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New York 10
Southern Terminus: NY 17, Deposit
Northern Terminus: NY 8, Higgins Bay
Length: 155.48 miles (250.32 km)
Counties: Delaware, Schoharie, Montgomery, Fulton, Hamilton
Cities: None
Villages:

Deposit, Walton, Delhi, Hobart, Stamford, Cobleskill, Sharon Springs, Ames, Canajoharie, Palatine Bridge
Name(s):


Pine St., Division St., Prospect Ave., Delaware St., Main St., Lake St., N. Grand St., Elm St., France St., Ames Rd., Reed St., Walnut St., Rock St., Church St., W. Grand St., Lafayette St.
Multiplexes:








NY 5 (Palatine Bridge)
NY 7 (Richmondville-Cobleskill)
NY 8 (Deposit-Stilesville)
NY 28 (Delhi)
NY 29 (Caroga-Rockwood)
NY 29A (Caroga Lake)
NY 67 (Ephratah)
NY 145 (Cobleskill)
NY 206 (Walton)
Former Designations: None
History:

NY 10 originally extended north past Higgins Bay, duplexing with NY 8 to near Wells, then continuing north along present day NY 30 to the Canadian Border.
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 10 Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 10 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 10A
Southern Terminus: NY 29, Johnstown
Northern Terminus: NY 10, Caroga Lake
Length: 2.49 miles (4.01 km)
Counties: Fulton
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): None
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 10A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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PA Border-Syracuse
Syracuse-Gouverneur
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United States 11
Southern Terminus:PA Line at Conklin
Northern Terminus:US-Canada Border at Rouses Point (Continues as PQ 223)
Length: 318.66 miles (513.04 km)
Counties: Broome, Cortland, Onondaga, Oswego, Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Franklin, Clinton
Cities: Binghamton, Cortland, Syracuse, Watertown
Villages:


Whitney Point, Marathon, Tully, N. Syracuse, Central Square, Pulaski, Sandy Creek, Mannsville, Adams, Evans Mills, Philadelphia, Gouverneur, Richville, Canton, Potsdam, Brushton, Malone, Chateaugay, Champlain, Rouses Point
Name(s):





VFW Memorial Highway, Court St., Front St., Castle Creek Rd., Broome St., Cortland St., Port Watson St., Church St., Groton Ave., Main St., Homer Ave., State St., Clinton St., Salina St., E. Raynor Ave., Wolf St., Brewerton Rd., Watertown Rd., Jefferson St., Washington St., Paddock St., Holcomb St., Massey St., Arsenal St., Leray St., Mill St., Gouverneur St., Maple St., Sandstone Dr., Market St., Elm St., Lawrence Ave., Chapman St., Champlain St., Lake St.
Multiplexes:












NY 3 / NY 12 (Watertown)
NY 12 (Watertown)
NY 13 / NY 41 (Cortland)
NY 26 (Whitney Point, Evans Mills-Philadelphia)
NY 30 (Malone)
NY 41 (Polkville-Homer)
NY 41 / NY 222 (Cortland)
St. Lawrence CR 47 (Stockholm)
NY 56 (Potsdam)
NY 68 (Canton)
NY 79 (Whitney Point-Lisle)
NY 80 (Tully)
NY 812 (Gouverneur-DeKalb)
Former Designations: None
History: Assigned in 1926.
Links:


Alps Roads: US 11 Photos (Steve Alpert)
US 11 Ends (Dale Sanderson)
State-Ends.com: US 11 Ends in New York (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 11A
Southern Terminus: NY 80, Tully
Northern Terminus: US 11, Nedrow
Length: 13.11 miles (21.11 km)
Counties: Onondaga
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): Syracuse-Tully Valley Rd.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 11A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 11B
Southern Terminus: US 11, Potsdam
Northern Terminus: US 11 / NY 30 / NY 37, Malone
Length: 36.98 miles (59.54 km)
Counties: St. Lawrence, Franklin
Cities: None
Villages: Potsdam
Name(s): Elm St., Franklin St.
Multiplexes:

NY 30 (Malone)
St. Lawrence CR 47 (Stockholm)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 11B Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 11C
Southern Terminus: US 11, Stockholm Center
Northern Terminus: US 11, Lawrenceville
Length: 11.44 miles (18.42 km)
Counties: St. Lawrence
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): Nicholville-Helena Rd., Main St.
Multiplexes:

St. Lawrence CR 55 (Lawrenceville)
NY 420 (Winthrop)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 11C Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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Chenango Bridge-Utica
Utica-Morristown


























New York 12
Southern Terminus: US 11, Chenango Bridge
Northern Terminus: NY 37, Morristown
Length: 222.47 miles (358.18 km)
Counties: Broome, Chenango, Madison, Oneida, Lewis, Jefferson, St. Lawrence
Cities: Norwich, Utica, Watertown
Villages:

Oxford, Sherburne, Waterville, New Hartford, Boonville, Port Leyden, Lyons Falls, Lowville, Copenhagen, Clayton, Alexandria Bay
Name(s):


Front St., Canal St., Broad St., Main St., Utica Rd., Faulkner Rd., Sanger Ave., Stafford Ave., New Paris Rd., Genesee St., Erwin Pkwy., Dayan St., Van Allen Rd., Gifford St., State St., Court St., Leray St., Bradley St., James St.
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NY 3 (Watertown)
NY 5 (New Hartford-Utica)
NY 5 / NY 8 (Utica)
NY 8 (New Hartford-Utica)
US 11 (Watertown)
US 11 / NY 3 (Watertown)
Oneida CR 15 (New Hartford)
NY 26 (Lowville)
NY 28 (Barneveld-Alder Creek)
NY 41 (Greene)
NY 79 (Chenango Forks)
NY 220 (Oxford)
I-790 / NY 5 / NY 8 (Utica)
Former Designations: None
History:






* Originally extended south into downtown Binghamton by running concurrent with US 11.
* Bypasses built around Greene, N. Norwich, and Barneveld.
* Expressway sections in the Utica area were built in the late 1960's and early 1970's. Prior to that, NY 12 followed Genesee St. through downtown Utica. Then north along Trenton Rd. (Oneida CR 91) before returning to its present course just south of Mapledale.
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 12 Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 12 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 12A
Western Terminus: NY 12, Chenango Bridge
Eastern Terminus: I-88 / NY 7, Chenango Bridge
Length: 0.98 miles (1.58 km)
Counties: Broome
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): Chenango Bridge Rd.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:

Originally extended south and east into downtown Binghamton along NY 7's original routing.
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 12A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 12B
Southern Terminus: NY 12, Sherburne
Northern Terminus: NY 5, New Hartford
Length: 35.62 miles (57.35 km)
Counties: Chenango, Madison, Oneida
Cities: None
Villages: Sherburne, Hamilton, Oriskany Falls, Clinton
Name(s): Main St., Broad St., Utica St., College St., Meadow St., Kellogg St., Clinton Rd.
Multiplexes:


NY 5B (New Hartford)
US 20 / NY 26 (Bouckville-Madison)
NY 26 (Bouckville-Oriskany Falls)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 12B Ends (Douglas Kerr)

DECOMMISSIONED
1970

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New York 12C
Southern Terminus: NY 5 / NY 5S / NY 8 / NY 12, Utica
Northern Terminus: NY 12 / NY 28, Barneveld
Counties: Oneida
Cities: Utica
Villages: Yorkville, Whitesboro
Name(s): Oriskany St., Oriskany Blvd., Hayes Rd., Main St.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:

NY 5A (Yorkville-Utica), NY 69 (Whitesboro-Yorkville), NY 291 (Entire Length), NY 365 (Holland Patent to Barneveld)
Notes:

NY 12C and NY 365 were duplexed; 12C reference markers remain posted along its former routing.

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New York 12D
Southern Terminus: NY 12, Boonville
Northern Terminus: NY 12, Lyons Falls
Length: 11.52 miles (18.55 km)
Counties: Oneida, Lewis
Cities: None
Villages: Boonville, Lyons Falls
Name(s): Post St.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: NY 337 (Lyons Falls)
History: Originally extended north along NY 26 from near Lyons Falls to Lowville.
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 12D Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 12E
Southern Terminus:NY 12F, Brownville
Northern Terminus: NY 12, Clayton
Length: 36.02 miles (57.99 km)
Counties: Jefferson
Cities: None
Villages: Brownville, Chaumont, Cape Vincent, Clayton
Name(s): Bridge St., Main St., Market St., Broadway, State St.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History: Originally extended south into Watertown via Jefferson CR 190 and Main St.
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 12E Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 12F
Western Terminus: NY 180, Dexter
Eastern Terminus: US 11 / NY 12, Watertown
Length: 6.89 miles (11.09 km)
Counties: Jefferson
Cities: Watertown
Villages: None
Name(s): Coffeen St., Foster Rd.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 12F Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 13
Southern Terminus: I-86 / NY 17, Horseheads
Northern Terminus: NY 3, Port Ontario
Length: 152.61 miles (245.70 km)
Counties: Chemung, Schuyler, Tompkins, Cortland, Madison, Oneida, Oswego
Cities: Ithaca, Cortland
Villages:

Dryden, DeRuyter, Cazenovia, Chittenango, Canastota, Sylvan Beach, Camden, Altmar, Pulaski
Name(s):



Ithaca Rd., Elmira Rd., Meadow St., Dryden Rd., Main St., North St., Cortland Rd., West Rd., Tompkins St., Church St., Clinton Ave., Cortland St., Utica St., Rippleton Rd., Forman St., Albany St., Farnham St., Sweetland St., Gorge Rd., Falls Blvd., Genesee St., Peterboro St., 1st St., Oswego St., Rome St., Port St.
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NY 5 (Chittenango-Canastota)
US 11 / NY 41 (Cortland)
Oswego CR 17 (Williamstown)
US 20 (Cazenovia)
NY 34 (Ithaca-Cayuga Heights)
NY 34 / NY 96 (Ithaca)
NY 34 / NY 79 / NY 96 (Ithaca)
NY 38 (Dryden)
NY 49 (Sylvan Beach-Vienna)
NY 69 (Camden)
NY 80 (Sheds-New Woodstock)
NY 366 (Lansing)
Former Designations: None
History:











* NY 13 previously extended south through Horseheads and into Elmira via Old Ithaca Rd., S. Main St., and Lake Rd. before ending at Water St. (NY 352).
* Through Ithaca, NY 13 was originally aligned along its present course to Green St. where NY 13 joined NY 79's alignment. The duplex split just east of downtown with NY 13 following present day NY 366 through the Cornell Plantations and into Lansing before rejoining its present course. NY 13 was relocated in the early 1970's with the completion of a four-lane expressway and super-2 linking Ithaca and Lansing. In 1996, NY 13 with several other routes in Ithaca, were re-aligned in order to eliminate The Octopus, a multi-legged intersection known for many serious accidents. NY 13, which had run in both directions along Meadow St., was split into two one-way couplets through downtown. Northbound traffic continues to use Meadow St., while southbound traffic uses Fulton St., located one block west of Meadow.
Links:


Alps Roads: NY 13 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Upstate New York Roads: NY 13 Exit List (J.P. Wing)
State-Ends.com: NY 13 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 13A
Southern Terminus: NY 13 / NY 34 / NY 96, Ithaca
Northern Terminus: NY 79, Ithaca
Length: 2.06 miles (3.32 km)
Counties: Tompkins
Cities: Ithaca
Villages: None
Name(s): Floral Ave.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 13A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 14
Southern Terminus:PA Line at Ashland (Continues as PA 14)
Northern Terminus:Greig St. Cul-De-Sac, Sodus Point
Length: 94.54 miles (152.21 km)
Counties: Chemung, Schuyler, Yates, Ontario, Wayne
Cities: Elmira, Geneva
Villages: Elmira Heights, Horseheads, Millport, Montour Falls, Watkins Glen, Lyons, Sodus Point
Name(s):



Broadway, Clemens Center Parkway, Woodlawn Ave., College Ave., Corning Rd., Westinghouse Rd., Watkins Rd., Main St., Catharine St., Franklin St., Castile St., Exchange St., Geneva St., Lawrence St., Phelps St., Ridge Rd., Sentell St., Seaman St., Lake Rd., Bay St., Greig St.
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Yates CR 28
Yates CR 36
Wayne CR 143
NY 414 (Watkins Glen)
Former Designations: NY 328 (Elmira to Horseheads)
History:


















NY 14's original alignment through the Elmira area followed Broadway, Walnut St., Roe Ave., and Davis St., continuing as Oakwood Ave. in Elmira Heights to Grand Central Ave. NY 14 then followed Grand Central Ave. into Horseheads to Franklin St., N. Main St., and Watkins Rd. where it would continue on its present course north of the village. Around 1970, NY 14 was realigned to follow Pennsylvania Ave. (NY 328) into Elmira. The duplex split at S. Main St., with NY 14 continuing north on Pennsylvania Ave. The route would cross the Chemung River at the Madison Ave. bridge, then continue north to Washington Ave. and Grand Central Ave. Following the flood of 1972, many roads were realigned and/or converted to carry one way traffic. Madison Ave. was one of the roads affected, and as a result, NY 14 was rerouted off Madison onto Church St. (NY 352) and NY 17. NY 14 split from NY 17 at Exit 52 in Horseheads, and NY 14 continued on its present course from there. In October 1978, touring routes were realigned. NY 328 was truncated to its intersection with NY 14 in Southport, and NY 14 took on NY 328's old alignment through Elmira and Elmira Heights (Pennsylvania Ave., Main St., Park Pl., College Ave., Corning Rd.). At the same time, construction began on the Elmira Arterial, or Clemens Center Parkway. Sections of the new roadway opened around 1980. However, it would take another 20 years to complete it. When the final leg of the roadway was completed in the fall of 2001, NY 14 was realigned onto its present course through the city.
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 14 Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 14 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 14A
Southern Terminus: NY 14, Watkins Glen
Northern Terminus: US 20 / NY 5, Geneva
Length: 35.99 miles (57.94 km)
Counties: Schuyler, Yates, Ontario
Cities: None
Villages: Dundee, Penn Yan
Name(s): Main St., Millard St., Brown St., Liberty St.
Multiplexes:

NY 54 (Penn Yan)
NY 245 (Geneva)
Former Designations: None
History: NY 14A originally ran along Main St. through Penn Yan.
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 14A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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United States 15
Southern Terminus:PA Line at Lindley
Northern Terminus: I-86 / NY 17, Painted Post
Length: 12.59 miles (20.27 km)
Counties: Steuben
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): None
Multiplexes: I-99 (PA Border-Painted Post)
Former Designations: US 111
History:














US 15 was part of the original 1926 US Highway System. However it did not extend into New York until 1939 when it was assigned to the former US 111 in Steuben County. The original alignment followed Indian Hills Rd. (Steuben CR 73/CR 115) to present day NY 417, which carried NY 17 at the time. The duplex continued through Gang Mills before splitting in Painted Post. From there, US 15 followed today's NY 415 to Wayland and NY 15 to Rochester. In 1974, US 15 was truncated to its present northern terminus in Painted Post. At the same time, a four-lane expressway was built from Presho to Painted Post, and US 15 was moved to its present alignment. In October 2008, a four lane section of expressway was completed between PA 287 in Tioga, PA and just north of the state line in Lindley. The final expressway section, from Lindley to Presho was opened to southbound traffic in August 2013 and fully open to all traffic two months later. The expressway was given the I-99 designation in New York on June 27, 2014. It is speculated that, once PA awards the designation for their section of US 15 north of Williamsport, US 15's northern terminus will be moved to its interchange with I-180/US 220 in downtown Williamsport.
Notes:





* NYSDOT designation for US 15 is "15U" to distinguish it from NY 15.
* Two US 15 shields in downtown Rochester date back to when the US 15 designation was still in place in the area.
* Exits on the expressway alignment from the PA border to Painted Post were not numbered until 2005. In 2013, the exit numbering scheme was changed from sequential to mileage based.
Links:








Upstate New York Roads: US 15 Exit List (J.P. Wing)
Alps Roads: US 15 Photos (Steve Alpert)
US 15 Ends (Dale Sanderson)
State-Ends.com: US 15 Ends in New York (Douglas Kerr)
Central PA/MD Roads: US 15 Ends in Pennsylvania and Maryland (Tim Reichard)
Pennsylvania Highways: US 15 (Jeff Kitsko)
Gribblenation: US 15/Future I-99 Photo Gallery (Douglas Kerr)
AARoads Interstate Guide: I-99 (Andy Field/Alex Nitzman)
AARoads: High Priority Corridor 9 (Andy Field/Alex Nitzman)

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New York 15
Southern Terminus: I-390 / NY 21, Wayland
Northern Terminus: NY 31, Rochester
Length: 47.72 miles (76.83 km)
Counties: Steuben, Livingston, Monroe
Cities: Rochester
Villages: Bath, Wayland, Livonia
Name(s):

Lackawanna St., Main St., Conesus-Springwater Rd., S. Livonia Rd., Commercial St., Rochester Rd., Lakeville Rd., W. Henrietta Rd., Mt. Hope Ave., South Ave.
Multiplexes:


US 20A (Livonia-Lakeville)
NY 21 (Wayland)
NY 253 (Henrietta)
Former Designations: US 15 (Wayland to Rochester)
History:

Replaced US 15 designation from Painted Post to Rochester in 1974. Duplexed with NY 17 (I-86) and I-390 until 2009 when NY 15 was truncated to the I-390/NY 21 interchange south of Wayland (Signage is still posted south of Wayland).
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 15 Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 15 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 15A
Southern Terminus: NY 15, Springwater
Northern Terminus: NY 15, Rochester
Length: 35.19 miles (56.66 km)
Counties: Livingston, Monroe
Cities: Rochester
Villages: Lima
Name(s):

E. Henrietta Rd., Rush-Lima Rd., Rochester St., Lake Ave., Plank Rd., Main St., Bald Hill Rd.
Multiplexes: US 20A (Hemlock)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 15A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 16
Southern Terminus:PA Line at Knapp Creek (Continues as PA 646)
Northern Terminus:NY 5, Buffalo
Length: 79.19 miles (127.50 km)
Counties: Cattaraugus, Erie
Cities: Olean, Buffalo
Villages: Franklinville, Delevan, E. Aurora
Name(s): Rock City Rd., Union St., Main St., Olean Rd., Aurora Expressway, Olean St., Seneca St.
Multiplexes:




US 20A / NY 78 (E. Aurora)
NY 39 (Yorkshire-Sardinia)
NY 78 (E. Aurora-E. Seneca)
NY 98 (Franklinville)
NY 400 (E. Aurora)
Former Designations: NY 16A (PA Line to Olean)
History:





* NY 16 originally entered New York near Portville along what is now NY 305. Once in Portville, NY 16 duplexed with NY 17 (now NY 417) into Olean where it would meet up with today's routing.
* NY 16 was relocated off of a 2 mile section of Olean Rd. when the Aurora Expressway (NY 400) was built in the 1970's. This section is still maintained by NYSDOT at Referencee Route 951V.
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 16 Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 16 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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Early 1960s

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New York 16A
Southern Terminus:PA Line at Knapp Creek (Continued as PA 646)
Northern Terminus: NY 16 / NY 17, Olean
Counties: Cattaraugus
Cities: Olean
Villages: None
Name(s): Rock City Rd., Union St.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 16



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New York 17
Western Terminus:PA Line at Findley Lake (Continues as I-86)
Eastern Terminus:NJ Line at Suffern (Continues as NJ 17)
Length: 397.54 miles (640.04 km)
Counties:

Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany, Steuben, Chemung, Tioga, Broome, Delaware, Sullivan, Orange, Rockland
Cities: Jamestown, Salamanca, Olean, Corning, Elmira, Binghamton
Villages:

Cuba, Bath, Riverside, Horseheads, Waverly, Endicott, Johnson City, Hancock, Liberty, Monticello, Goshen, Harriman, Tuxedo Park, Sloatsburg
Name(s): Southern Tier Expressway, Orange Tpke.
Multiplexes:







US 6 (Goshen-Harriman)
US 6 / NY 17M (Goshen)
I-81 (Kirkwood-Binghamton)
I-86 (Findley Lake-Horseheads)
I-86 / NY 15 (Avoca-Painted Post)
I-86 / US 219 (Salamanca-Carrollton)
I-87 (Suffern)
I-287 (Suffern)
Former Designations: NY 70 (Arkport to Avoca)
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In its original form, NY 17 was nothing more than a long two-lane road stretching across the southern portion of the state from Lake Erie to the northern suburbs of New York City. NY 17 began in Westfield where NY 5 and NY 394 meet. From there, NY 17 followed what is now NY 394 to Mayville, NY 430 to Jamestown, and NY 394 to Steamburg. Between Steamburg and Salamanca, the original road goes into the Allegany Indian Reservation and remains intact and locally maintained. However, some sections in this area are closed off to traffic. In Salamanca, NY 17 picked up today's NY 417 and followed the length of the route to Painted Post. In Painted Post, NY 17 originally followed Hamilton, Pulteney, and Bridge Streets to Market St. in Corning. From Corning, NY 17 continued into Gibson, East Corning, and Big Flats along what is now NY 352. In Big Flats, NY 17 turned onto Main St. and continued along Big Flats Rd. (Chemung CR 64) to Horseheads. Through Horseheads, NY 17 followed its present course, albeit briefly, before duplexing with NY 13's old alignment on S. Main St. and Lake Rd. (Chemung CR 65) into Elmira. After a brief turn onto E. Water St., NY 17 continued along Chemung CR 60 and Tioga CR 60 to Waverly where the original alignment picked up what is now NY 17C. From Waverly, NY 17 followed NY 17C to Owego, then crossed the Susquehanna River before following NY 434's current alignment to Binghamton. From Binghamton to Kirkwood, NY 17 was co-signed with US 11 along its present course. From Kirkwood to Occanum, NY 17 followed its current alignment, then along Broome CR 28 to Deposit. Through Delaware and Sullivan Counties, NY 17 either followed or ran parallel close to its present course. Through Hancock, NY 17 followed present day NY 97 and NY 268. In Liberty and Monticello, NY 17 duplexed NY 52 and NY 42 respectively. In Orange County, NY 17 followed its present alignment to Goshen, then along NY 17M to Harriman where NY 17 turns south. The routing south of Harriman has pretty much gone unchanged.

The construction of the expressway sections began in the 1950's in Orange and Sullivan Counties. In the 1960's, the focus shifted west into Delaware and eastern Broome Counties. In the mid 1960's, the focus started to shift on the expressway sections west of Binghamton. By 1970, NY 17 was four-laned east of Owego. In the early 1970's, the Southern Tier Expressway (as it would be called) began to take shape. By the mid 1970's, the NY 17 designation had shifted to the new expressway which was nearing completion. The western terminus was also moved to the Pennsylvania line near Findley Lake. In 1980, work began to bypass NY 17 around Corning. The project would take 15 years to complete. In 1992, the Super-2 that made up the westernmost 25 miles of highway began to be twinned into a four lane divided highway. Work on that project wrapped in 1997, at which time, the westernmost 177 miles was eligible for interstate designation. On December 3, 1999, the I-86 designation was given to this stretch of highway. However, work was still needed to upgrade the rest of NY 17 to interstate standards.

In 2000, a diamond interchange was built in Lowman (Exit 57) to replace a signalized intersection. At the same time, new interchanges were built between Kirkwood and Windsor. That section would eventually be given the I-86 designation on May 1, 2006. In 2003, a 3/4 diamond interchange was built at the Kahler Rd. intersection. This upgrade allowed for the I-86 designation to be extended seven miles into Chemung County on May 13, 2004. From 2003 to 2007, an elevated roadway through the Village of Horseheads was built, eliminating a one mile stretch of at-grade and signalized intersections. The I-86 designation was extended east to Elmira in November 2007.

In 2004, a bill was proposed to rename the entire length of I-86 in memory of former U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

In 2008, work began to upgrade the section between Elmira and Chemung by removing at grade intersections and driveways. A new interchange (Exit 58) was built near the Chemung County Landfill and the project was completed in late 2012. Meanwhile, in Sullivan County, a bypass was built in Parksville eliminating additional at-grade intersections, including NY 17's last signalized intersection at Cooley Rd. (Sullivan CR 85).

At the present time, there are still several improvements that must be made, particularly east of Binghamton. However there are two significant hurdles that stand in the way of I-86 being able to be extended to Harriman. First is the Prospect Mountain (Kamikaze Curve) area in Binghamton which also involves the complete reconstruction of the interchange with I-81. Construction began in 2011 and is expected to take up to seven years to complete. The other major obstacle is ugrading the section in Hale Eddy in western Delaware County (Between Deposit and Hancock). That project is still in the preliminary stages with construction expected to take place around 2015-16.

Upon completion of the I-86 conversion, NY 17 will be truncated to the north-south section between the NJ Line and Harriman.

Notes:

NY 17 is the longest signed touring route in the state and is signed north-south from the NJ line to Harriman.
Links:







Alps Roads: NY 17 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Upstate New York Roads: I-86/NY 17 Exit List (J.P. Wing)
NY 17 Quickway Photos (Jeff Saltzman)
nycroads.com: NY 17 (Steve Anderson)
AARoads Interstate Guide: I-86 (Andy Field/Alex Nitzman)
AARoads: High Priority Corridor 36 (Andy Field/Alex Nitzman)
Southern Tier Expressway Photos (Jim Teresco/Rob Foulis)
State-Ends.com: NY 17 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 17A
Southern Terminus: NY 17, Southfields
Northern Terminus: NY 17, Goshen
Length: 24.76 miles (39.86 km)
Counties: Orange
Cities: None
Villages: Greenwood Lake, Warwick, Florida
Name(s): Galloway Rd., Main St.
Multiplexes: NY 94 (Warwick-Florida)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 17A Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 17A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 17B
Western Terminus: NY 97, Callicoon
Eastern Terminus: NY 17, Monticello
Length: 21.90 miles (35.26 km)
Counties: Sullivan
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): None
Multiplexes:

NY 52 (Fosterdale)
NY 55 (White Lake)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 17B Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 17B Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 17C
Western Terminus: NY 34, Waverly
Eastern Terminus: US 11, Binghamton
Length: 40.34 miles (64.95 km)
Counties: Tioga, Broome
Cities: Binghamton
Villages: Waverly, Owego, Endicott, Johnson City
Name(s): Chemung St., Main St., Front St.
Multiplexes:

NY 26 (Endicott)
NY 96 (Owego)
Former Designations: NY 17 (Waverly-Owego)
History:


Original routing followed its present course from Owego to Binghamton. When NY 17 moved to the Southern Tier Expressway in the mid-late 1970's, the NY 17C designation was extended to Waverly.
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 17C Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 17C Ends (Douglas Kerr)

DECOMMISSIONED
Early 1940s

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New York 17D
Western Terminus:NY 17, Elmira
Eastern Terminus:PA Line at Chemung
Counties: Chemung
Cities: Elmira
Villages: Wellsburg
Name(s): Madison Ave., Maple Ave., Wilawana Rd.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 427



DECOMMISSIONED
Mid 1960s

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New York 17E
Western Terminus: NY 17, East Corning
Eastern Terminus: NY 17, Elmira
Counties: Steuben, Chemung
Cities: Elmira
Villages: None
Name(s): Big Flats Rd., Water St., Church St.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 352



DECOMMISSIONED
Early 1940s

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New York 17F
Western Terminus:NY 17, Andover
Eastern Terminus:NY 17, Addison
Counties: Allegany, Steuben
Cities: Hornell
Villages: Andover, Almond, Canisteo, Addison
Name(s): Main St., Seneca St., Canisteo River Rd.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 21 (Andover-Hornell), NY 36 (Hornell-Canisteo), NY 432 (Canisteo-Addison), Steuben CR 119 (Canisteo-Addison)


DECOMMISSIONED
1940

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New York 17G
Western Terminus: NY 17 / NY 19, Wellsville
Eastern Terminus: NY 17F, Canisteo
Counties: Allegany, Steuben
Cities: None
Villages: Wellsville, Canisteo
Name(s): None
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 19 (Wellsville-Stannards), NY 248 (Entire Length)



DECOMMISSIONED
Early 1970s

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New York 17H
Western Terminus:NY 17, Vestal
Eastern Terminus:NY 17, Binghamton
Counties: Broome
Cities: Binghamton
Villages: None
Name(s): Riverside Dr.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


SR 990D



DECOMMISSIONED
Early 1970s

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New York 17J
Western Terminus:NY 17, Hadley Bay
Eastern Terminus: NY 17 / NY 60, Jamestown
Counties: Chautauqua
Cities: Jamestown
Villages: Lakewood
Name(s): West Lake Rd., Fairmount Ave., 6th St., 5th St., 4th St.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 394



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New York 17K
Western Terminus: NY 17, Bloomingburg
Eastern Terminus: US 9W / NY 32, Newburgh
Length: 22.12 miles (35.61 km)
Counties: Orange
Cities: Newburgh
Villages: Montgomery
Name(s): Bridge St., Ward St., Newburgh-Cochecton Tpke., Broadway
Multiplexes: NY 32 (Newburgh)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 17K Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 17K Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 17M
Western Terminus: NY 17, Fair Oaks
Eastern Terminus: NY 17, Harriman
Length: 26.63 miles (42.87 km)
Counties: Orange
Cities: Middletown
Villages: Goshen, Chester, Monroe, Harriman
Name(s):

North St., Wickham Ave., Monhagen Ave., Fulton Ave., Academy Ave., Dotson Ave., Matthews St., Brookside Ave., Ramapo Ave.
Multiplexes:


US 6 (Middletown-Goshen)
US 6 / NY 17 (Goshen)
NY 211 (Middletown)
Former Designations: NY 17 (Goshen-Harriman)
History:

Original routing was from Fair Oaks to Goshen. NY 17M was extended east to Harriman when present day NY 17 was built and opened.
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 17M Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 18
Western Terminus: NY 18F / NY 104, Lewiston
Eastern Terminus: NY 104, Rochester
Length: 87.28 miles (140.52 km)
Counties: Niagara, Orleans, Monroe
Cities: Rochester
Villages: Wilson, Hilton
Name(s):


Creek Rd., Lake Rd., Harbor St., Ontario St., Roosevelt Hwy., Hamlin Center Rd., Clarkson-Hamlin Townline Rd., West Ave., Hilton-Parma Corners Rd., Parma Center Rd., Manitou Rd., Latta Rd., Dewey Ave.
Multiplexes:



NY 98 (Baldwin Corners)
NY 259 (Hilton)
NY 261 (N. Greece)
NY 272 (Morton)
Former Designations: None
History:











Original routing began at the PA line in Limestone and duplexed with US 219 to Salamanca. From Salamanca, NY 18 turned north and followed the length of present day NY 353. NY 18 then duplexed with US 62 from Dayton to Niagara Falls, and US 104 from Niagara Falls to Lewiston where NY 18's western terminus is presently located. NY 18 then turned east and followed the length of its present alignment to Rochester. NY 18 then rejoined US 104 and continued east along Ridge Rd. to Culver Rd., then east along Lake Rd. to Sodus Point. NY 18 was scaled down to between Lewiston and Webster (at NY 250) in the 1960's. In the late 1960's, NY 18 was moved from Culver Rd. to present day NY 590. On March 18, 1980, NY 18's eastern terminus was moved to its present location. E. Ridge Rd., Culver Rd. and Lake Rd. east of Webster are now county maintained. A 5 1/2 mile stretch of Lake Rd. from the Irondequoit Bay Outlet to Webster is still maintained by NYSDOT as Reference Route 941L.
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 18 Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 18 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

DECOMMISSIONED
1962

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New York 18A
Southern Terminus: US 62 / NY 18 / NY 39, Collins
Northern Terminus: US 62 / NY 18, Hamburg
Counties: Erie
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): Sisson Hwy.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 75



DECOMMISSIONED
1962

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New York 18B
Southern Terminus: US 62 / NY 18, Hamburg
Northern Terminus: US 62 / NY 18 / NY 324, Amherst
Counties: Erie
Cities: None
Villages: Hamburg, Orchard Park
Name(s):

Boston State Rd., Herman Hill Rd., Boston Ridge Rd., Chestnut Ridge Rd., Union Rd., N. Forest Rd., Sheridan Dr.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 391 (Entire Length), NY 277 (Entire Length), NY 324 (Amherst)



DECOMMISSIONED
1938

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New York 18C
Western Terminus: NY 240, Orchard Park
Eastern Terminus: NY 78, Orchard Park
Counties: Erie
Cities:
Villages:
Name(s):
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:



DECOMMISSIONED
1962

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New York 18D
Western Terminus: US-Canada Border at Niagara Falls
Eastern Terminus: US 62 / NY 18, Niagara Falls
Counties: Niagara
Cities: Niagara Falls
Villages: None
Name(s): Porter Rd., Hyde Park Blvd., Ontario Ave.
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


NY 182



DECOMMISSIONED
1962

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New York 18E
Southern Terminus: US-Canada Border at Lewiston
Northern Terminus: NY 18, Lewiston
Counties: Niagara
Cities:
Villages: Lewiston
Name(s): Lewiston-Queenston Bridge I
Former Designations: None
Replaced By:


Dismantled



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New York 18F
Western Terminus: NY 18 / NY 104, Lewiston
Eastern Terminus: NY 18, Youngstown
Length: 9.80 miles (15.78 km)
Counties: Niagara
Cities: None
Villages: Lewiston, Youngstown
Name(s): Ridge Rd., Center St., 4th St., Oneida St., 2nd St., Jackson St., Lake Rd.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:
Links:

Alps Roads: NY 18F Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 18F Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 19
Southern Terminus:PA Line at Shongo (Continues as PA 449)
Northern Terminus:Lake Ontario State Parkway, Hamlin
Length: 108.79 miles (175.15 km)
Counties: Allegany, Wyoming, Genesee, Monroe
Cities: None
Villages: Wellsville, Belmont, Pike, Gainesville, Warsaw, Wyoming, LeRoy, Bergen, Brockport
Name(s):

Main St., Greenwich St., Willetts Ave., Genesee St., Spencer St., Allegany Rd., Pavillion-Warsaw Rd., Lake St., Warsaw Rd.
Multiplexes:


NY 39 (Pike)
Truck NY 244 (Belmont)
NY 417 (Wellsville)
Former Designations: None
History: Bypass built around Wellsville in the early 1970's.
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 19 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 19A
Southern Terminus: NY 19, Filmore
Northern Terminus: NY 19, Rock Glen
Length: 19.06 miles (30.69 km)
Counties: Allegany, Wyoming
Cities: None
Villages: Castile, Silver Springs
Name(s): Federal Rd., Cummings Ave., Warsaw Blvd.
Multiplexes:

NY 39 (Castile)
NY 436 (Portageville)
Former Designations: None
History:
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 19A Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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