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New York 328
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Assigned:
Distance: 6.20 miles (9.98 kilometers)
Orientation: North-South
Counties: Chemung
Cities: None
Villages: None
Name(s): None
Former Designations: None
History: The original alignment of NY 328 followed Pennsylvania Ave. (Chemung CR 69) from the Pennsylvania border near Webb Mills to Elmira. After a duplex with NY 14, NY 328 continued north on Main St. into downtown Elmira. Then north on Park Place and College Ave. before following the current NY 14 alignment from Woodlawn Ave. in Elmira to Watkins Rd. in Horseheads, where NY 328 ended. In the mid 1960's, NY 328 was moved to a super-2 and 4-lane alignment adjacent to the original alignment to NY 14, bypassing Webb Mills and Pine City. In 1978, NY 328 was truncated to its present northern terminus. In 2001, the alignment at the northern terminus was adjusted so that the NY 328 alignment would line up with the southern end of Clemens Center Parkway (NY 14).

Looking north on NY 328 as the super-2 bypasses Webb Mills.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)












JUNCTION LIST

Mile Desc. NORTH (Read Down) SOUTH (Read Up)
. . WELCOME TO NEW YORK
CHEMUNG COUNTY
WELCOME TO PENNSYLVANIA
BRADFORD COUNTY
0.00 JCT
(ST)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)
6.20 JCT
(NT)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)
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. . . CHEMUNG COUNTY


ADDITIONAL PHOTOS
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The beginning of the four lane section on NY 328 north.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)
Approaching the northern end of NY 328, the highway enters Southport's business district. Prior to being realigned to connect with the southern extension of the Clemens Center Parkway, the roadway turned toward where you see the first two streetlamps where it would intersect with Broadway and NY 14. Also, at this location, a traffic signal controlled traffic coming from Pennsylvania Ave. When the roadway was realigned, the signal and intersection was removed (Southbound, a slip ramp replaced the intersection).
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)
The northern terminus of NY 328, as it appeared from 1978 until 2001.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 08/14/2000)
This emergency turnaround gives NY 328 the true look of an expressway.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)
Initial warning signage for the southern end of the four lane section.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)
At the south end of the four lane section, the left lane cuts off to funnel traffic into one lane for the super-two, and to accomodate a left turn lane at the Pennsylvania Ave. intersection.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)
A southbound view along the super-two.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 02/09/2006)


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