I happen to have a soft spot for road articles and I'm familiar with Mitchazenia's work, so why not? A first look seems to indicate it's pretty much right there. Red Phoenixlet's talk... 21:42, 26 August 2014 (UTC)
GA review (see here for what the criteria are, and here for what they are not)
This is a nice light read, and already very well done. I imagine this will be a short review.
"NY 11B was extended west to Potsdam by the following year. NY 11B was rerouted c. 1938 to continue east from Nicholville to Malone while its former routing north of Nicholville was designated as NY 195." It's generally not a good idea to have two consecutive sentences start the same way; it tends to read choppy. Can one of these sentences be started another way?
"NY 195 was first a piece of the former Route 30, a legislative route designated in 1908." Designated by who? The state of New York, a county, or federally? I can see there's a link in the below section to help readers, but I think it would be helpful to have in the lead as well.
"After NY 2 and NY 2A were decommissioned in 1927 for US 11, leaving the route unnumbered for a few years." This is a sentence fragment, not a complete sentence.
Looks great otherwise. Should be a couple of quick fixes and then ready for a pass. Red Phoenixlet's talk... 22:01, 26 August 2014 (UTC)