2006 New York Code - Designation Of State Interstate Routes.



 
    §  340-a.  Designation  of  state  interstate routes. State interstate
  routes are hereby set forth and generally described as follows:
    Interstate Route 501.  Beginning  at  the  New  York  City-Westchester
  county  line  north  of  Pelham Bay park, thence generally northeasterly
  through or in the vicinity of Mt. Vernon, New Rochelle and Rye,  to  the
  New  York-Connecticut  border  in  the  vicinity  of  Port  Chester, the
  foregoing route being a portion of the New York state thruway.
    Interstate Route 502.  Beginning  on  the  New  York  City-Westchester
  county  line  at  the  Major  Deegan  expressway,  thence  in  a general
  northerly direction through Yonkers to interstate route  connection  520
  in  the vicinity of Elmsford, the foregoing route being a portion of the
  New York state thruway, thence from interstate route connection  520  in
  the  vicinity  of  White  Plains  in  a  general  northerly direction to
  interstate route 503 in the vicinity  of  Brewster,  excluding  a  short
  section through the western tip of Fairfield county, Connecticut, thence
  from  interstate  route  503  in  the  vicinity  of Newburgh, continuing
  generally northerly passing through or in the vicinity of  Kingston  and
  Albany, intersecting interstate route 504 in the vicinity of Albany, the
  foregoing  route  between Newburgh and Albany being a portion of the New
  York state thruway, thence continuing in a general  northerly  direction
  crossing  the  Mohawk river on a new bridge to be constructed as part of
  this route, such bridge shall be designated and shall be  known  as  the
  "Thaddeus  Kosciuszko bridge", and passing through or in the vicinity of
  Saratoga  Springs,  Glens  Falls   and   Plattsburgh   to   the   United
  States-Canada border in the vicinity of Champlain. In order to provide a
  continuous  and uninterrupted interstate route section from the vicinity
  of  White  Plains  to  the  vicinity  of  Brewster  as  aforesaid,   the
  commissioner of transportation is authorized and empowered to enter into
  an  agreement  or agreements with the duly authorized representatives of
  the state of Connecticut in order to provide for  the  construction  and
  maintenance  of  necessary connections between said interstate route 502
  and an interstate route to be  constructed  through  the  said  excluded
  section  of  interstate  route  502  running  through the western tip of
  Fairfield county, Connecticut.
    Interstate Route 503. Beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York border in
  the vicinity of Port Jervis, thence  generally  easterly,  crossing  the
  Hudson  River  in  the  vicinity  of  Newburgh  and  Beacon,  to the New
  York-Connecticut border in the vicinity of Brewster.
    Interstate Route 504. Beginning on the Pennsylvania-New York border in
  the vicinity of Lake Erie, thence in a general  northeasterly  direction
  passing  in  the  vicinity  of  Dunkirk, to the vicinity of Big Tree and
  generally northerly to the town of Cheektowaga, and continuing northerly
  to the vicinity of Williamsville and generally easterly  through  or  in
  the  vicinity of Batavia and Syracuse, intersecting interstate route 505
  in the vicinity  of  Syracuse,  continuing  generally  easterly  passing
  through or in the vicinity of Oneida, Utica, Little Falls, Amsterdam and
  Schenectady to an intersection with interstate route 502 in the vicinity
  of  Albany  the  foregoing  route  being a portion of the New York state
  thruway; thence in a general easterly  direction  through  the  city  of
  Albany  to  an  intersection with interstate route connection 540 in the
  vicinity of Lower Patroon Island,  thence  in  a  general  southeasterly
  direction  to  a  point  on  the Berkshire section of the New York state
  thruway in the vicinity of state highway five thousand  eighty-four,  as
  determined by the commissioner of transportation and the chairman of the
  New  York  state thruway authority, thence continuing along the New York
  state thruway to the  New  York-Massachusetts  border,  such  interstate
  route to be designated, in addition to any other name or designation, as
  the "AMVETS Memorial Highway".
    Interstate Route 505. Beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York border in
  the  vicinity of Corbettsville, thence generally northerly through or in
  the  vicinity  of  Binghamton,  Cortland  and   Syracuse,   intersecting
  interstate  route  504 in the vicinity of Syracuse, continuing generally
  northerly  through  or  in  the  vicinity  of  Watertown  to  the United
  States-Canada  border  in  the  vicinity  of  Grass  Point  Park,   also
  continuing  from  a point on interstate route 505 north of Watertown and
  in a northeasterly direction to or in the vicinity  of  Massena,  thence
  easterly  and  southeasterly  passing  in  the  vicinity of Malone, to a
  connection with interstate route 502 in the vicinity of Plattsburgh.
    Interstate Route 506. Beginning at interstate route 504 in the town of
  Cheektowaga,  thence  generally  westerly  and   northwesterly   through
  Buffalo, across Grand Island, the foregoing route being a portion of the
  New  York  state  thruway,  and  thence generally westerly to the United
  States-Canada border in the  vicinity  of  Lewiston;  also  including  a
  connection  beginning  at  the Peace bridge toll plaza, as determined by
  the commissioner of transportation, thence generally  southwesterly  and
  southerly  to  a  point on the southbound lane of the Niagara section of
  the New York  state  thruway  in  the  vicinity  of  Porter  avenue,  as
  determined by the commissioner of transportation and the chairman of the
  New York state thruway authority.
    Interstate  Route  507. Beginning at the New Jersey-New York border in
  the  vicinity  of  Suffern,  Rockland  county,  thence  in   a   general
  northwesterly direction to Delaware county, thence in a general westerly
  direction  to  the  Pennsylvania line in the county of Chautaugua, along
  the southern section of New York State, following substantially what  is
  now touring route 17.
    Interstate Route 508. Beginning at interstate route 505 in or near the
  city of Binghamton thence generally northeasterly within the Susquehanna
  river  valley and through or near the city of Oneonta, thence continuing
  northeasterly through or in the vicinity of the city of Schenectady,  to
  a connection with interstate route 502 in the vicinity of Latham.
    Interstate  Route  509.  Beginning  at  a  point  on the Southern Tier
  expressway in the vicinity of Avoca, thence generally  northwesterly  to
  the   vicinity  of  Dansville  and  continuing  generally  northerly  to
  interstate route connection 580 in the city of Rochester.
    New York City Routes and Connections.
    Interstate Route Connection 511. Cross Bronx  expressway  from  George
  Washington  bridge  approach to Bruckner expressway. Bruckner expressway
  from Cross Bronx expressway to New England thruway, New England  thruway
  from Bruckner expressway to Westchester county line.
    Interstate   Route  Connection  512.  Staten  Island  expressway  from
  Goethals  bridge  approach   to   Verrazano-Narrows   bridge   approach,
  Brooklyn-Queens  expressway  from  Verrazano-Narrows  bridge approach to
  Grand  Central  parkway,  Grand  Central  parkway  from  Brooklyn-Queens
  expressway  to  Triborough bridge approach, Major Deegan expressway from
  Triborough bridge approach to the  Westchester  county  line  connecting
  with interstate route 502.
    Interstate  Route  Connection  513.  Nassau  expressway  from Van Wyck
  boulevard to 150th street, Clearview expressway from Hillside avenue  to
  Throgs  Neck  bridge  approach,  Throgs Neck expressway from Throgs Neck
  bridge approach to Bruckner expressway including Cross Bronx  expressway
  from Throgs Neck expressway to Bruckner expressway.
    Interstate   Route  Connection  514.  Queens-Midtown  expressway  from
  Brooklyn-Queens  expressway  to   Queens   boulevard,   Horace   Harding
  expressway from Queens boulevard to Clearview expressway.
    Interstate  Route  Connection  515.  From  Brooklyn-Queens  expressway
  easterly to Northern boulevard in the vicinity of Grand Central parkway;
  Northern boulevard and Whitestone parkway from Grand Central parkway  to
  Bronx-Whitestone  bridge  approach,  including  Van Wyck expressway from
  Horace Harding expressway northerly to  Whitestone  parkway,  Hutchinson
  River  expressway  from  Bronx-Whitestone  bridge  approach  to Bruckner
  expressway.
    Interstate Route Connection 516. Bruckner expressway  from  Triborough
  bridge approach to Cross-Bronx expressway.
    Interstate  Route  Connection  517. Arthur V. Sheridan expressway from
  Bruckner expressway to Cross-Bronx expressway.
    Interstate   Route   Connection   518.   West   Side   highway    from
  Brooklyn-Queens  expressway  via  Brooklyn Battery tunnel to the Lincoln
  tunnel,  including  a  connection  from  the  Lincoln  tunnel  to   West
  Seventy-second  street.  In  no event shall traffic by any type of motor
  vehicle used for commercial purposes,  such  as  the  transportation  of
  goods,  wares  and merchandise including trailers and semi-trailers, and
  tractors when used in combination with trailers and  semi-trailers,  and
  motor  coaches  carrying passengers except taxicabs be permitted on this
  route north of Fifty-ninth street, and  such  commercial  traffic  shall
  exit  from  or enter on this route no further north than the connections
  or ramps to this route at Fifty-seventh street.
    Up State Connections.
    Interstate Route Connection 520. From  interstate  route  502  in  the
  vicinity of Elmsford, generally easterly passing through or northerly of
  White  Plains  to a connection with interstate route 501 in the vicinity
  of Rye, including  an  interchange  with  interstate  route  501,  which
  interchange   is  to  be  maintained  and  constructed  jointly  by  the
  department of transportation and the New York State thruway authority in
  a manner determined by the commissioner of transportation  and  the  New
  York  State  thruway  authority.  The  county  of  Westchester is hereby
  authorized to convey to the state of New  York  all  the  right,  title,
  interest and option rights of the people of Westchester county in and to
  such  parts  of  the lands, buildings and other real property and rights
  thereto acquired and held by it, as deemed necessary by the commissioner
  of transportation of the state of New York for purposes  connected  with
  an   expressway  known  as  interstate  route  connection  520  (Central
  Westchester highway-Cross Westchester expressway) from interstate  route
  502  in  the  vicinity  of  Elmsford  in  the  town  of  Greenburgh to a
  connection with interstate route 501 in the vicinity of Rye, through and
  over the Tarrytown-White Plains parkway reservation, Central Westchester
  parkway reservation, Bronx river parkway reservation, Silver  Lake  park
  reservation,  Mamaroneck  river parkway reservation and Hutchinson river
  parkway reservation.
    Such conveyance is to be  made  upon  the  express  condition  and  in
  express  consideration  of  the  agreement  of  the state of New York to
  construct and maintain at its owns cost and  expense,  or  with  federal
  aid,  interstate  route  connection  520  along  such  right  of  way as
  hereinabove described and to acquire at its own  cost  and  expense,  or
  with  federal aid or by gift such additional property as may be required
  for such construction.
    The fee title to all property so conveyed shall vest in the people  of
  the  state  of New York, subject to all restrictions, convenants, leases
  and easements of record, and subject to any state of facts  an  accurate
  survey  may  show  as  of the date of such conveyance. The people of the
  state of New York shall thereupon take possession of such  property  and
  hold  and  maintain the same in perpetuity at their own expense, or with
  federal aid, for highway purposes, and the people of the  state  of  New
  York  shall  be  the  successor  of  such  county  as to the real estate
  acquired under the provisions of this section and shall  have  the  same
  powers  and  duties  with  respect  to  its  improvement,  operation and
  maintenance as if the same had been originally acquired by the state for
  highway purposes.
    Nothing  in this section shall be construed to limit the obligation of
  Westchester county to pay  the  principal  and  interest  on  any  bonds
  heretofore  issued  by  the county of Westchester for the acquisition of
  the land to be conveyed to the state pursuant to this  section,  nor  to
  place any liability on the state of New York for any damages or injuries
  to person or property arising out of or incidental to the acquisition or
  ownership  by  Westchester  county  of  such  property, which shall have
  occurred prior to the  date  of  such  conveyance  from  the  county  of
  Westchester to the state of New York.
    Interstate  Route Connection 525. Beginning at the New Jersey-New York
  border in  the  vicinity  of  Suffern,  thence  in  a  general  easterly
  direction across the Hudson river in the vicinity of Nyack to interstate
  route  502,  in  the  vicinity  of  Elmsford,  said portion of the route
  between Suffern and Elmsford being a  portion  of  the  New  York  state
  thruway.
    Interstate  Route  Connection  530.  From  interstate route 502 in the
  vicinity of Kingston, generally southeasterly to  the  vicinity  of  the
  intersection of Albany avenue and Broadway in the city of Kingston.
    Interstate  Route  Connection  540.  From interstate route 502, in the
  vicinity of Albany, the Village of Menands, and the city  of  Watervliet
  into  the  city  of  Troy  in the vicinity of Hoosick Street and Seventh
  avenue. The bridge on such route spanning  the  Hudson  river  shall  be
  designated and known as the "Collar City Bridge".
    Interstate  Route  Connection  542.  From  interstate route 504 in the
  vicinity  of  the  Albany  north  city  line  generally  northerly   and
  northwesterly  to a connection with interstate route 502 in the vicinity
  of the Albany-Shaker road.
    Interstate Route Connection 550. From interstate route  504  south  of
  Schenectady,  northerly  and  westerly,  passing  through  the  city  of
  Schenectady to interstate route 504 west of Schenectady.
    Interstate Route Connection 560. From interstate route  504  generally
  southwesterly  to  the  vicinity  of the intersection of the North-South
  Arterial and Oriskany Street in the city of Utica.
    Interstate  Route  Connection  570.   From   interstate   route   504,
  southeasterly south of Onondaga Lake to the city of Syracuse, continuing
  southeasterly and easterly to an intersection with interstate route 571,
  continuing  northerly  to  an  intersection  with  interstate route 504,
  continuing northerly and westerly  to  interstate  route  505  north  of
  Syracuse.
    Interstate  Route  Connection  571.  From  Interstate Route 505 in the
  vicinity of the Syracuse south city line easterly and  northerly  to  an
  intersection with Interstate Route Connection 570.
    Interstate  Route  Connection  575.  From  interstate route 505 in the
  vicinity of its intersection with touring route 68,  generally  westerly
  to  a  connection  with arterial highway route 37 in the vicinity of the
  Ogdensburg-Prescott international bridge.
    Interstate Route Connection 580. From interstate  route  504  west  of
  Rochester,  generally northeasterly to the city of Rochester, continuing
  northeasterly, easterly and southeasterly through the city of  Rochester
  and continuing southeasterly to interstate route 504 east of Rochester.
    Interstate   route  connection  581.  Beginning  at  interstate  route
  connection 580 west of city of  Rochester  thence  generally  southerly,
  easterly   and   northerly  to  an  interchange  with  interstate  route
  connection 580 near the easterly line of the city of Rochester.
    Interstate route connection 590. From interstate route  506  south  of
  Grand  Island,  generally  easterly,  southeasterly,  and  southerly  to
  interstate route 504 in the vicinity of Williamsville to  be  designated
  and known as "The Elmer G. H. Youngmann Memorial Highway."
    Interstate  Route  Connection  591.  From  interstate route 590 in the
  vicinity of Millersport highway northeasterly to the vicinity  of  North
  French road northeast of Buffalo.


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