I will place the article on hold for these minor issues
I believe the article is now ready to pass.
Please explain in the article what's all this about two Limas.
It's fairly simple: there's the larger town (or township) of Lima, and inside of the town is the smaller village of Lima. The distinction between the two is made several times in the article. I don't see a need to expand on it any more because 1) I believe it's clear which Lima is being discussed at all times and 2) it's a very common occurrence in New York. – TMF 22:52, 12 February 2011 (UTC)
"The highway meets Rush – West Rush Road at an intersection south of the community, at which point NY 15A turns back to the north, crosses over Honeoye Creek, and becomes East Henrietta Road, the name it retains until its northern end in Rochester." Maybe you should break this sentence up.
"1 mile (1.6 km) later, NY 15A intersects NY 253 in a densely populated area west of Rush-Henrietta Senior High School." I think "1" should be spelled out.
It certainly looks better. Done. – TMF 22:52, 12 February 2011 (UTC)
"North of NY 252, NY 15A passes under the CSX Transportation-owned West Shore Subdivision and crosses into Brighton before connecting to Clay and Brighton–Henrietta Town Line Roads by way of a grade-separated intersection 0.25 miles (0 km) north of the railroad overpass." This is another pretty long sentence that could probably be broken up. --PCB 18:21, 12 February 2011 (UTC)