Empire Boulevard

Some articles on empire boulevard:

New York State Route 104 - History - Conversion To Expressways
... In Irondequoit, the portion of the Sea Breeze Expressway (now NY 590) from Empire Boulevard to Culver Road opened in the late 1950s ... however, NY 18 followed the roadway north to Culver Road while US 104 progressed south to Empire Boulevard, where it rejoined its former surface ... The 0.71 miles (1.14 km) of Empire Boulevard between the Rochester city line and the Sea Breeze Expressway remains state-maintained to this day as NY 941B, an unsigned reference route ...
New York State Route 404 - Route Description
... NY 404 begins at NY 590 exit 8 in Irondequoit as Empire Boulevard, although the 0.71-mile (1.14 km) portion of Empire Boulevard between NY 590 and the ... Irondequoit Bay is northeast of this intersection, and Empire Boulevard serves as the northernmost non-bridge route from one side of the bay to the other that is, between ... The four-lane Empire Boulevard heads east from NY 590, intersecting North Winton Road (former NY 47) in a residential neighborhood before descending into a valley ...
New York State Route 590 - History - Construction and Designation
... the next segment, a limited-access extension south to Empire Boulevard (U.S ... when NY 47 was realigned north of Blossom Road to follow the expressway north to the Empire Boulevard interchange, where it ended at US 104 ... The change resulted in overlaps with US 104 from Empire Boulevard to the new Keeler Street Expressway, which was built south of Ridge Road in the late 1960s as a realignment of US 104, and NY ...

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