List of county routes in Washington County, New York

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County routes in Washington County, New York, are signed with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices-standard yellow-on-blue pentagon route marker.

Routes 1–40[edit]

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 1 2.41 3.88 Dead end at Lake George Glenburnie Road in Putnam NY 22
CR 2 5.80 9.33 NY 22 Lower Road in Putnam Essex County line (becomes CR 41)
CR 3 2.35 3.78 CR 2 Putnam Station Road in Putnam Dead end at Lake Champlain
CR 6 4.76 7.66 Dead end at Lake George Huletts Landing Road in Dresden NY 22
CR 6A 1.03 1.66 Dead end at Lake George Lands End Road in Dresden CR 6
CR 6B 1.33 2.14 CR 6 Bluff Head Road in Dresden Dead end at Lake George
CR 7 1.72 2.77 Pike Brook Road South Bay Road in Dresden NY 22
CR 7A 0.47 0.76 NY 22 in Whitehall Old South Bay Bridge Dead end at Lake Champlain in Dresden
CR 9 4.09 6.58 CR 10 North Williams Street and Fair Haven Turnpike in Whitehall US 4 / CR 21
CR 9A 0.92 1.48 US 4 Norton Road in Whitehall CR 9
CR 9B 0.54 0.87 US 4 Beckwith Road in Whitehall CR 9
CR 10 5.77 9.29 CR 9 Doig Street and Sciota Road in Whitehall Vermont state line
CR 11 3.85 6.20 CR 10 in Whitehall Peck Woods Road Vermont state line in Hampton
CR 11A 0.74 1.19 US 4 Golf Course Road in Hampton CR 11
CR 12 8.83 14.21 NY 22 in Granville Truthville–Whitehall and Whitehall–Grays Corner roads Whitehall village line in Whitehall
CR 12A 0.27 0.43 NY 22 Truthville Loop in Granville CR 12
CR 16 8.21 13.21 US 4 Charles Street and Kanes Falls Road in Fort Ann Fish Hill Road
CR 17 8.28 13.33 NY 149 in Hartford Bull Hill Road NY 22 in Granville
CR 17A 0.79 1.27 CR 17 West Granville Spur in Fort Ann NY 22
CR 18 7.19 11.57 US 4 in Whitehall Brick Church Road NY 22A in Hampton Formerly NY 273
CR 18A 0.20 0.32 NY 22A Poultney Road in Hampton Vermont state line
CR 20 0.45 0.72 NY 22A Lee Road in Hampton Vermont state line
CR 21 8.48 13.65 CR 18 Steeles Bridge Road in Whitehall US 4 / CR 9
CR 23 6.46 10.40 NY 149 in Hartford Hartford Loop and Slyboro Road NY 22A in Granville Discontinuous at NY 40
CR 23A 0.19 0.31 CR 23 East Street and East Street Fork in Hartford NY 40 / NY 149
CR 24 2.14 3.44 NY 149 North Street and Middle Granville Road in Granville NY 22A
CR 25 2.02 3.25 CR 24 Pine Street and Pine Hill Road in Granville Vermont state line (becomes VT 31)
CR 26 0.65 1.05 NY 22 / NY 149 Cot Bed Road and Church Street in Granville Potter Avenue
CR 27 1.35 2.17 NY 149 / CR 28 Parker Hill Road in Granville NY 22
CR 28 3.58 5.76 CR 31 in Hebron South Granville Road NY 149 / CR 27 in Granville
CR 29 0.69 1.11 NY 22 West Pawlet Road in Granville Vermont state line
CR 30 16.51 26.57 NY 22 / CR 153 in Salem West Broadway and Salem–West Hebron, West Hebron–Belcher,
Belcher–East Hartford, and East Hartford–South Hartford roads
NY 40 in Hartford
CR 31 11.36 18.28 CR 30 West Hebron–North Hebron, North Hebron–West Pawlet, and West Pawlet roads in Hebron Vermont state line
CR 32 3.34 5.38 Warren County line (becomes CR 38) Pilot Knob Road in Fort Ann Pilot Knob
CR 35 6.67 10.73 US 4 Vaughn Road in Kingsbury Warren County line (becomes CR 39)
CR 36 2.24 3.60 CR 35 Kingsbury Street and Church and Kingsbury roads in Kingsbury US 4
CR 37 2.58 4.15 US 4 in Fort Edward Maple and Burgoyne avenues NY 32 / NY 196 in Kingsbury
CR 40 0.40 0.64 US 4 Schuyler Street in Fort Edward CR 37

Routes 41 and up[edit]

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 41 6.09 9.80 US 4 in Hudson Falls Notre Dame and Mud streets NY 149 in Kingsbury
CR 42 2.85 4.59 NY 197 in Fort Edward Basin Road NY 196 in Kingsbury
CR 43 7.88 12.68 NY 197 in Argyle Argyle–Adamsville and Adamsville–Smiths Basin Road NY 149 in Kingsbury
CR 44 2.14 3.44 NY 197 Powers Corners Road in Argyle NY 40
CR 45 4.11 6.61 NY 40 in Argyle The Hook Road CR 30 in Hebron
CR 46 10.07 16.21 US 4 Durkeetown Road in Fort Edward US 4
CR 47 7.38 11.88 NY 40 in Argyle Goose Island Road CR 30 in Hebron
CR 48 4.48 7.21 CR 49 in Greenwich Lake Road CR 47 in Argyle
CR 49 6.93 11.15 NY 40 in Argyle Cossayuna Road NY 29 in Greenwich Formerly NY 338
CR 52 4.53 7.29 Greenwich village line North Greenwich Road in Greenwich Edie and McClay roads
CR 53 0.74 1.19 Dead end at railroad trestle Stevens and Thomp roads in Greenwich NY 29 / NY 40
CR 54 2.76 4.44 CR 113 Crandalls Corners Road in Easton NY 40
CR 59 8.09 13.02 Rensselaer County line (becomes CR 103) Buskirk, Cambridge Center, and Buckley roads in Cambridge NY 372
CR 59A 0.79 1.27 CR 74 South Cambridge Road in Cambridge CR 59
CR 60 5.34 8.59 CR 59 Marshalls Corners Road in Cambridge NY 372
CR 61 7.64 12.30 NY 29 in Greenwich Battenville, Shushan–Buffums, Dugans Corner,
O'Donnell Hill, and Lauderdale–Shushan roads and Main Street
NY 313 in Jackson
CR 62 4.15 6.68 NY 372 Jackson Road in Jackson CR 61
CR 64 8.58 13.81 NY 22 / CR 78 in Jackson Drive Johnson, Law Avenue, and Salem–Shushan Road NY 22 in Salem
CR 64A 0.20 0.32 CR 61 Shushan Road in Salem CR 64
CR 67 2.66 4.28 NY 22 / NY 372 in Cambridge East Main Street and Ash Grove Road Chestnut Hill Road in White Creek
CR 68 6.32 10.17 NY 22 White Creek Road in White Creek Vermont state line
CR 69 1.87 3.01 White Creek Road Perry Road in White Creek CR 68
CR 70 0.38 0.61 Dead end at Hudson River Dix Bridge Approach in Greenwich CR 113
CR 70A 0.18 0.29 CR 70 Dix Bridge Approach in Greenwich CR 113
CR 71 0.55 0.89 Cambridge village line Herrington Road in White Creek NY 22
CR 74 10.96 17.64 Rensselaer County line in Cambridge (becomes CR 104) Railroad and Eddy streets NY 372 in Greenwich
CR 74A 2.85 4.59 CR 74 Archdale in Easton NY 372
CR 75 1.02 1.64 Warren County line (becomes CR 79) Feeder Street and Boulevard in Hudson Falls US 4 Former routing of NY 32
CR 77 4.50 7.24 US 4 Bald Mountain Road in Greenwich NY 40
CR 78 0.36 0.58 NY 22 Old Route 22 in Jackson NY 22 / CR 64
CR 113 14.57 23.45 Rensselaer County line in Easton (becomes CR 120) River Road US 4 in Greenwich Part north of NY 29 was designated NY 419 from c. 1933[2][3] to c. 1935[4][5]
CR 153 5.47 8.80 NY 22 / CR 30 East Broadway and Salem–Rupert Road in Salem Vermont state line (becomes VT 153) Designated NY 153 from c. 1962[6][7] to early 1980s[8][9]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "County Roads Listing – Washington County" (PDF). New York State Department of Transportation. July 26, 2011. Retrieved March 4, 2012. 
  2. ^ Texaco Road Map – New York (Map). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company. Texas Oil Company. 1932. 
  3. ^ Texaco Road Map – New York (Map). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company. Texas Oil Company. 1933. 
  4. ^ Texaco Road Map – New York (Map). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company. Texas Oil Company. 1934. 
  5. ^ Road Map & Historical Guide – New York (Map). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company. Sun Oil Company. 1935. 
  6. ^ New York and Metropolitan New York (Map) (1961–62 ed.). Cartography by H.M. Gousha Company. Sunoco. 1961. 
  7. ^ New York with Sight-Seeing Guide (Map) (1962 ed.). Cartography by General Drafting. Esso. 1962. 
  8. ^ I Love New York Tourism Map (Map). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company. State of New York. 1981. 
  9. ^ New York (Map). Rand McNally and Company. 1985. ISBN 0-528-91040-X. 

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