New York State Route 8 - Major Intersections

Major Intersections

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Delaware
Village of Deposit 0.00 0.00 NY 10 / NY 17 Exit 84 (NY 17); southern terminus of NY 8 / NY 10 overlap; southern terminus of NY 10
2.14 3.44 NY 10 north Northern terminus of NY 8 / NY 10 overlap
Masonville 15.29 24.61 NY 206
Village of Sidney 19.84 31.93 I-88 Exit 9 (I-88)
Otsego
Town of Unadilla 21.69 34.91 NY 7
Chenango
Guilford 29.96 48.22 NY 51 Southern terminus of NY 51
Town of New Berlin 37.94 61.06 NY 23
Village of New Berlin 45.68 73.51 NY 80 east Southern terminus of NY 8 / NY 80 overlap
Town of New Berlin 46.95 75.56 NY 80 west Northern terminus of NY 8 / NY 80 overlap
Oneida
Village of Bridgewater 64.60 103.96 US 20
Utica 79.89 128.57 NY 5 west / NY 12 south / NY 840 Cloverleaf interchange; southern terminus of NY 5 / NY 8 and NY 8 / NY 12 overlaps; eastern terminus of NY 840
83.18 133.87 I-790 / NY 5A / NY 5S Eastern terminus of NY 5A; western terminus of NY 5S; southern terminus of I-790 / NY 8 overlap; southern terminus of I-790
84.05 135.27 I-790 north / NY 5 east to NY 49 Northern terminus of I-790 / NY 8 and NY 5 / NY 8 overlaps; eastern terminus of NY 49; to I-90 / Thruway (via I-790 / NY 5)
Deerfield 89.17 143.51 NY 12 north Northern terminus of NY 8 / NY 12 overlap
95.92 154.37 NY 28 north Southern terminus of NY 8 / NY 28 overlap
Herkimer
Poland 97.42 156.78 NY 28 south Northern terminus of NY 8 / NY 28 overlap
Ohio 111.11 178.81 NY 365 Eastern terminus of NY 365
Hamilton
Arietta 133.51 214.86 NY 10 Northern terminus of NY 10
Speculator 145.76 234.58 NY 30 north Southern terminus of NY 8 / NY 30 overlap
Wells 155.46 250.19 NY 30 south Northern terminus of NY 8 / NY 30 overlap
Warren
Johnsburg 178.87 287.86 NY 28
Chester 184.56 297.02 US 9 north Southern terminus of US 9 / NY 8 overlap
188.38 303.17 US 9 south Northern terminus of US 9 / NY 8 overlap
189.86 305.55 I-87 Exit 25 (I-87)
Hague 208.17 335.02 NY 9N

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