Junction List


New York 352
JUNCTION LIST | PHOTOS | NAVIGATION

Assigned:
Distance: 18.96 miles (30.53 kilometers)
Orientation: East-West
Counties: Steuben, Chemung
Cities: Corning, Elmira
Villages: Riverside
Name(s): Buffalo St., Dennison Pkwy., Corning Rd., LPGA Dr., Water St., Church St.
Former Designations: NY 17 (Riverside to East Corning), NY 17E (East Corning to Elmira)

Signage for NY 352 westbound in West Elmira.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/17/2006)


JUNCTION LIST

Mile Desc. EAST (Read Down) WEST (Read Up)
. . STEUBEN COUNTY
VILLAGE OF RIVERSIDE
.
0.00 JCT
(WT)
/ TO EAST EAST (Exit 45)
.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
. JCT WEST WEST (Exit 45)
.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
. . CITY OF CORNING VILLAGE OF RIVERSIDE
. JCT (ST)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 08/18/2002)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 08/18/2002)
2.40 JCT (NT)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2001)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 08/18/2002)
2.88 . . CITY OF CORNING
.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/23/2012)
3.91 JCT (Exit 47)

(Douglas Kerr, 09/16/2007)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
6.20 JCT (Exit 48)

(Douglas Kerr, 09/16/2007)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
7.14 . CHEMUNG COUNTY STEUBEN COUNTY
.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
14.35 JCT (ST)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 08/18/2002)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
16.36 . CITY OF ELMIRA .
17.66 JCT

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/17/2006)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/17/2006)
18.96 JCT
(ET)
(Exit 56) / CHEMUNG

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/17/2006)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/17/2006)
. . . CHEMUNG COUNTY
CITY OF ELMIRA


ADDITIONAL PHOTOS
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NY 352 west leaves Corning at the intersection with Bridge St. This marked the beginning of the expressway section of NY 17 west of Corning until the current alignment opened in 1995.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
Looking west down Dennison Parkway. When NY 17 was moved to its current alignment, the roadway had to be rebuilt because of all of the wear and tear caused by the heavy traffic that used this road.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
NY 352 meets the northern terminus of NY 225 as it enters the City of Corning.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
Prior to entering Corning, NY 352 passes the tiny hamlet of Gibson.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
General view of the four lane section of NY 352 in East Corning, which carried NY 17 until 1980. This stretch is also known as LPGA Drive for the Corning Country Club, which has hosted the LPGA's Corning Classic over the Memorial Day weekend since the late 1970's.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
NY 352 morphs into a four lane roadway with I-86/NY 17 running parallel.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
NY 352 crosses into Steuben County. If you look carefully, next to the sign is an old-school NYSDPW (as NYSDOT was known as back in the day) county line marker dating back to the 1930's. A closeup of this marker, taken by Douglas Kerr on 09/05/2003, can be found here.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
NY 352 bears west as it bypasses the hamlet of Big Flats.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
After descending Harris Hill, NY 352 approaches Big Flats.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
NY 352 runs roughly parallel to the Chemung River. In this photo, the highway passes through a residential area near Harris Hill.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 05/30/2006)
NY 352 eastbound passes through the muncipal area of West Elmira.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/17/2006)

At Hoffman St., W. Water (top photo) and W. Church (bottom photo) Streets become two way as NY 352 enters Elmira. Both streets were originally two way streets, but each became one way from downtown Elmira in 1965. In November 2004, the one way restriction was eliminated from both streets after much debate. While both streets are two way from this point east, the NY 352 designation remains one way.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/17/2006)
From 1965 until 2004, the intersection of E. Church and Market Streets marked the eastern end of the one way sections of NY 352.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/17/2006)
Prior to the two-way conversion, NY 352's eastern terminus was located at the Church St. interchange with NY 17. This photo was taken shortly before the trumpet interchange was rebuilt into the double diamond interchange that it currently is.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 11/03/2000)


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