Routes 500-599

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New York 531
Western Terminus: NY 31 / NY 36, Adams Basin
Eastern Terminus: I-490, Gates
Length: 8.02 miles (12.91 km)
Counties: Monroe
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): Spencerport Expressway
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:








The Spencerport Expressway was part of a proposal to link Rochester and Buffalo with a free limited access highway. It is believed this idea was abandoned, but there's speculation that this road could connect with I-990 in the Buffalo area. The first section, I-490 to NY 386, was built in the 1970's and carried Reference Route 940P. The NY 531 designation was born in 1984 when the second section, NY 386 to Manitou Rd., was opened. Construction of the road between Manitou Rd. and NY 31/NY 36 in Adams Basin did not begin until 1993, due mainly in part to NIMBY's. The section was opened to traffic in 1995. Since then, there have been sporadic talks to build an extension west to NY 19 south of Brockport. But there is no set timetable for such an extension at this time.
Links:

Upstate New York Roads: NY 531 Exit List (J.P. Wing)
State-Ends.com: NY 531 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 532
Reserved for the unbuilt Setauket Bypass in Suffolk County.






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Interstate 587
Western Terminus: I-87 / NY 28, Kingston
Eastern Terminus: NY 28 / NY 32, Kingston
Length: 1.21 miles (1.95 km)
Counties: Ulster
Cities: Kingston
Villages: None
Name(s): Colonel Chandler Dr.
Multiplexes: NY 28 (Kingston)
Former Designations: None
History: Opened in 1960.
Notes: I-587 is duplexed with NY 28 for its entire length.
Links:



NYC Roads: I-587 (Steve Anderson)
Upstate New York Roads: I-587 Exit List (J.P. Wing)
Kurumi.com: I-587 (Scott Oglesby)
AA Roads Interstate Guide: I-587 (Alex Nitzman/Andy Field)

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Interstate 590
Southern Terminus: I-390, Brighton
Northern Terminus: I-490 / NY 590, Rochester
Length: 5.31 miles (8.55 km)
Counties: Monroe
Cities: Rochester
Villages: None
Name(s): None
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: NY 47
History:



I-590 was originally designated in 1977 and extended west and north to I-490 in Gates along the current I-390 alignment in the area. The southern terminus was moved to its current location when I-390's original alignment into Rochester was cancelled. The designation of I-590 was partly responsible for the decomissioning of NY 47.
Links:



Upstate New York Roads: I-590 Exit List (J.P. Wing)
Alps Roads: I-590 Photos (Steve Alpert)
Kurumi.com: I-590 (Scott Oglesby)
AA Roads Interstate Guide: I-590 (Alex Nitzman/Andy Field)

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New York 590
Southern Terminus: I-490 / I-590, Rochester
Northern Terminus: Monroe CR 91, Irondequoit
Length: 5.15 miles (8.29 km)
Counties: Monroe
Cities: Rochester
Villages: None
Name(s): None
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: None
History:

Assigned in 1980, replacing the NY 47 and NY 18 designations east of Rochester. Northern terminus truncated to Titus Ave. (Monroe CR 91) in 2009.
Links:


Upstate New York Roads: I-590 Exit List (J.P. Wing)
Alps Roads: NY 590 Photos (Steve Alpert)
State-Ends.com: NY 590 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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New York 598
Southern Terminus: NY 5, Syracuse
Northern Terminus: NY 298, E. Syracuse
Length: 2.50 miles (4.03 km)
Counties: Onondaga
Cities: Syracuse
Villages: None
Name(s): Midler Ave., New Court St.
Multiplexes: None
Former Designations: NY 433
History: Assigned September 20, 2004
Links: State-Ends.com: NY 598 Ends (Douglas Kerr)

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