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  4. Article 12: State Routes


Section 342-F Portion of state highway system to be designated as the "Seaway Trail"

Highway (HAY)

Portion of state highway system to be designated as the "Seaway Trail". The commissioner of the department of transportation shall provide for the adequate signing of the trail. All that portion of the state highway system identified as follows:

  Beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line in the town of Ripley, the trail follows state route five in a northeasterly direction toward the village of Silver Creek to a point where route five merges with state route twenty. The trail continues along routes five and twenty to the community of Irving where the trail leaves routes five and twenty and follows the Old Lake Shore Road, running roughly along the Lake Erie shoreline, to the community of Wanakah. At Wanakah, the trail picks up state route five and continues northeasterly and then northerly to the city of Lackawanna and proceeds across the Skyway to the Delaware Avenue exit. The trail then follows Delaware Avenue to Niagara Square in the city of Buffalo and then around Niagara Square to Niagara Street and along Niagara Street to the River Road, state route two hundred sixty-five. The trail continues along the River Road, route two hundred sixty-five through the cities of Tonawanda and North Tonawanda to Buffalo Avenue. Following Buffalo Avenue, the trail then turns onto the westbound lanes of the Robert Moses State Parkway until it reaches the Quay Street exit in the city of Niagara Falls. The trail then leaves the Robert Moses State Parkway and follows Quay Street until it reaches Rainbow Boulevard. The trail then continues northerly along Rainbow Boulevard, being state route three hundred eighty-four, until it intersects with Niagara Street. The trail then turns westerly onto Niagara Street and continues until it reaches the Rainbow Bridge. From the Rainbow Bridge in the city of Niagara Falls, the trail follows state route one hundred four east to the community of Lewiston, where the trail intersects with route eighteen-F. The trail continues along route eighteen-F, until it merges into state route eighteen. Following route eighteen, the trail passes the villages of Roosevelt Beach, Olcott, Ashwood and Kuckville. Once inside Lakeside Beach State Park, the trail leaves route eighteen and follows Lake Ontario State Parkway, running roughly parallel to the Lake Ontario shoreline. In the town of Irondequoit, Lake Ontario State Parkway joins with Stutson Street. The trail then follows Stutson Street, turns right onto Saint Paul Boulevard, then left onto Lake Shore Boulevard. The trail continues east on Lake Shore Boulevard to Culver Road. The trail then turns right onto Culver Road, then left onto Empire Boulevard, state route four hundred four, then left onto Bay Road and then right onto Lake Road. The trail follows Lake Road through the community of Pultneyville and continues to the village of Sodus Point. At Sodus Point, the trail bears south on state route fourteen to Alton, where it intersects Ridge Road. Following Ridge Road, the trail passes through the villages of Resort and Wolcott. Once outside of Wolcott, the trail picks up Old Ridge Road until it reaches the village of Red Creek. There it joins state route one hundred four-A. The trail continues north on route one hundred four-A through the village of Fair Haven, Sterling and Southwest Oswego to the city of Oswego, then north on state route one hundred four through the community of Scriba to state route one hundred four-B. Proceeding north through the community of Texas, the trail follows route one hundred four-B to the intersection with state route three. There it joins route three north through Port Ontario, and roughly parallel to the Lake Ontario shoreline. At Baggs Corners, the trail follows state route one hundred eighty north through the village of Dexter to the intersection of state route twelve-E at Limerick. The trail then follows route twelve-E west through the village of Chaumont to the village of Cape Vincent, and north along the St. Lawrence River to Clayton where it connects with state route twelve north. The trail follows route twelve past the village of Alexandria Bay, Chippewa Bay and Oak Point. Near Morristown the trail joins state route thirty-seven north to the city of Ogdensburg. The trail follows state route one hundred twenty-four onto the state arterial, then north on State street (state routes sixty-eight and eighty-seven), and then east on Washington street. The trail turns onto North Rossell street, then left on Ford street. The trail turns left onto Proctor avenue, then right onto state route eight hundred twelve and south to state route thirty-seven. After passing through the village of Waddington, the trail continues on route thirty-seven through the town of Louisville connecting by a left turn onto state route one hundred thirty-one. The trail turns right at the intersection of Tunnel road, still on state route one hundred thirty-one. At the junction with St. Lawrence county route forty-two the trail continues straight over the Grasse river bridge to the junction with state route thirty-seven north. The trail turns left on to state route thirty-seven north to the trail's northern terminus, the Rooseveltown International Bridge.

  * NB Effective until completion of roadway

  * § 342-e. Portion of state highway system to be designated as the "Seaway Trail". The commissioner of the department of transportation shall provide for the adequate signing of the trail. All that portion of the state highway system identified as follows:

  Beginning at the Pennsylvania-New York state line in the town of Ripley, the trail follows state route five in a northeasterly direction toward the village of Silver Creek to a point where route five merges with state route twenty. The trail continues along routes five and twenty to the community of Irving where the trail leaves routes five and twenty and follows the Old Lake Shore Road, running roughly along the Lake Erie shoreline, to the community of Wanakah. At Wanakah, the trail picks up state route five and continues northeasterly and then northerly to the city of Lackawanna and proceeds across the Skyway to the Delaware Avenue exit. The trail then follows Delaware Avenue to Niagara Square in the city of Buffalo and then around Niagara Square to Niagara Street and along Niagara Street to the River Road, state route two hundred sixty-five. The trail continues along the River Road, route two hundred sixty-five through the cities of Tonawanda and North Tonawanda to Buffalo Avenue. Following Buffalo Avenue, the trail then turns onto the westbound lanes of the Robert Moses State Parkway until it reaches the Quay Street exit in the city of Niagara Falls. The trail then leaves the Robert Moses State Parkway and follows Quay Street until it reaches Rainbow Boulevard. The trail then continues northerly along Rainbow Boulevard, being state route three hundred eighty-four, until it intersects with Niagara Street. The trail then turns westerly onto Niagara Street and continues until it reaches the Rainbow Bridge. From the Rainbow Bridge in the city of Niagara Falls, the trail follows state route one hundred four east to the community of Lewiston, where the trail intersects with route eighteen-F. The trail continues along route eighteen-F, until it merges into state route eighteen. Following route eighteen, the trail passes the villages of Roosevelt Beach, Olcott, Ashwood and Kuckville. Once inside Lakeside Beach State Park, the trail leaves route eighteen and follows Lake Ontario State Parkway, running roughly parallel to the Lake Ontario shoreline. In the town of Irondequoit, Lake Ontario State Parkway joins with Stutson Street. The trail then follows Stutson Street, turns right onto Saint Paul Boulevard, then left onto Lake Shore Boulevard. Continuing east on Lake Shore Boulevard, the trail joins with Lake Road. The trail follows Lake Road through the community of Pultneyville and continues to the village of Sodus Point. At Sodus Point, the trail bears south on state route fourteen to Alton, where it intersects Ridge Road. Following Ridge Road, the trail passes through the villages of Resort and Wolcott. Once outside of Wolcott, the trail picks up Old Ridge Road until it reaches the village of Red Creek. There it joins state route one hundred four-A. The trail continues north on route one hundred four-A through the village of Fair Haven, Sterling and Southwest Oswego to the city of Oswego, then north on state route one hundred four through the community of Scriba to state route one hundred four-B. Proceeding north through the community of Texas, the trail follows route one hundred four-B to the intersection with state route three. There it joins route three north through Port Ontario, and roughly parallel to the Lake Ontario shoreline. At Baggs Corners, the trail follows state route one hundred eighty north through the village of Dexter to the intersection of state route twelve-E at Limerick. The trail then follows route twelve-E west through the village of Chaumont to the village of Cape Vincent, and north along the St. Lawrence River to Clayton where it connects with state route twelve north. The trail follows route twelve past the village of Alexandria Bay, Chippewa Bay and Oak Point. Near Morristown the trail joins state route thirty-seven north to the city of Ogdensburg. The trail follows state route one hundred twenty-four onto the state arterial, then north on State street (state routes sixty-eight and eighty-seven), and then east on Washington street. The trail turns onto North Rossell street, then left on Ford street. The trail turns left onto Proctor Avenue, then right onto state route eight hundred twelve and south to state route thirty-seven. After passing through the village of Waddington, the trail continues on route thirty-seven through the town of Louisville connecting by a left turn onto state route one hundred thirty-one. The trail turns right at the intersection of Tunnel road, still on state route one hundred thirty-one. At the junction with St. Lawrence county route forty-two the trail continues straight over the Grasse river bridge to the junction with state route thirty-seven north. The trail turns left on to state route thirty-seven north to the trail's northern terminus, the Rooseveltown International Bridge.

  * Effective upon completion of roadway