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


Section 342-TT Portion of state and county highway system to be designated and known as the "Lakes to Locks Passage"

Highway (HAY)

Portion of state and county highway system to be designated and known as the "Lakes to Locks Passage". All that portion of the state and county system beginning at the Waterford Cohoes bridge and continuing north on state route thirty-two to its junction with United States route four in the town of Waterford, Saratoga county and proceeding north on United States route four to the overlap of United States route four and state route twenty-two and following the four/twenty-two overlap to Whitehall, Washington county and continuing along United States route four to the Vermont state line, and then continuing north on route twenty-two from Whitehall to Ticonderoga, and along state route seventy-four from the Ticonderoga ferry to its intersection with Montcalm street in Ticonderoga and continuing along Montcalm street to the intersection of state route nine-N and along state route nine-N to the overlap of state routes nine-N and twenty-two, and again continuing north from the intersection of state routes twenty-two and seventy-four along the twenty-two/seventy-four overlap to state route nine-N/twenty-two and along nine-N/twenty-two overlap to its intersection with state route nine hundred three and along state route nine hundred three to the Champlain bridge, then again continuing north on state route nine-N/twenty-two to Westport, continuing north on state route twenty-two to Essex, then north on state route twenty-two to the overlap of state route twenty-two and United States route nine and continuing on the twenty-two/nine overlap to Keeseville, then continuing north on United States route nine to the intersection of state route three hundred seventy-three and along state route three hundred seventy-three to the Port Kent ferry, then again continuing north on United States route nine to the intersection of United States route nine and City Hall Place in the city of Plattsburgh, along City Hall Place to Cumberland avenue and along Cumberland avenue to its junction with United States route nine on the north side of the city of Plattsburgh, and further north on United States route nine to the intersection of county route fifty-seven and along the entire length of county route fifty-seven in a loop to the Cumberland Head ferry and then continuing north on United States route nine to the intersection of county route twenty-two and along county route twenty-two to the intersection of state route nine-B at Coopersville, then generally north on state route nine-B to United States route eleven and along United States route eleven to its termination point at the Canadian border, and along United States route two from its intersection with United States route eleven in the village of Rouses Point to the Vermont state line.