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List of county routes in Columbia County, New York

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List of county routes in Columbia County, New York

County routes in Columbia County, New York, are signed with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices-standard yellow-on-blue pentagon route marker. All roads maintained by Columbia County are assigned a county highway number; this number is unsigned. Each county route comprises one or more county highways; however, not all county highways are part of a signed county route.

Contents

  • County routes 1
  • County highways 2
  • See also 3
  • Notes 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

County routes

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CR 2 5.74 9.24 Dutchess County line in Clermont (becomes CR 78) CH 13, CH 2, and CH 41 Dutchess County line in Gallatin (becomes CR 50)[fn 1]
CR 3 5.82 9.37 CR 8 CH 17 in Ancram NY 22
CR 4 0.88 1.42 Dutchess County line (becomes CR 80) CH 4 in Clermont US 9
CR 5 12.25 19.71 NY 22 in Austerlitz CH 37, CH 79, and CH 67 US 20 in New Lebanon
CR 5A 2.98 4.80 US 20 CH 29 in New Lebanon Rensselaer County line (becomes CR 29)
CR 6 5.34 8.59 CR 35 in Clermont CH 40 and CH 15 US 9 in Clermont
CR 7 (1) 17.14 27.58 Dutchess County line in Gallatin CH 36, CH 76, CH 55, and CH 16 NY 23 in Copake
CR 7 (2) 0.02 0.03 CR 7 (segment 1) CH 55 in Copake CR 7A (segment 1)
CR 7 (3) 4.41 7.10 CR 21 in Hillsdale CH 11 NY 203 in Austerlitz
CR 7A (1) 5.85 9.41 CR 7 (segment 1) CH 55 and CH 77 in Copake CR 7 (segment 1)
CR 7A (2) 0.31 0.50 CR 7A (segment 1) CH 55 in Copake CR 7A (segment 3)
CR 7A (3) 1.42 2.29 NY 22 CH 55A in Copake NY 22
CR 7D 0.93 1.50 NY 22 CH 63 in Hillsdale Dawson Road
CR 8 (1) 5.75 9.25 Dead end at Hudson River in Germantown CH 54 US 9 in Clermont Part east of NY 9G was designated NY 298 from 1930[2] to c. 1934[3][4]
CR 8 (2) 8.28 13.33 US 9 / CR 31 in Livingston CH 44, CH 49, and CH 81 CR 11 in Gallatin
CR 8 (3) 2.80 4.51 NY 82 CH 73 and CH 84 in Ancram Dutchess County line
CR 8A 2.00 3.22 Dutchess County line (becomes CR 59) CH 73 in Ancram NY 82
CR 9 (1) 5.61 9.03 NY 217 in Claverack CH 53 NY 66 in Ghent Former routing of NY 66
CR 9 (2) 15.80 25.43 NY 66 in Ghent CH 85, CH 27, CH 28, and CH 58 Rensselaer County line in New Lebanon (becomes CR 27) Discontinuous at NY 295 and US 20
CR 10 (1) 8.57 13.79 NY 9G CH 48 in Livingston US 9 / CR 19
CR 10 (2) 8.57 13.79 NY 82 CH 75 in Taghkanic CR 27
CR 11 (1) 4.54 7.31 CR 7 CH 10 in Gallatin NY 82
CR 11 (2) 5.42 8.72 CR 27 in Taghkanic CH 80 NY 23 in Hillsdale
CR 11 (3) 3.92 6.31 NY 23 CH 6 in Claverack Philmont village line
CR 11A 0.81 1.30 CR 11 in Taghkanic CH 80 NY 23 in Copake
CR 12 0.53 0.85 Water Street in Livingston CH 7 CR 27 in Claverack
CR 13 8.34 13.42 NY 66 in Chatham CH 33 and CH 78 Rensselaer County line in New Lebanon (becomes CR 19)
CR 14 1.56 2.51 NY 9G CH 9 in Greenport CR 31
CR 15 3.41 5.49 CR 8 in Gallatin CH 12 NY 82 in Taghkanic
CR 16 1.99 3.20 NY 23 CH 24 in Claverack NY 23
CR 17 3.08 4.96 NY 66 CH 43 in Chatham NY 203
CR 18 3.86 6.21 NY 66 CH 83 in Claverack NY 217
CR 19 8.36 13.45 Dutchess County line in Clermont (becomes CR 55) CH 70, CH 13, and CH 52 US 9 in Livingston
CR 20 2.60 4.18 US 9 in Stockport CH 57 NY 9H in Ghent Formerly NY 401; includes cul-de-sac (CH 21) from NY 9H to Columbia County Airport
CR 21 (1) 5.66 9.11 CR 21C at Harlemville Road CH 56, CH 47, and CH 47S in Hillsdale NY 22 Includes both legs of wye connection with NY 22
CR 21 (2) 11.98 19.28 NY 66 in Ghent CH 26, CH 66, and CH 14 Rensselaer County line in Stuyvesant (becomes CR 1) Discontinuous at Kinderhook village limits
CR 21B 1.48 2.38 CR 21B in Ghent CH 26 NY 203 in Kinderhook
CR 21C 1.55 2.49 NY 217 / Taconic State Parkway in Ghent CH 86 CR 21 at Harlemville Road in Hillsdale Formerly part of NY 217
CR 22 (1) 1.81 2.91 Dead end at Hudson River CH 59 in Stockport CR 25 in Ghent Discontinuous at US 9
CR 22 (2) 4.53 7.29 NY 9H CH 30 in Ghent CR 21
CR 24 3.18 5.12 CR 9 in Chatham CH 37 CR 5 in Canaan
CR 25 5.88 9.46 US 9 in Stockport CH 22 and CH 71 NY 9H in Kinderhook
CR 25A 0.56 0.90 CR 25 CH 22 in Stuyvesant US 9
CR 25B 0.18 0.29 US 9 CH 22 in Stockport CR 25
CR 26A 3.28 5.28 River View Street CH 87 in Stuyvesant US 9 Part east of NY 9J was formerly NY 398
CR 27 15.45 24.86 CR 7 in Copake CH 35 and CH 7 NY 9H / NY 23 in Claverack
CR 27A 2.09 3.36 CR 7 (segment 1) in Ancram CH 68 CR 27 in Copake
CR 27B 1.56 2.51 CR 27 CH 8 in Claverack CR 16
CR 28 (1) 2.69 4.33 US 9 CH 2 in Kinderhook NY 203
CR 28 (2) 0.55 0.89 CR 28 (segment 1) CH 25 in Kinderhook NY 203
CR 28A 3.21 5.17 Valatie village line in Kinderhook CH 39 NY 66 in Chatham
CR 28B 2.43 3.91 CR 28 CH 74 in Kinderhook CR 32
CR 29 3.33 5.36 NY 9H / NY 23 in Claverack CH 19 NY 23B in Greenport
CR 30 1.45 2.33 NY 295 CH 42 in Canaan NY 22
CR 31 7.51 12.09 US 9 / CR 8 in Livingston CH 51 and CH 9 US 9 / NY 23 in Greenport
CR 32 5.26 8.47 Rensselaer County line in Kinderhook CH 38 and CH 60 NY 66 in Chatham Discontinuous at NY 203
CR 33 6.00 9.66 CR 6 in Clermont CH 3 and CH 32 NY 9G in Germantown
CR 34 2.95 4.75 CR 9 CH 72 in New Lebanon CR 5
CR 35 4.36 7.02 Dutchess County line in Clermont CH 5 NY 9G in Germantown
CR 35A 2.02 3.25 NY 9G CH 18 in Germantown NY 9G
CR 46 2.45 3.94 NY 9J CH 46 in Stuyvesant US 9
CR 61 0.80 1.29 NY 203 in Ghent CH 61 Chatham village town line in Chatham
CR 64 0.55 0.89 NY 22 in Hillsdale CH 64 NY 23 in Copake
CR 82 1.66 2.67 Taconic State Parkway CH 82 in Chatham NY 295
CR 88 0.38 0.61 NY 66 CH 88 in Ghent NY 66
CR 89 0.40 0.64 NY 66 in Claverack CH 89 NY 9H in Ghent

County highways

Every county-maintained road is assigned an unsigned county highway number for inventory purposes. The majority of county highways are part of signed county routes; however, some are not posted with any designation. Those highways or parts of highways that are not part of any county routes are listed below.

Route Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
From Via To Notes
CH 22 0.22 0.35 CR 25A New Street in Stuyvesant US 9
CH 65 0.19 0.31 Hudson city line Columbia Turnpike in Greenport NY 23B

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The eastern half of CR 2 frequently crosses the county line, and the sections that lie in Dutchess County are maintained by that county as part of CR 50.

References

  1. ^ a b "County Roads Listing – Columbia County" (PDF).  
  2. ^ Standard Oil Company of New York (1930). Road Map of New York (Map). Cartography by General Drafting.
  3. ^ Texas Oil Company (1933). Texaco Road Map – New York (Map). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company.
  4. ^ Texas Oil Company (1934). Texaco Road Map – New York (Map). Cartography by Rand McNally and Company.

External links

  • Empire State Roads – Columbia County Roads
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