave., Concord Ave., Oneida St., Chestnut St., Duanesburg Rd., Curry Rd., Crosstown Arterial, Troy-Schenectady Rd., Adirondack Northway, Hoosick St.
Multiplexes:









NY 10 (Richmondville-Cobleskill)
NY 22 (Hoosick)
NY 23 (Oneonta)
NY 30A (Central Bridge)
NY 79 (Nineveh)
I-87 (Latham)
I-88 (Port Dickinson-Sanitaria Springs)
NY 145 (Cobleskill)
I-787 (Colonie-Troy)
I-890 (Schenectady)
Former Designations: None
History:



















Binghamton Area: The original alignment of NY 7 in the Binghamton area followed the current routing north to Robinson St. in Binghamton, then west to Chenango Ave. where NY 7 continued north into Port Dickinson. NY 7 moved to its present alignment when Brandywine Highway was built in the 1960's. In the early 1970's, the section from Chenango Bridge to Port Crane was upgraded to interstate standards to accomodate the new I-88 expressway which opened in 1974, but was not completed until 1989 when the Port Dickinson to Chenango Bridge section was upgraded and connected to I-81. NY 7 continued east from Port Crane to Sanitaria Springs along what is now NY 7B. NY 7 moved to the I-88 alignment upon completion of construction of the expressway. Past Sanitaria Springs, the original alignment of NY 7 has been retained to near Rotterdam.

Albany Area: At the NY 158 junction in Rotterdam, instead of turning east on Curry Rd. as it does today, NY 7 turned north onto Broadway (now Schenectady CR 161) and followed it into Schenectady. NY 7 then followed Weaver St., Washington Ave., and Union St. before joining the present routing in Niskayuna. The routing in this area was changed to its present course with the construction of I-890. Further east, NY 7 continued east to Watervliet and Troy along its present course and what is now NY 2 before turning north and duplexing with US 4 before returning to its present course. When "Alternate Route 7" and the Collar City Bridge were completed in 1981, NY 7 was relocated to its present course.

Notes: NY 7 is signed north-south from the PA Line to the I-88 interchange.
Links:





Alps Roads: NY 7 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Capital Highways: NY 7 (Chris Jordan)
Capital Highways: Collar City Bridge (Chris Jordan)
Greater New York Roads: NY 7 Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: NY 7 Photos (Valerie Deane)
State-Ends.com: NY 7 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 7A
Southern Terminus:PA Line at Corbettsville (Continues as PA SR 1033)
Northern Terminus: NY 7, Corbettsville
Length: 1.74 miles (2.80 km)
Counties: Broome
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): Conklin Rd.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 7A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 7B
Western Terminus: I-88 / NY 7 / NY 369, Port Crane
Eastern Terminus: NY 7, Sanitaria Springs
Length: 4.04 miles (6.50 km)
Counties: Broome
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): None
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: NY 7 (Entire Length)
History: NY 7B was previously assigned to what is now NY 357 in Delaware County.
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 7B Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 7B Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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04/01/1980

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New York 7C
Southern Terminus: NY 7, Niskayuna
Northern Terminus: NY 7, Colonie
Counties: Schenectady
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): Rosendale Rd.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


Schenectady CR 158



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New York 8
Southern Terminus: NY 17, Deposit
Northern Terminus: NY 9N, Hague
Length: 208.17 miles (335.15 km)
Counties: Delaware, Chenango, Madison, Oneida, Herkimer, Hamilton, Warren
Cities: Utica
Villages:

Deposit, Sidney, New Berlin, Bridgewater, Clayville, New Hartford, Poland, Cold Brook, Speculator
Name(s): Pine St., Division St., Steiner St., Main St., Oneida St., Graphite Mountain Rd.,
Multiplexes:








NY 5 / NY 12 (Utica)
US 9 (Chestertown)
NY 10 (Deposit-Stilesville)
NY 12 (New Hartford-Utica)
Chenango CR 25 (S. Edmiston)
NY 28 (Poland)
NY 30 (Speculator)
NY 80 (New Berlin)
I-790 / NY 5 / NY 12 (Utica)
Former Designations: None
History:


Expressway sections in the Utica area were built in the late 1960's and early 1970's. Prior to that, NY 8 followed Oneida St. from Clayville to Utica, Pleasant St., Genesee St., Coventry Ave., and Walker Rd.
Links:



Alps Roads: NY 8 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Greater New York Roads: NY 8 Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: NY 8 Photos (Valerie Deane)
State-Ends.com: NY 8 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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NJ Border-Hudson
Hudson-Lake George
Lake George-Champlain



















































United States 9
Southern Terminus:NJ Line at Manhattan
Northern Terminus: I-87, Champlain
Length: 325.01 miles (523.27 km)
Counties:

New York, Bronx, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Columbia, Rensselaer, Albany, Saratoga, Warren, Essex, Clinton
Cities:

New York, Yonkers, Peekskill, Poughkeepsie, Hudson, Rensselaer, Albany, Saratoga Springs, Glens Falls, Plattsburgh
Villages:


Hastings-On-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Sleepy Hollow, Briarcliff Manor, Ossining, Croton-On-Hudson, Fishkill, Wappingers Falls, Rhinebeck, Red Hook, Kinderhook, Valatie, Round Lake, S. Glens Falls, Lake George, Keeseville, Champlain
Name(s):







George Washington Bridge, Trans-Manhattan Expressway, W. 179th St., W. 181st St., Broadway, Albany Post Rd., Highland Ave., Croton Expressway, Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway, South Rd., North Rd., Mill St., Montgomery St., Spring Brook Ave., Claverack Rd., Blue Hill Rd., Worth Ave., Warren St., Park Pl., Green St., Fairview Ave., Stottville Village Rd., Broad St., Chatham St., Kinderhook St., Water St., Clinton Ave., Henry Johnson Blvd., Albany Shaker Rd., Loudon Rd., Halfmoon Pkwy., Van Dam St., Marion Ave., Maple Ave., Saratoga Rd., Glen St., Canada St., Main St., Maple St., Lakeshore Dr., U.S. Ave., Peru St., Charlotte St., Bridge St., Margaret St.
Multiplexes:













NY 8 (Chestertown)
Columbia CR 8
NY 9A (Bronx-Yonkers, Croton-On-Hudson)
NY 9N (Elizabethtown, Lake George)
US 20 (Schodack Center-Albany)
NY 22 (Keeseville)
NY 23 (Bell Pond)
NY 23B (Hudson)
NY 29 / NY 50 (Saratoga Springs)
NY 32 (Albany, Fernwood-Glens Falls)
NY 50 (Saratoga Springs)
NY 67 (Malta)
Dutchess CR 78 (Kerley Corners)
NY 149 (French Mountain)
Former Designations: US 9E (NJ Line to Albany), US 9W (Albany to Glens Falls)
History:














* Assigned in 1926 as US 9E from Jersey City, NJ to Albany, and US 9W from Albany to Glens Falls. The US 9E designation was removed in 1930. US 9E became US 9 south of Albany, and an extension of US 4 north of Albany. Also, the US 9W designation was trunacted from Glens Falls to Albany, and that section of US 9W became US 9.
* From its inception until 1934, US 9 entered New York via ferry crossings. Until 1931, US 9 came into Manhattan from Edgwater, NJ. From 1931 until 1934, US 9 entered Staten Island from Perth Amboy, then followed Hylan Blvd. before meeting the Staten Island Ferry and taking that across the Hudson into Manhattan. In 1934, US 9's entry point was moved to its present location at the George Washington Bridge.
* US 9 moved to the Croton Expressway in 1967 and its original routing became NY 9A. The Croton Expressway was to have been a part of the much larger Hudson River Expressway (I-487 and NY 399) before the project was killed off in 1971.
* At the north end, US 9 may have extended to the Canadian border and continued north as PQ 9. However, it appears US 9 was truncated to its current northern terminus as the result of the construction of I-87 and Autoroute 15.
Links:









Alps Roads: US 9 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Capital Highways: US 9 (Chris Jordan)
Capital Highways: Dunn Memorial Bridge (Chris Jordan)
Greater New York Roads: US 9 Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: US 9 Photos (Valerie Deane)
New York State Roads: US 9 Exit List (Valerie Deane)
nycroads.com: George Washington Bridge (Steve Anderson)
nycroads.com: Croton Expressway (Steve Anderson)
US 9 Ends (Dale Sanderson)
State-Ends.com: US 9 Ends in New York (Douglas Kerr)

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1930

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United States 9E
Southern Terminus: NJ Line at Manhattan
Northern Terminus: US 9, Glens Falls
Counties:

New York, Bronx, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Columbia, Rensselaer, Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Warren
Cities:

New York, Yonkers, Peekskill, Poughkeepsie, Hudson, Rensselaer, Albany, Troy, Mechanicville, Glens Falls
Villages:


Hastings-On-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Sleepy Hollow, Briarcliff Manor, Ossining, Croton-On-Hudson, Fishkill, Wappingers Falls, Rhinebeck, Red Hook, Kinderhook, Valatie, Waterford, Stillwater, Schuylerville, Fort Edward, Hudson Falls
Name(s):






Broadway, Albany Post Rd., Highland Ave., Croton Expressway, Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway, South Rd., North Rd., Mill St., Montgomery St., Spring Brook Ave., Claverack Rd., Blue Hill Rd., Worth Ave., Warren St., Park Pl., Green St., Fairview Ave., Stottville Village Rd., Broad St., Chatham St., Kinderhook St., Water St., Clinton Ave., Henry Johnson Blvd., Albany Shaker Rd., Troy Rd., N. Greenbush Rd., Vandenburgh Ave., Mill St., Burden Ave., 4th St., 3rd St., King St., River St., 2nd Ave., 126th St., Broad St., Hudson River Rd., Broadway, Main St., Warren St.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:

US 9 (NJ Line to E. Greenbush), US 4 (E. Greenbush to Hudson Falls), NY 254 (Hudson Falls), NY 32 (Glens Falls)
History: See US 9.

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United States 9W
Southern Terminus:NJ Line at Piermont
Northern Terminus: US 9, Albany
Length: 129.96 miles (209.24 km)
Counties: Rockland, Orange, Ulster, Greene, Albany
Cities: Newburgh, Kingston, Albany
Villages:

Piermont, S. Nyack, Nyack, Upper Nyack, Haverstraw, W. Haverstraw, Saugerties, Catskill, Ravena
Name(s):



Highland Ave., Broadway, Hillside Ave., Congers Ave., S. Liberty Dr., Quassaick Ave., Robinson Ave., Albany Post Rd., Broadway, Frank Koenig Blvd., Flatbush Rd., E. Chester St., Ulster Ave., Main St., Malden Ave., W. Bridge St., Maple Ave., Southern Blvd., McCarty Ave., Delaware Ave., Lark St.
Multiplexes:






Ulster CR 24 (Ulster Park)
NY 32 (Kenwood, Kingston, Newburgh, Saugerties)
Ulster CR 32 (Ruby)
US 44 / NY 55 (Highland)
US 202 (Haverstraw-Bear Mountain)
NY 218 (Highland Falls)
NY 443 (Albany)
Former Designations: NY 3 (NJ Line to Bear Mountain)
History:


Assigned in 1926, US 9W was signed along its present course to Albany, then continued north along what is now US 9 between Albany and Glens Falls. US 9W was truncated to its current northern terminus in 1930.
Links:





Alps Roads: US 9W Photos (Steve Alpert)
Capital Highways: US 9W (Chris Jordan)
Greater New York Roads: US 9W Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: US 9W Photos (Valerie Deane)
New York State Roads: US 9W Exit List (Valerie Deane)
State-Ends.com: US 9W Ends in New York (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 9A
Southern Terminus: I-478, Manhattan
Northern Terminus: US 9, Peekskill
Length: 47.25 miles (76.07 km)
Counties: New York, Bronx, Westchester
Cities: New York, Yonkers, Peekskill
Villages: Ardsley, Elmsford, Briarcliff Manor, Ossining, Croton-On-Hudson, Buchanan
Name(s):


West St., 10th Ave., 11th Ave., 12th Ave., West Side Highway, Henry Hudson Parkway, Broadway, Ashburton Ave., Saw Mill River Rd., Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway, Croton Point Ave., Riverside Ave., Albany Post Rd.
Multiplexes:


US 9 (Bronx-Yonkers, Croton-On-Hudson)
NY 100 (Hawthorne-Briarcliff Manor)
Henry Hudson Parkway (Manhattan-Bronx)
Former Designations: US 9 (Croton-On-Hudson)
History:


NY 9A originally ended at the Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway. It was extended north to Croton-On-Hudson around 1950, then extended again when the Croton Expressway was opened in 1967.
Links:






Alps Roads: NY 9A Photos (Steve Alpert)
Greater New York Roads: NY 9A Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: NY 9A Photos (Valerie Deane)
New York State Roads: NY 9A Exit List (Valerie Deane)
nycroads.com: Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway (Steve Anderson)
nycroads.com: Henry Hudson Parkway (Steve Anderson)
State-Ends.com: NY 9A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 9B
Southern Terminus: US 9, Chazy
Northern Terminus: US 11, Rouses Point
Length: 5.97 miles (9.61 km)
Counties: Clinton
Cities: None
Villages: Rouses Point
Name(s): Lake St.
Multiplexes: Clinton CR 22
Former Designations: None
History: Previously extended to the Canadian border along what is now US 11.
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 9B Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 9D
Southern Terminus: US 6 / US 202, Bear Mountain
Northern Terminus: US 9, Wappingers Falls
Length: 25.21 miles (40.59 km)
Counties: Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess
Cities: Beacon
Villages: Cold Spring, Wappingers Falls
Name(s):

Bear Mountain-Beacon Highway, Chestnut St., Morris Ave., Wolcott Ave., North Rd., South Ave., W. Main St.
Multiplexes: Business NY 52 (Beacon)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:



Alps Roads: NY 9D Photos (Steve Alpert)
Greater New York Roads: NY 9D Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: NY 9D Photos (Valerie Deane)
State-Ends.com: NY 9D Ends (Douglas Kerr)

DECOMMISSIONED
1939

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New York 9E
Southern Terminus: US 9, Wappingers Falls
Northern Terminus: NY 376, New Hackensack
Counties: Dutchess
Cities: Poughkeepsie
Villages: Wappingers Falls
Name(s): New Hackensack Rd.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By: Dutchess CR 104
Notes:

Appeared on AAA maps as late as 1977. However, it was not shown on a 1967 Sunoco Map.

DECOMMISSIONED
1938

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New York 9F
Southern Terminus: US 9, Poughkeepsie
Northern Terminus: NY 9G, Hyde Park
Counties: Dutchess
Cities: Poughkeepsie
Villages: None
Name(s): Washington St., Parker Ave., Violet Ave.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 9G



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New York 9G
Southern Terminus: US 9, Poughkeepsie
Northern Terminus: US 9, Hudson
Length: 42.99 miles (69.21 km)
Counties: Dutchess, Columbia
Cities: Poughkeepsie, Hudson
Villages: None
Name(s):

Washington St., Parker Ave., Violet Ave., Rhinebeck-Hudson Rd., Claverack Rd., 3rd St., Columbia St.
Multiplexes:


NY 23 (Hudson)
NY 23A (Hudson)
NY 199 (Barrytown)
Former Designations: None
History:


NY 9G's original alignment began in Hyde Park at US 9. NY 9G followed E. Market St. to Violet Ave. and then turned north along its present course. NY 9G was later extended south to Poughkeepsie along the former NY 9F.
Links:



Alps Roads: NY 9G Photos (Steve Alpert)
Greater New York Roads: NY 9G Photos (David Golub)
New York State Roads: NY 9G Photos (Valerie Deane)
State-Ends.com: NY 9G Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 9H
Southern Terminus: US 9 / NY 23 / NY 82, Bell Pond
Northern Terminus:US 9, Valatie
Length: 18.79 miles (30.25 km)
Counties: Columbia
Cities: None
Villages: Valatie
Name(s): None
Multiplexes: NY 23 (Bell Pond-Claverack)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:


New York State Roads: NY 9H Photos (Valerie Deane)
New York State Roads: NY 9H Exit List (Valerie Deane)
State-Ends.com: NY 9H Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 9J
Southern Terminus: US 9, Columbiaville
Northern Terminus: US 9 / US 20, Rensselaer
Length: 22.35 miles (35.98 km)
Counties: Columbia, Rensselaer
Cities: Rensselaer
Villages: Castleton-On-Hudson
Name(s): Clow Ln., River Rd., Main St., South St.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 9J Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 9J Ends (Douglas Kerr)

DECOMMISSIONED
1952

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New York 9K
Southern Terminus: US 9 / NY 29 / NY 50, Saratoga Springs
Northern Terminus: US 9, Lake George
Counties: Saratoga, Warren
Cities: Saratoga Springs
Villages: Corinth, Lake George
Name(s): Church St., Saratoga Ave., Maple St., Main St., Lake Ave.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 9N



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New York 9L
Southern Terminus: US 9 / NY 32, Glens Falls
Northern Terminus: US 9 / NY 9N, Lake George
Length: 18.58 miles (29.91 km)
Counties: Warren
Cities: Glens Falls
Villages: None
Name(s): Ridge St., Ridge Rd., E. Shore Dr.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 9L Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 9L Ends (Douglas Kerr)

DECOMMISSIONED
1939

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New York 9M
Southern Terminus: NY 8, Chestertown
Northern Terminus: US 9, Chestertown
Counties: Warren
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s):
Replaced By:



Warren CR 62, Warren CR 64, Warren CR 30




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New York 9N
Southern Terminus: US 9 / NY 29 / NY 50, Saratoga Springs
Northern Terminus: US 9 / NY 22, Keeseville
Length: 143.49 miles (231.02 km)
Counties: Saratoga, Warren, Essex, Clinton
Cities: Saratoga Springs
Villages: Corinth, Lake George, Port Henry, Keeseville
Name(s):

Church St., Saratoga Ave., Maple St., Main St., Lake Ave., Lake Shore Dr., Montcalm St., Wicker St., Pleasant St., River St., High St., Ausable Rd.
Multiplexes:



US 9 (Elizabethtown, Lake George)
Essex CR 12 (Upper Jay)
NY 22 (Keeseville, Ticonderoga-Westport)
NY 73 (Keene)
Former Designations: NY 9K (Saratoga Springs to Lake George)
History:
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 9N Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 9N Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 9P
Southern Terminus: US 9, Malta
Northern Terminus: US 9 / NY 50, Saratoga Springs
Length: 12.15 miles (19.56 km)
Counties: Saratoga
Cities: Saratoga Springs
Villages: None
Name(s): Spring St., Circular St., Union Ave.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 9P Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 9R
Southern Terminus: US 9, Latham
Northern Terminus: US 9, Boght Corners
Length: 3.22 miles (5.18 km)
Counties: Albany
Cities: Cohoes
Villages: None
Name(s): Columbia St., Baker Ave., Boght Rd.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 9R Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 9R Ends (Douglas Kerr)

DECOMMISSIONED
c. 1950

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New York 9X
Southern Terminus: US 9 / NY 9A, Bronx
Northern Terminus: NY 1B, Bronx
Counties: Bronx
Cities: New York
Villages: None
Name(s): Bailey Ave.
Former Designations:



None




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