List of former state routes in New York (301–400)

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This section of the list of former state routes in New York contains all routes numbered between 301 and 400.

Route Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed
New York State Route 305 (1930 – early 1940s) New Jersey state line at Chestnut Ridge US 202 in Haverstraw 1930[1] early 1940s[2][3]
New York State Route 307 NY 32 in Cornwall NY 218 in Cornwall 1930s[1][4] 1980[5]
New York State Route 310 (1930s–1960s) NY 85A in Voorheesville US 20 in Guilderland 1930s[6][7] mid-1960s[8][9]
New York State Route 312 (1930–1937) NY 52 in Patterson NY 22 in Patterson 1930[1] ca. 1937[7][10]
New York State Route 314 (1930–1950s) NY 7 in Schenevus Westford 1930[1] mid-1950s[11][12]
New York State Route 317 (1930 – early 1940s) NY 28 in Newport Norway 1930[1] early 1940s[3][13]
New York State Route 317 (early 1940s – 1980) NY 7 in Troy NY 142 in Brunswick early 1940s[3][14] 1980[15]
New York State Route 319 Chenango CR 4 / CR 10 / CR 19 in Preston NY 12 in Norwich 1930[1] 1984[5]
New York State Route 323 NY 249 in Brant NY 5 in Evans 1930[1] 1980[5]
New York State Route 325 (1932–1933) NY 96 in Ithaca Taughannock Falls State Park in Ulysses ca. 1932[6][16] ca. 1933[16][17]
New York State Route 328A Pennsylvania state line at Southport; became PA 549 NY 328 in Southport 1930[18] ca. 1935[19][20]
New York State Route 330 76 Road in Caroline NY 79 in Dryden ca. 1931[1][6] 1980[5]
New York State Route 333 Steuben CR 11 / CR 24 in Thurston NY 415 in Campbell 1930[1] 1997[5]
New York State Route 337 (1930–1933) NY 41 in Spafford NY 174 in Marcellus 1930[1] ca. 1933[16][17]
New York State Route 337 (1935–1972) NY 12D / NY 26 in West Turin NY 12 in Lyons Falls ca. 1935[19][20] ca. 1972[21][22]
New York State Route 338 (1940s–1980) NY 29 in Northumberland US 4 / NY 32 in Schuylerville 1940s[13][23] 1980[24]
New York State Route 338 (1980–1996) NY 40 in Argyle NY 29 in Greenwich 1980[24] 1996[5]
New York State Route 339 (1932–1937) NY 17 in Ramapo US 202 in Suffern ca. 1932[6][16] ca. 1937[25][26]
New York State Route 339 NY 50 in Ballston NY 146A in Ballston by 1946[27] early 1970s[22][28]
New York State Route 341 (early 1930s – 1934) NY 22 in Dover Connecticut state line at Dover; became CT 55 early 1930s[6][29] ca. 1934[19][29]
New York State Route 341 NY 22 / NY 55 in Pawling Connecticut state line at Pawling ca. 1934[19][29] 1940s[13][27]
New York State Route 342 (1930–1940s) NY 23 in Gilboa Schoharie CR 18 in Conesville 1930[1] late 1940s[30][31]
New York State Route 347 (1930–1934) NY 22 in Crown Point Vermont state line at Crown Point; became VT 17 1930[1] ca. 1934[19][29]
New York State Route 347 (1934–1952) NY 22 in Ticonderoga Ferry landing in Ticonderoga ca. 1934[19][29] 1952[32]
New York State Route 348 NY 22 in Chazy US 9 in Chazy 1930[1] 1980[5]
New York State Route 351 (1931–1970s) NY 436 in Portage NY 408 in Nunda ca. 1931[1][6] mid-1970s[33][34]
New York State Route 352 (1931–1938) NY 25A in Riverhead Wildwood State Park west entrance ca. 1931[6][35] ca. 1938[26][4]
New York State Route 355 (1930–1937) NY 33 in Cheektowaga NY 5 in Williamsville 1930[1] ca. 1937[10][7]
New York State Route 356 NY 265 in City of Tonawanda NY 270 in Amherst 1930[1] 1988[5]
New York State Route 357 (1933–1940s) Letchworth State Park NY 39 in Castile ca. 1933[16][17] early 1940s[3][13]
New York State Route 358 US 20A in Wales US 20 in Alden 1930[1] 1982[5]
New York State Route 359 (1930 – early 1940s) NY 77 in Royalton US 104 in Hartland 1930[1] early 1940s[2][3]
New York State Route 360 NY 272 in Hamlin NY 19 in Hamlin ca. 1931[1][6] 2012[36]
New York State Route 361 (1931–1935) Blaine NY 5S in Canajoharie ca. 1931[1][6] ca. 1935[19][20]
New York State Route 361 Connecticut state line at North East; continued as CT 361 US 44 in Millerton ca. 1936[7][20] 1980[24]
New York State Route 363 (1930–1931) Blaine NY 5S in Canajoharie 1930[1] ca. 1931[1][6]
New York State Route 363 (1932–1950s) NY 15A in Mendon NY 65 in Honeoye Falls ca. 1932[6][16] late 1950s[37][38]
New York State Route 365
NY 17 in Big Flats Chambers Road / Cowan Road in Catlin 1930[18] by 1932[16]
New York State Route 368 NY 321 in Elbridge NY 5 in Elbridge 1930s[1][7] 1980[24]
New York State Route 376 (1930–1933) NY 32 in Esopus NY 213 in Rosendale 1930[1] 1933[39]
New York State Route 379 NY 14 in Southport NY 427 in Southport ca. 1931[6][18] 1978[5]
New York State Route 380 NY 60 in Gerry NY 5 near Brocton 1930[40] 1980[5]
New York State Route 381 NY 43 in Rensselaer US 4 in East Greenbush ca. 1938[4][10] late 1960s[9][28]
New York State Route 382 NY 17 in Red House Allegany State Park west boundary in Red House ca. 1932[6][16] early 1970s[33][28]
New York State Route 383 (1935 – early 1940s) NY 26 / NY 79 in Whitney Point NY 12 / NY 41 in Greene ca. 1935[19][20] early 1940s[2][3]
New York State Route 383B NY 47 / NY 383 in Rochester NY 383 in Penfield early 1940s[2][3] late 1940s[30][31]
New York State Route 385 (1930–1932) NY 31 in Murray NY 18 in Kendall 1930[1] ca. 1932[6][16]
New York State Route 388 NY 33 in Walworth NY 35 in Walworth ca. 1931[1][6] early 1940s[3][13]
New York State Route 390 (1930–1960s) US 20 / NY 5 / NY 414 in Seneca Falls NY 318 in Tyre 1930[1] mid-1960s[8][9]
New York State Route 390A US 20 / NY 5 in Seneca Falls NY 89 on Tyre – Seneca Falls town line 1930s[1][4] late 1950s[37][38]
New York State Route 392 (1936–1970s) NY 79 in Ithaca NY 366 in Dryden ca. 1936[7][20] mid-1970s[33][34]
New York State Route 393 NY 13 in Ithaca Game Farm Road on Ithaca–Dryden town line ca. 1933[16][17] mid-1960s[8][9]
New York State Route 394 (1930–1935) NY 361 in Canajoharie NY 162 in Root 1930[1] ca. 1935[19][20]
New York State Route 394 (1936–1967) NY 137 in Pound Ridge Connecticut state line at Pound Ridge; became CT 29 ca. 1936[7][20] 1967[41]
New York State Route 398 NY 9J in Stuyvesant US 9 in Stuyvesant ca. 1932[6][16] 1980[5]
New York State Route 399 NY 29 in Johnstown NY 29A in Johnstown 1935[42] by 1961[43]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ a b c d e f g h New York with Pictorial Guide (Map). Cartography by General Drafting. Esso. 1942. 
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  18. ^ a b c Tourist Map of Pennsylvania (PDF) (Map). Pennsylvania Department of Highways. 1930. Retrieved April 8, 2012. 
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  21. ^ New York Thruway (Map). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company. New York State Thruway Authority. 1971. 
  22. ^ a b New York and New Jersey Tourgide Map (Map) (1972 ed.). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company. Gulf Oil Company. 1972. 
  23. ^ New York – Schuylerville Quadrangle (Map). 1:62,500. 15-Minute Series. United States Geological Survey. 1949. Retrieved March 26, 2009. 
  24. ^ a b c d New York State Legislature. "New York State Highway Law § 341". Retrieved August 29, 2010. 
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  26. ^ a b Shell Road Map – New York (Map). Cartography by H.M. Gousha Company. Shell Oil Company. 1937. 
  27. ^ a b New York with Pennsylvania (Map). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company. Texas Oil Company. 1946. 
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  32. ^ "Route 73 Extended to Include 347 Out of Ti". The Lake Placid News. November 28, 1952. p. 1. Retrieved April 30, 2017. 
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  34. ^ a b New York (Map) (1977–78 ed.). Cartography by General Drafting. Exxon. 1977. 
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  39. ^ "Route Numbers Are Changed in Effort to Avoid Confusion". The Kingston Daily Freeman. July 12, 1933. Retrieved May 12, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.  open access publication – free to read
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  41. ^ "Connecticut Routes 120–124 – Route 124". Kurumi. July 27, 2007. Retrieved May 20, 2009. 
  42. ^ "Many State Roads Being Re-Numbered" (PDF). The Morning Herald. April 20, 1935. p. 16. Retrieved January 26, 2017. 
  43. ^ New York and Metropolitan New York (Map) (1961–62 ed.). Cartography by H.M. Gousha Company. Sunoco. 1961.