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Here US 9 joins the two highways for an 0.7-mile (1.2 km) concurrency, the only combination of three U.S. highways in the state.
Hey, what about at the Bear Mountain Circle where US 6, US 202, and US 9W meet? There's even a wrong way concurrency in the circle (US 6 east and US 202 west, for the leg between the Palisades Parkway and 9W south). -HiFiGuy 03:50, 27 May 2007 (UTC)
I don't count concurrencies in circles ... I suppose you could but they're really just glorified four-way intersections. Though I'll bet that's the only traffic circle in the country featuring three U.S. highways. Daniel Case 04:28, 27 May 2007 (UTC)