List of county routes in Genesee County, New York (21–30)

List of county routes in Genesee County, New York (21–30)

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Route 21

County Route 21
Location: {{{location}}}
Length: 12.81 mi[1] (20.62 km)

County Route 21 is an east–west route located in the Towns of Darien and Alexander. CR 21 begins its west end at the Erie County Line at CR 166 (North Rd.) From there Route 21 proceeds east through Darien as Sumner Road, passing north of Darien Lakes State Park just before intersecting New York State Route 77 (Alleghany Rd.) at 3.76 miles. As CR 21 crosses NY 77, it passes directly south along Darien Lake Theme Park Resort. When Route 21 reaches the intersection of Walker and Simonds Roads at 6.39 miles, CR 21 turns north to run along Simonds Road for a short distance before turning east on Bennett Road to resume its eastern track. Not long after, CR 21 reaches the intersection of Ridge Road, and once again changes names, this time named Dodgeson Road as the route proceeds east. From here County Route 21 begins to head in a more northeasterly direction now through the Town of Alexander. CR 21 finally reaches its east end at New York State Route 98 (Alexander Rd.) at 12.81 miles.


Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Erie County Line at Darien 0.0 CR 166 Western terminus of CR 21
Darien 3.76 NY 77
6.39 Intersection of:
Simonds Road
Walker Road
CR 21 turns north and assumes the name Simonds Road
6.91 Intersection of:
Bennett Road
Simonds Road
CR 21 turns east and assumes the name Bennett Road
7.78 Intersection of:
Ridge Road
Dodgeson Road
CR 21 continues east and assumes the name Dodgeson Road
Town of Alexander 12.81 NY 98 Eastern terminus of CR 11
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 22

County Route 22
Location: {{{location}}}

County Route 22 is a northwest–southeast route in the Towns of Alabama and Oakfield named Lewiston Road. Route 22 begins its south end at New York State Route 63 northwest of the Village of Oakfield. CR 22 proceeds northwest crossing into the Town of Alabama before coming to an end at County CR 12 (Lewiston Rd./Lockport Rd.).


Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Town of Oakfield 0.0 NY 63 Southern terminus of CR 12
Alabama 2.40 CR 12 Northern terminus of CR 22
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 23

County Route 23
Location: {{{location}}}
Length: 4.79 mi[1] (7.71 km)

County Route 23 is a north–south county route located in the Town of Alabama. CR 23 begins its south end at New York State Route 63 (Judge Rd.) and heads north along Knowlesville Road, until it reaches Ham Road, where Route 23 turns west, but shortly after turns north and resumes the name Knowlesville Road. Genesee CR 12 is intersected at 1.92 miles, as Route 23 heads north. Shortly after CR 23 turns northeast then north again as it passes the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge on the west side and the Oak Orchard State Wildlife Management Area that lies to the east. At 4.79 miles, CR 23 ends at the Orleans County Line where CR 23 ends and Orleans CR 28 (Shelby Rd.) begins.


Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Alabama 0.0 NY 63 Southern terminus of CR 23
0.71 Ham Road CR 23 turns west and assumes the name Ham Road
1.05 Knowlesville Road CR 23 turns north and resumes as Knowlesville Road
1.92 CR 12
Orleans County Line at Alabama 4.79 Orleans CR 28 Northern terminus of CR 2
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 24

County Route 24
Location: {{{location}}}
Length: 3.66 mi[1] (5.89 km)

County Route 24 is a north–south route named Oak Orchard Road. County Route 24 begins at New York State Route 98 (Quaker Hill Rd.) just north of the Village of Elba. Route 24 heads north paralleling close to NY 98 for a mile till CR 24 reaches the intersection of Genesee CR 12 (N. Byron Rd./Lockport Rd.), where CR 24 turns to run northeast, and later turn back northerly in direction. At 3.67 miles, CR 24 reaches the Orleans County Line where the name continues, however the roadway becomes designated as Orleans County Route 98.


Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Town of Elba 0.0 NY 237 Western terminus of CR 24
1.00 CR 12
Orleans County Line at Elba 3.66 Orleans CR 98 Eastern terminus of CR 24
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 25

County Route 25
Location: {{{location}}}
Length: 3.07 mi[1] (4.94 km)

County Route 25 is a general east–west county route, however it starts out north–south as Circular Hill Road. CR 25 begins at New York State Route 5 (E. Main Rd.) and heads north for just 0.76 miles until it turns east to head along Gulf Road for the remainder of its route. When the route reaches the Monroe County Line, the Genesee CR 25 designation ends and the roadway becomes Monroe CR 147 and named Flint Hill Road.


Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Town of Le Roy 0.0 NY 5 Western (Southern) terminus of CR 15
0.76 Genesee CR 25A CR 25 turns east and assumes the name Gulf Road
(Circular Hill Road continues
north and becomes CR 25A)
Monroe County Line at Le Roy 3.07 Monroe CR 147 Eastern terminus of CR 15
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 25A

County Route 25A
Location: {{{location}}}

County Route 25A is a relatively short north–south route named Circular Hill Road. CR 25A begins at CR 25 and is the continuation of Circular Hill Road north of CR 25. At 1.72 miles, CR 25A reaches its end at CR 17 (Oatka Trail).


Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Town of Le Roy 0.00 Genesee CR 25 Southern terminus of CR 25A
1.72 CR 17 Northern terminus of CR 25A
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


Route 26

County Route 26
Location: {{{location}}}
Length: 7.38 mi[1] (11.88 km)

County Route 26 is a designation given to two separate sections of roadway within Genesee County, but both linked by [Batavia-Oakfield] Townline Road.

Eastern section

The eastern section begins at New York State Route 77 (Alleghany Rd.) just north of Indian Falls. CR 26 proceeds east as Ledge Road until 2.89 miles where CR 26 turns south onto Maple Road for 0.4 miles until it again turns, this time east onto Townline Road for the remainder of this segment to CR 30 (Macomber Rd.).

The two sections of CR 26 are linked by a 3.19 mile stretch of [Batavia-Oakfield] Townline Road between the eastern segment end and the western segment beginning.

Western section

The western section of CR 26 begins 3.19 miles further down Townline Road at New York State Route 63 (Lewiston Rd.) on the Batavia-Oakfield Town Line. Route 26 heads due east along Townline Road to New York State Route 98 (Oak Orchard Rd.) on the Batavia-Elba Town Line, for a distance of 2.85 miles. In total, CR 26 is 7.83 miles long.



Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Alabama 0.0 NY 77 Western terminus of CR 26 (West Section)
2.89 Maple Road CR 26 turns south and assumes the name Maple Road
3.29 Townline Road CR 26 turns east and assumes the name Townline Road
Alabama-Oakfield Town Line 4.53 CR 30 Eastern terminus of CR 26 (West Section)
Gap in designation
Batavia-Oakfield Town Line 0.00 NY 63 Western terminus of CR 26 (East Section)
Batavia-Elba Town Line 2.85 NY 98 Eastern terminus of CR 26 (East Section)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 28

County Route 28
Location: {{{location}}}
Length: 3.36 mi[1] (5.41 km)

County Route 28 is a north–south route, named Clipnock Road, that's located in the northeastern part of Bethany and south-central part of the Town of Stafford. CR 28 begins its south end in Bethany, northeast of the hamlet of East Bethany, at CR 2 (East Bethany-Le Roy Rd.). CR 28 heads north-northeast through northeastern Bethany and into the Town of Stafford, and has a north end at New York State Route 5 (E. Main Street Rd.) near the hamlet of Stafford.


Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Bethany 0.0 CR 2 Southern terminus of CR 28
Stafford 3.36 NY 5 Northern terminus of CR 28
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


Route 30

County Route 30
Location: {{{location}}}
Length: 5.80 mi[1] (9.33 km)

County Route 30 is a north–south route that starts at its south end with New York State Route 5 (Main St.) and heads north along Slusser Road. Shortly after its start, CR 30 briefly turns west and then north again on its northerly course. At approximately 1.51 miles CR 30 passes under the New York State Thruway/Interstate 90. When CR 30 reaches the intersection of Galloway Road, its name changes to Macomber Road north of there. Route 30 comes to an end at 5.8 miles with New York State Route 63 (Judge Rd.) on the Alabama - Oakfield Town Line.


Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
East Pembroke 0.0 NY 5 Southern terminus of CR 30
Alabama/Pembroke - Batavia Town Line 3.02 Galloway Road CR 30 continues north and assumes the name Macomber Road
Alabama - Oakfield Town Line 5.80 NY 63 Northern terminus of CR 30
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Yahoo! Inc. Yahoo! Maps (Map). Cartography by NAVTEQ. https://www.maps.yahoo.com. Retrieved May 1, 2009. 

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