1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Highway
  4. Article 12: State Routes


Section 342-K Portion of state and county highway system to be designated and known as the "Black River Trail"

Highway (HAY)

Portion of state and county highway system to be designated and known as the "Black River Trail". All that portion of the state and county highway system beginning at the intersection of state routes forty-six, forty-nine and sixty-nine in the city of Rome, Oneida County, continuing north on route forty-six to the intersection of state route forty-six and Schuyler Street in the village of Boonville; continuing easterly on Schuyler Street to the intersection of Schuyler Street and state route twelve-D, and then southeasterly on state route twelve-D to the intersection with state route twelve, and then northerly along state route twelve through Port Leyden and Lyons Falls to the intersection of state route twelve and state route twenty-six in Lowville; continuing north from Lowville on route twelve/twenty-six overlap and then continuing along state route twenty-six to the intersection of state route twenty-six and state route four hundred ten and then northeasterly along state route four hundred ten to the intersection of state routes four hundred ten and state route one hundred twenty-six and then northwesterly along state route one hundred twenty-six to the intersection of state route one hundred twenty-six and state route three in the Village of Carthage, and then southeasterly along route one hundred twenty-six/three overlap and then continuing northerly on state route three through the Villages of Deferiet and Black River to the intersection of state route three and state route twelve, then continuing westerly along route three/twelve overlap to the intersection with United States route eleven (Massey Street) then northerly along route eleven/twelve overlap to the intersection with state route twelve-F (Coffeen Street), then westerly along state route twelve-F to the intersection with state route one hundred eighty, then continuing north along state route one hundred eighty terminating at the intersection of state route one hundred eighty and Water Street in the Village of Dexter, Jefferson County.