List of New York State Bicycle Routes

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Bicycle Route 9 along Saint Nicholas Avenue in New York City

The following is a List of New York State Bicycle Routes. These routes are designated by the New York State Department of Transportation.


List of routes[edit]

State Bicycle Route 5[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 5
Location: Niagara Falls-New Lebanon

New York State Bicycle Route 5 runs from Niagara Falls east to the Massachusetts border in New Lebanon. The route passes through the communities of Niagara Falls (with a spur to Buffalo), Lockport, Middleport, Albion, Rochester, Lyons, Baldwinsville, Rome, Utica, Herkimer, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Schenectady, Albany, and Rensselaer (where it intersects State Bicycle Route 9).[1]

State Bicycle Route 9[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 9
Location: New York City-Rouses Point

New York State Bicycle Route 9 runs from New York City north to the border with Canada in Rouses Point. The route crosses the George Washington Bridge and follows U.S. Route 9W (US 9W) through a portion of New Jersey before entering New York again in Palisades. The route passes through Nyack, Haverstraw, Bear Mountain, Fishkill, Wappingers Falls (where in intersects State Bicycle Route 17), Poughkeepsie, Hudson, Rensselaer, Albany (where it intersects State Bicycle Route 5), Troy, Waterford, Fort Edward, Hudson Falls, Adirondack Park, and Plattsburgh.[2][3][4][5]

State Bicycle Route 11[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 11
Location: Conklin-Lisle and Ellisburg-Rouses Point

New York State Bicycle Route 11 runs north / south in two segments. The southern segment runs from Pennsylvania border in Conklin where it connects to BicyclePA Route L, north to the border of Broome and Cortland counties in Lisle, passing through Binghamton.

The northern segment runs from the border of Oswego and Jefferson counties in Ellisburg north to the border with Canada in Rouses Point, passing through Watertown, Canton, Potsdam, and Malone. At the north end it connects to Vélo Québec Quebec Route Verte No.2.[6] [7]

State Bicycle Route 14[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 14
Location: Geneva-Sodus Point

New York State Bicycle Route 14 runs from the border of Yates and Ontario counties in Geneva north to Sodus Point, passing through Lyons.[6]

State Bicycle Route 17[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 17
Location: Westfield-Wappingers Falls

New York State Bicycle Route 17 runs from Westfield east to State Bicycle Route 9 in Wappingers Falls. The route passes through Mayville, where it splits into two branches alongside Chautauqua Lake that join again in Jamestown. From here, the route passes through Salamanca, Allegany State Park, Olean, Wellsville, Bath, Corning, Elmira, Waverly, Binghamton, Hancock, Port Jervis, Middletown, Newburgh, and Beacon.[8]

New York State Bicycle Route 17 generally follows NY 17, although it runs primarily on former segments such as NY 394, NY 430, NY 242, NY 353, NY 417, NY 21, two Steuben County Roads, with local roads in between, NY 415, NY 414, NY 352. However in Sullivan County, it heads northeast onto NY 10, then south onto NY 268 and then to NY 97, then east to U.S. Route 6 to NY 207, briefly taking U.S. Route 9W before turning onto the Newburgh–Beacon Bridge, only to move north onto NY 9D.

State Bicycle Route 19[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 19
Location: Pike-Hamlin Beach State Park

New York State Bicycle Route 19 runs from the border of Allegany and Wyoming counties in Pike north to Hamlin Beach State Park, passing through Warsaw, Le Roy, Bergen, and Hamlin.[6]

State Bicycle Route 22[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 22
Location: Brewster-New Lebanon

New York State Bicycle Route 22 runs from Brewster north to New Lebanon, passing through Pawling, Wassaic, and Austerlitz.[6]

State Bicycle Route 23[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 23
Location: Rip Van Winkle Bridge-Copake

New York State Bicycle Route 23 runs from the Rip Van Winkle Bridge east to the Massachusetts border in Copake, passing through Greenport, Claverack, and Hillsdale.[6]

State Bicycle Route 24[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 24
Location: Riverhead-Hampton Bays

New York State Bicycle Route 24 runs along New York State Route 24 (NY 24), from CR 104 at the Riverhead Traffic Circle, eastward to Old Riverhead Road in Hampton Bays. East of NY 24 proper, Bike Route 24 runs along Old Riverhead Road where it briefly joins Squiretown Road beneath the NY 27 bridge, and before returning to Old Riverhead Road to terminate at Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays.[9]

State Bicycle Route 25[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 25
Location: Smithtown-Orient Point

New York State Bicycle Route 25 runs from Smithtown east to Orient Point, passing through Port Jefferson Station, Shoreham, and Riverhead.[6] The route is actually shared with NY 25A from the Village of the Branch to Calverton, with diversions in St. James along Woodlawn Avenue, then Northern Boulevard to Railroad Avenue toward St. James Railroad Station, and back to NY 25A from Lake Avenue. The route also diverts from Route 25A from Stony Brook to Setauket along Suffolk County Road 68, and from Port Jefferson to Sound Beach along East Broadway, Belle Terre Road and North Country Road. Along NY 25, the route diverges in Riverhead and Aquebogue at Manor Road, Middle Road, Ostrand Avenue, Elton Street, then to Hubbard Avenue and Edgar Avenue. Within Greenport, the bike route diverges along the second New York Truck Route 25 (Moores Lane), onto Suffolk County Road 48 before reuniting with NY 25 again south of Stirling.[9]

State Bicycle Route 25A[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 25A
Location: Cold Spring Harbor-Smithtown

New York State Bicycle Route 25A runs from the border of Nassau and Suffolk counties in Cold Spring Harbor east to Smithtown, passing through Huntington.[6] The route doesn't actually share NY 25A until it reaches Kings Park. Bike Route 25A begins on Suffolk County Road 11 at the Cold Spring Harbor Railroad Station, then turns south onto Suffolk County Road 92, only to move east again onto 11th Street, which turns into East Rogues Path. Terminating at Maplewood Road, it turns left there, which itself terminates at Suffolk County Road 35. Bike Route 25A turns northwest momentarily and then heads back east onto Little Plains Road, which is completely shared with the route. When Little Plains Road ends, Bike Route 25A shares the last segment of Suffolk County Road 9, but continues onto Burr Road beyond County Route 10 (CR 10) until it reaches Suffolk County Road 4 (Bread-and-Cheese Hollow Road), and turns north. At Scholar Road, Bike Route 25A heads east again and after crossing over the Sunken Meadow State Parkway turns north again over Old Commack Road, which runs mostly parallel to the parkway. Old Commack Road terminates at CR 11 in Kings Park, and reunites with the County Road again. Whereas CR 11 terminates at NY 25A, Bike Route 25A continues onto Old Dock Road until it reaches Kohr Road, where it turns south and turns onto NY 25A at Suffolk County Road 14. The route finally runs along the state highway it was named after until it reaches the Smithtown Bull.[9]

State Bicycle Route 27[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 27
Location: Southampton VillageMontauk Point State Park

New York State Bicycle Route 27 runs along NY 27 (also known as Montauk Highway) from Suffolk County Road 39A (North Highway) just inside the village of Southampton to the Montauk Point Lighthouse inside Montauk Point State Park (also the terminus of NYS Route 27).[9]

State Bicycle Route 28[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 28
Location: Kingston-Shandaken

New York State Bicycle Route 28 runs from Kingston north to the border of Delaware and Ulster counties in Shandaken, passing through Catskill Park.[6]

State Bicycle Route 32[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 32
Location: New Paltz-Kingston

New York State Bicycle Route 32 runs from New Paltz north to Kingston.[6]

State Bicycle Route 44[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 44
Location: Poughkeepsie-Millerton

New York State Bicycle Route 44 runs from Poughkeepsie east and up to the Connecticut border in Millerton, passing through Millbrook.[6]

State Bicycle Route 114[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 114
Location: East Hampton-Greenport

New York State Bicycle Route 114 is shared entirely with NY 114, except within Sag Harbor where it diverts onto Hempstead Street, then Bay Street before rejoining NY 114, and in Greenport, where it continues west from NY 114's northern terminus along NY 25 until it reaches the second New York Truck Route 25 (Moore's Lane), and New York State Bicycle Route 25.[9]

State Bicycle Route 199[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 199
Location: Rhinebeck-Red Hook

New York State Bicycle Route 199 is shared entirely with New York State Route 199 and runs from Rhinebeck east to Red Hook.[6][10]

State Bicycle Route 208[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 208
Location: Washingtonville-New Paltz

New York State Bicycle Route 208 runs from Washingtonville north to New Paltz, passing through Montgomery.[6]

State Bicycle Route 209[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 209
Location: Port Jervis

New York State Bicycle Route 209 runs within Port Jervis from the Pennsylvania border. The route is proposed to continue north to Kingston.[6]


State Bicycle Route 308[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 308
Location: Rhinebeck-Milan

New York State Bicycle Route 308 runs entirely along New York State Route 308 from the Village of Rhinebeck to NY 199 in Milan.[11]


State Bicycle Route 517[edit]

New York State Bicycle Route 517
Location: Pennsylvania/New York State line-Lockport

New York State Bicycle Route 517 runs from the Pennsylvania-New York State line north though Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara Countries to Lockport. Route 517 passes through the communities of Shore Haven, Westfield, Van Buren Bay, Dunkirk, Silver Creek, Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, Farnham, Evans Center, Mount Vernon, Blasdell, Lackawanna, Buffalo, Getzville, South Lockport before ending in the City of Lockport at New York State Bicycle Route 5.[6]

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