List of county routes in Albany County, New York

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The Albany County, New York, Department of Public Works maintains nearly 290 miles (467 km) of roads and 78 bridges as county routes. All county routes in Albany County are signed with a blue pentagonal shield, the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices' standard shield for county routes. Although quite a few county routes are in more than one town, the route number reflects the town that the largest portion of the route is in. Two county routes pass though the western portion of the city of Albany. Parts of New York State Route 32 (NY 32) and NY 155 are owned and maintained by Albany County and are thus co-signed as state touring routes and as Albany County routes.

Routes 1–100[edit]

Berne (1–14)[edit]

Routes numbered 1 through 14 are predominantly in the town of Berne.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 1 11.25 18.11 NY 143 in Westerlo Switz Kill Road CR 254 in Berne
CR 2 4.77 7.68 CR 1 in Westerlo Cole Hill Road NY 443 in Berne
CR 3 2.61 4.20 CR 1 Wilsey Road in Berne CR 2
CR 6 5.70 9.17 NY 85 in Rensselaerville Ravine Road CR 1 in Berne
CR 9 3.79 6.10 NY 443 Bradt Hollow and Canaday Hill Roads in Berne NY 443
CR 10 5.00 8.05 CR 353 in Rensselaerville Huntersland Road Schoharie County line in Berne (becomes CR 21)
CR 11 1.47 2.37 NY 85 Cass Hill and North Roads in Berne NY 85
CR 12 2.42 3.89 CR 10 in Rensselaerville Garvey Hill and Rapp Roads CR 10 in Berne
CR 13 4.68 7.53 CR 6 Sickle Hill Road in Berne CR 1
CR 14 3.45 5.55 NY 85 in Westerlo Joslyn School Road NY 443 in Berne

Bethlehem (50–55)[edit]

Routes numbered 50 through 55 are predominantly in the town of Bethlehem.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 52 1.68 2.70 NY 32 / NY 910A Elm Avenue Extension and Elm and Cherry Avenues in Bethlehem NY 140 Overlaps with NY 32 for 0.80 miles (1.29 km)
CR 53 (1) 2.64 4.25 NY 396 South Albany and Old School Roads in Bethlehem CR 55 Bridge over Selkirk railroad yard has been closed due to deterioration
CR 53 (2) 1.59 2.56 CR 55 Jericho Road in Bethlehem US 9W
CR 54 0.91 1.46 CR 102 Bell Crossing Road in Bethlehem CR 53
CR 55 3.66 5.89 NY 32 Creble Road in Bethlehem US 9W

Routes 101–200[edit]

Coeymans (101–112)[edit]

Routes numbered 101 through 112 are predominantly in the town of Coeymans.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 101 3.57 5.75 US 9W in Coeymans Undercliff Road and South Street NY 396 in Bethlehem
CR 102 8.47 13.63 NY 143 in Coeymans Star and Old Quarry Roads NY 32 in New Scotland
CR 103 4.35 7.00 NY 143 Blodgett Hill Road in Coeymans NY 396 / CR 301
CR 106 1.38 2.22 NY 143 Tompkins Road in Coeymans CR 102
CR 108 2.45 3.94 NY 32 Copeland Hill Road in Coeymans CR 301
CR 109 3.47 5.58 NY 32 in Coeymans Lawson Lake Road CR 301 in New Scotland
CR 111 4.05 6.52 Greene County line in Westerlo (becomes CR 38) Alcove Road NY 143 in Coeymans
CR 112 0.71 1.14 Greene County line Staco Road in Coeymans CR 111

Colonie (151–163)[edit]

Routes numbered 151 through 163 are predominantly in the town of Colonie.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 151 5.91 9.51 CR 155 Albany Shaker Road and Dalessondro Boulevard in Colonie NY 7 Overlaps with NY 155 from CR 153 to CR 157
CR 152 2.87 4.62 US 9 Old Niskayuna Road in Colonie NY 155
CR 153 0.79 1.27 NY 155 / CR 151 at I-87 exit 4 Wolf Road in Colonie NY 155 (Watervliet Shaker Road) Entire length overlaps with NY 155; informally called "Old Wolf Road" to distinguish it from the state-maintained section between NY 5 and CR 151
CR 154 2.98 4.80 NY 5 Osborne and Sand Creek Roads in Colonie US 9 / NY 378
CR 155 1.22 1.96 Albany city line Everett Rd in Colonie CR 151
CR 156 1.94 3.12 US 20 in Guilderland Fuller Road NY 5 in Colonie
CR 157 5.65 9.09 US 20 / NY 155 in Guilderland Karner, New Karner, and Watervliet Shaker Roads NY 155 / CR 151 in Colonie Entire length overlaps with NY 155
CR 160 0.98 1.58 Dead end at Albany International Airport Sicker Road in Colonie CR 151
CR 163 (1) 0.37 0.60 Airline Drive Heritage Lane in Colonie NY 155 / CR 151 Formerly part of CR 151 and CR 157
CR 163 (2) 0.50 0.80 Dead end at Albany International Airport Old Albany Shaker Road in Colonie Dead end Formerly part of CR 151

Routes 201–300[edit]

Guilderland (201–209A)[edit]

Routes numbered 201 through 209A are predominantly in the town of Guilderland.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 201 5.19 8.35 CR 306 in Voorheesville North Main Street and Grant Hill, Stone, and Depot Roads NY 146 in Guilderland Depot Road was named after a former Department of Defense depot, now the Northeast Industrial Park
CR 202 3.77 6.07 NY 156 in New Scotland Meadowdale and School Roads NY 146 in Guilderland
CR 203 3.65 5.87 CR 306 in New Scotland Normans Kill and Johnston Roads US 20 in Guilderland
CR 204 2.60 4.18 Albany city line in Bethlehem Russell, Krumkill, and Schoolhouse Roads US 20 in Guilderland
CR 208 1.74 2.80 NY 156 in Voorheesville School Road CR 201 in Guilderland
CR 209 1.46 2.35 US 20 Crossgates Mall Road in Guilderland NY 910D
CR 209A 0.52 0.84 US 20 Schoolhouse Road in Guilderland Ramp to I-87 northbound

Knox (251–262)[edit]

Routes numbered 251 through 262 are predominantly in the town of Knox.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 252 9.39 15.11 NY 157A in Berne Knox Cave Road Schenectady County line in Knox (becomes CR 131)
CR 253 7.69 12.38 CR 252 in Knox Bozen Kill Road and Maple Avenue Extension NY 146 in Altamont
CR 254 (1) 1.92 3.09 NY 443 in Knox Rock Road NY 156 in Knox
CR 254 (2) 4.10 6.60 NY 156 Pleasant Valley Road in Knox NY 156
CR 255 2.18 3.51 Schoharie County line (becomes CR 24) Knox–Gallupville Road in Knox NY 156
CR 256 1.65 2.66 NY 157 Ketcham Road in Knox NY 157
CR 259 3.25 5.23 CR 255 Beebe Road in Knox CR 252
CR 260 1.69 2.72 NY 156 Witter Road in Knox NY 146
CR 261 1.25 2.01 NY 146 Bell Road in Knox CR 253
CR 262 4.49 7.23 CR 255 Gage and Middle Roads in Knox NY 146

Green Island (278)[edit]

George Street, a 0.73-mile (1.17 km) street in the village of Green Island, is designated as County Route 278.[1] Maintenance of the route is shared between the county and the village as the village is responsible for everyday maintenance while the county is responsible for reconstruction when it is needed. It is not signed as a county route.

Routes 301–400[edit]

New Scotland (301–312)[edit]

Routes numbered 301 through 312 are predominantly in the town of New Scotland.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 301 5.91 9.51 NY 443 in New Scotland Tarrytown and Cedar Grove Roads NY 396 / CR 103 in Coeymans Part of Cedar Grove Road was once known as Monkey Run Road
CR 303 5.48 8.82 NY 443 in Berne Pinnacle and Beaver Dam Roads NY 157 / NY 157A in New Scotland
CR 306 4.91 7.90 NY 85A in Voorheesville Voorheesville Avenue and Normans Kill, Krum Kill, and Font Grove Roads NY 85 in Bethlehem
CR 307 2.30 3.70 NY 85A Picard Road in New Scotland NY 156 mini CR 307 at the intersection of NY 156
CR 308 (1) 2.35 3.78 NY 32 Unionville – Feura Bush Road in New Scotland NY 443
CR 308 (2) 2.40 3.86 NY 443 New Scotland South Road NY 85
CR 311 1.68 2.70 NY 157 Beaver Dam Road in New Scotland CR 303
CR 312 (1) 5.73 9.22 NY 143 in Westerlo Clarksville South Road NY 443 in New Scotland
CR 312 (2) 0.06 0.10 NY 143 Part of wye connection in Westerlo CR 312 (segment 1)

Rensselaerville (351–362)[edit]

Routes numbered 351 through 362 are predominantly in the town of Rensselaerville.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 351 6.81 10.96 CR 352 Medusa Road in Rensselaerville NY 85 / CR 353
CR 352 (1) 5.83 9.38 NY 145 Fox Creek Road in Rensselaerville CR 351
CR 352 (2) 0.05 0.08 NY 145 Part of wye connection in Rensselaerville CR 352 (segment 1)
CR 353 4.70 7.56 Schoharie County line (becomes CR 19A) Delaware Turnpike in Rensselaerville NY 85 / CR 351
CR 354 1.83 2.95 Greene County line (becomes CR 36) Potter Hollow Road in Rensselaerville NY 910G
CR 357 2.28 3.67 CR 352 / CR 360 Fox Creek Road in Rensselaerville CR 351
CR 358 4.25 6.84 CR 352 Baitholtz, Cheese Hill, and Kenyon Roads in Rensselaerville CR 353
CR 359 1.70 2.74 CR 358 Kropp Road in Rensselaerville CR 353
CR 360 3.60 5.79 CR 352 / CR 357 Crow Hill Road in Rensselaerville CR 359
CR 361 3.66 5.89 CR 351 Town Line and Albany Hill Roads in Rensselaerville CR 351
CR 362 2.09 3.36 Schoharie County line (becomes CR 61) Scott Patent Road in Rensselaerville CR 354

Routes 401 and up[edit]

Westerlo (401–414)[edit]

Routes numbered 401 through 414 are predominantly in the town of Westerlo.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 401 5.19 8.35 CR 405 Westerlo – South Westerlo Road in Westerlo NY 143
CR 402 (1) 5.41 8.71 CR 351 in Rensselaerville Westerlo–Medusa Road CR 1 in Westerlo
CR 402 (2) 0.10 0.16 CR 351 North leg of wye connection in Rensselaerville CR 402 (segment 1)
CR 403 (1) 6.35 10.22 CR 351 in Rensselaerville South Westerlo – Medusa Road CR 405 in Westerlo
CR 403 (2) 0.14 0.23 CR 403 (segment 1) Blake Road in Rensselaerville CR 403 (segment 3) Pavement removed in 2006
CR 403 (3) 0.37 0.60 CR 403 (segment 1) Marks Road in Rensselaerville Greene County line (becomes CR 75)
CR 404 4.44 7.15 CR 402 Bear Swamp Road in Westerlo NY 32
CR 405 5.40 8.69 CR 402 Sunset Hill Road in Westerlo Greene County line (becomes CR 38)
CR 406 1.95 3.14 CR 401 Kuster Road in Westerlo NY 32
CR 408 5.93 9.54 CR 402 in Westerlo Fancher Road CR 1 in Berne
CR 409 2.15 3.46 Greene County line (becomes CR 50) McNaughtons Road in Westerlo CR 405
CR 410 2.21 3.56 CR 402 Thayers Corners Road in Westerlo CR 401
CR 411 (1) 4.57 7.35 Greene County line Newry Road in Westerlo NY 32 / NY 143
CR 411 (2) 0.96 1.54 NY 32 / NY 143 Newry Road in Westerlo CR 312
CR 412 5.37 8.64 NY 143 in Westerlo Airport Road CR 11 in Berne
CR 413 5.73 9.22 CR 361 Upper and Lower Chapel Hill Roads in Westerlo CR 402
CR 414 1.22 1.96 CR 405 Horseshoe Bend Road in Westerlo CR 401

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Albany County Inventory Listing" (CSV). New York State Department of Transportation. October 1, 2009. Retrieved March 7, 2010. 

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