17 CRR-NY 8109.00NY-CRR

STATE COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 17. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
CHAPTER VII. HIGHWAYS DESIGNATED FOR USE BY TRUCKS, TANDEM TRAILERS AND OTHER SPECIAL DIMENSION VEHICLES
SUBCHAPTER B. STATE ACCESS HIGHWAYS
PART 8109. CLINTON COUNTY
17 CRR-NY 8109.00
17 CRR-NY 8109.00
8109.00 General.
(a) [Repealed]
(b) Route 22. The northbound and southbound roadway of Route 22 between Exit 36 at I-87 to West End Brewery at the intersection of Arizona Avenue, a distance of 2 1/4± miles in the Town of Plattsburgh and the City of Plattsburgh.
(c) Arizona Avenue. The northbound and southbound roadway of Arizona Avenue between the intersection of Route 22 and the intersection of South Peru Street, a distance of 1000± feet in the City of Plattsburgh and the Town of Plattsburgh.
(d) South Peru Street. The eastbound and westbound roadway of South Peru Street between the intersection of Arizona Avenue and the intersection of Sharron Avenue, a distance of 800± feet in the Town of Plattsburgh and the City of Plattsburgh.
(e) Route 9. The northbound and southbound roadway of Route 9, between the intersection of Route 314 and the intersection of Boynton Avenue at the Georgia Pacific Corporation of Plattsburgh in the Town of Plattsburgh and the City of Plattsburgh, a distance of 1.1 miles.
(f) Route 11. The northbound and southbound roadways of Route 11 between the Franklin county line and the US-Canadian border (including the Route 9B overlap), a distance of 37.6± miles in the Towns of Clinton, Ellenburg, Altona, Mooers, and Champlain and the Villages of Mooers and Rouses Point.
(g) US Route 2. The eastbound and westbound roadways of US Route 2 between the intersection of US Route 11 and the Vermont state boundary, a distance of 0.9± mile in the Town of Champlain and the Village of Rouses Point.
(h) Route 9 (East Service Road). The northbound and southbound roadways of Route 9 (East Service Road) between the IR 87 northbound Exit 43 and Locust Street, a distance of 0.6± mile in the Town of Champlain and the Village of Champlain.
(i) West Service Road. The northbound and southbound roadways of the West Service Road between its intersection with the East Service Road (Route 9) and the IR 87 southbound Exit 43, a distance of 0.4± mile in the Town of Champlain and the Village of Champlain.
(j) Route 9. Route 9 between CR 32 and Chazy Orchards, a distance of 6.9± miles in the Towns of Beekmantown and Chazy.
(k) Route 374. Route 374 between I-87 and the Clinton Prison, a distance of 13.0± miles in the Towns of Plattsburgh, Saranac, and Dannemora and the Village of Dannemora.
(l) [Eff. until Dec. 4, 1991, see also subd. (l) below.] Route 3. Route 3 between Route 374 and the Franklin county line in the Towns of Plattsburgh, Saranac, and Black Brook.
(l) [Eff. Dec. 4, 1991 until Oct. 16, 1996, see also subd. (l) above and below.] Route 190. Route 190 between 971L and Route 3, a distance of 23.2± miles in the Towns of Ellenburg, Altona, Beekmantown and Plattsburgh.
(l) [Eff. Oct. 16, 1996, see also subd. (l) above.] [Repealed]
(m) Route 374. Route 374 between the Franklin-Clinton county line and Village of Lyon Mt., a distance of 6.8 miles in the Towns of Ellenburg and Dannemora.
(n) Route 3. Route 3 between Route 374 and the Franklin county line in the Town of Plattsburgh, Saranac, and Black Brook.
(o) Route 190. Route 190 between Route 971L and Route 3, a distance of 23.2± miles in the Towns of Ellenburg, Altona, Beekmantown, and Plattsburgh.
17 CRR-NY 8109.00
Current through December 15, 2022
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