US Routes


US 1

New Jersey Line to Connecticut Line through New York.

US 2

US Routes 9 and 11 near Rouses Point to Vermont State Line. Violation of New York numbering scheme, since there is also a NY Route 2 and there isn't supposed to be duplication between N Y and U S numbers. (jd) NYSDOT refers to this route as State Route 2U in it's databases, however, it's official designation is US Route 2.

US 4

East Greenbush, New York to Vermont State Line via suburban Albany, Glens Falls

US 6

New Jersey Line to Connecticut Line via Harriman St. Park, Peekskill

US 9

New Jersey Line to Champlain near Canadian Border via New York, Albany, Plattsburgh. Follows the Hudson River.

US 9W

New Jersey Line to Albany. Parallels US Route 9 on the west side of the Hudson River, hence the designation "9W".

US 11

Pennsylvania Line near Conklin to Rouses Point near Canadian Border via Binghamton, Cortland, Syracuse, Watertown

US 15

Pennyslvania State Line near Lawrenceville to Painted Post. Decommissioned from Painted Post to Rochester (now labeled NY Route 15 from the junction with Interstate 86/Interstate 390). In the process of being upgraded to freeway facility from the State line to Interstate 86, portion north of Presho is complete. Will be redesignated as Interstate 99.

US 20

Pennsylvania State Line near Ripley to Massachusetts State Line near New Lebanon via Albany. Roughly follows New York State Thruway (I-90 portion) about 5-15 miles to the south.

US 20A

US Route 20 near Buffalo to US Route 20 and NY Route 64 in East Bloomfield. (jd)

US 44

US Route 209 near Kerhonkson to Connecticut State Line near Millerton

US 62

Pennsylvania State Line near Frewsburg to Niagara Falls via Gowanda, Buffalo

US 104

Decommissioned. Originally ran from Lewiston to US Route 11 in Maple View. Now NY Route 104 from Lewiston to Interstate 81 near Maple View. NY Route 104 designation extended along old NY Route 126 to NY Route 13 near Williamstown. Limited access through Rochester area. Controlled access from Rochester to Oswego, original US Route 104 can be followed through adjoining towns.

US 202

New Jersey Line near Suffern to Connecticut Line via Peekskill, Brewster

US 209

Pennsylvania State Line near Port Jervis to US Route 9W near Kingston

US 219

Pennsylvania State Line near Limestone to Interstate 90 Exit 55 via Salamanca. Limited access from Springville to Interstate 90. Will eventually be limited access its entire length in New York. Could become Interstate 67 as Pennsylvania has requested this interstate designation for the corridor.

US 220

Pennsylvania Line to Waverly, it's length in New York State is a matter of a mile or so. After a bunch of research, I believe it ends at Main Street in Waverly, which is former NY Route 17.