Centre Island Road, Bayville Avenue, Locust Valley-Bayville Road, Lattingtown Road, Forest Avenue, School Street, Bridge Street, Glen Cove Avenue, Glen Cove (Guinea Woods) Road, Clinton Avenue, Greenwich Street, Baldwin Avenue, Long Beach Road, Austin Boulevard, Long Beach Boulevard, East Park Street, Lido Boulevard
LOCATION: Centre Island to Point Lookout
Long Beach Road
LOCATION: Island Park NOTES: This spur from CR 1 was a continuation of Long Beach Road (CR 1). At this point, CR 1 became Austin Boulevard.
Island Parkway North
LOCATION: Island Park NOTES: This was a cul-de-sac spur from CR 1A.
Peninsula Boulevard, Bay Boulevard
LOCATION: Hempstead to Cedarhurst NOTES: In 1959, Bay Boulevard was a proposed extension of Peninsula Boulevard to the Nassau Expressway (NY 878). This extension was eventually built to Inwood.
Hempstead Avenue, Atlantic Avenue
LOCATION: Hempstead to East Rockaway
Wolver Hollow Road, Wheatley Road, Post Avenue, Merrick Avenue
LOCATION: Upper Brookville to Merrick
New Hyde Park Road, Franklin Avenue
LOCATION: North Hills to Lynbrook
LOCATION: North Hills NOTES: This spur route was sandwiched between the Long Island Expressway (I-495, was NY 24 in 1959) and the Northern State Parkway.
Mineola Boulevard, Franklin Street, Hempstead Avenue
LOCATION: Williston Park to Rockville Centre
Shore Road (including Cliff Way and Prospect Avenue), Scudders Lane, Glenwood Road, Bryant Avenue, East Broadway, Roslyn Road, Washington Street, Greenwich Street, Nassau Road, Main Street, Church Street
LOCATION: Glen Cove to Freeport NOTES: In the Village of Hempstead, Greenwich Street was multiplexed with CR 1 between Peninsula Boulevard (CR 2) and Baldwin Road.
LOCATION: Roosevelt to Merrick NOTES: CR 7A-Babylon Turnpike was one of the longer "spur" routes.
Locust Lane, Round Hill Road
LOCATION: Roslyn Heights NOTES: CR 7B formed a "loop" around CR 7-Locust Lane.
LOCATION: Roslyn NOTES: This "spur" was actually a continuation of West Shore Road (CR 15) between Old Northern Boulevard (CR 25A) and Roslyn Road (CR 7).
Shelter Rock Road, Herricks Road, Rockaway Avenue
LOCATION: Manhasset to Garden City NOTES: On the Herricks Road segment between NY 25 (Jericho Turnpike) and Old Country Road, CR 8 was multiplexed with CR 25.
Lexington Avenue, Berry Hill Road, South Oyster Bay Road
LOCATION: Oyster Bay to Bethpage NOTES: Between NY 25A (North Hempstead Turnpike) and NY 106 (Pine Hollow Road in Oyster Bay, CR 9-Berry Hill Road was parallel to the right-of-way for the Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (NY 135).
Atlantic Avenue, Main Street, East Rockaway Road, West Broadway, Burnside Avenue, Sheridan Boulevard
LOCATION: Oceanside to Inwood NOTES: In Inwood, there was to have been a full interchange on the limited-access Nassau Expressway for CR 10-Burnside Avenue. In Hewlett, CR 10-West Broadway was multiplexed with CR 54 between Broadway and East Rockaway Road.
LOCATION: East Rockaway NOTES: This three-block-long "loop," which was originally called "East Rockaway Road," runs between Atlantic and Ocean Avenues.
Red Brook Road, Middle Neck Road, Lakeville Road
LOCATION: Kings Point to New Hyde Park
Arrandale Avenue, East Shore Road, Community Drive
LOCATION: Great Neck to Lake Success NOTES: CR 11A, the only "spur" route signed on more than one road, was one of the longer "spur" routes.
Woodbury Road, Barclay Street, West John Street, Prospect Avenue, Union Avenue, Maple Avenue, Westbury Avenue
LOCATION: Woodbury to Mineola NOTES: At its eastern terminus, this route continues in Suffolk County as Pulaski Road (Suffolk CR 11). Further west, the routing of CR 12 was mutliplexed with CR 63 along Union Avenue for about one-half mile in Westbury.
LOCATION: Oceanside to Baldwin
Ludlam Avenue, West Shore Road, West Main Street
LOCATION: Bayville to Oyster Bay NOTES: The 1959 Nassau County Master Plan had a route (added later in red pencil by the NCDPW) that would have paralleled CR 14 between Oyster Bay and Bayville. This route was to have been the approach for the canceled Oyster Bay-Rye Bridge, which was to connect to the Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (NY 135).
Orchard Beach Road, Manorhaven Boulevard, Shore Road, Main Street, Beacon Hill Road, West Shore Road
LOCATION: Port Washington (Manor Haven) to Roslyn
LOCATION: Port Washington (Baxter Estates)
Forest Avenue, Buckham Road, Brookville Road, Glen Cove-Oyster Bay Road
LOCATION: Locust Valley to Oyster Bay
Shore Avenue, Audrey Avenue, East Main Street, Oyster Bay Cove Road
LOCATION: Oyster Bay to Laurel Hollow
Mill Neck Road, Brookville Road, Chicken Valley Road
LOCATION: Mill Neck to Old Brookville NOTES: For a one-block segment at Upper Francis Pond in Mill Neck, the Brookville Road segment of CR 18 was multiplexed with CR 16.
Syosset-Cold Spring Harbor Road, Underhill Boulevard
LOCATION: Laurel Hollow to Syosset NOTES: There was to have been a partial interchange (northbound exit, southbound entrance) along the Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (NY 135) for Syosset-Cold Spring Harbor Road in Syosset.
Linden Boulevard, Central Avenue, Mill Road
LOCATION: Elmont to Woodmere
LOCATION: Malverne to East Rockaway
Corona Avenue, Rockaway Avenue
LOCATION: Elmont to Valley Stream
Corona Avenue, Franklin Street
LOCATION: Valley Stream NOTES: This "spur" continued south along the eastern edge of Valley Stream State Park to NY 27 (Sunrise Highway), while the route of CR 22 veered east along Rockaway Avenue (at Beverly Parkway).
DeMott Avenue, Centennial Avenue
LOCATION: Rockville Centre to Roosevelt
Fulton Street (Hempstead Turnpike)
LOCATION: Hempstead NOTES: While this was actually a state highway (NY 24), Fulton Street was maintained locally within the Village of Hempstead. (Actually, at the time of the 1959 Master Plan, Hempstead Turnpike was designated NY 24A. The NY 24 designation was assigned to the Long Island Expressway for only four years, between 1958 and 1962.)
Herricks Road, Old Country Road, Round Swamp Road
LOCATION: Mineola to Plainview NOTES: Unrelated to NY 25 (Jericho Tunrpike). At its western terminus, CR 25-Herricks Road was multiplexed with CR 8 between NY 25 (Jericho Turnpike) and Old Country Road. At its eastern terminus, CR 25 was multiplexed for its easternmost 500 feet with CR 110 along Round Swamp Road to the Nassau-Suffolk line (and the Long Island Expressway). Both Old Country Road and Round Swamp Road continue in Suffolk County as routes with no numerical designations.
Old Northern Boulevard
LOCATION: Roslyn NOTES: This was not actually a "spur" from CR 25, but the designation for the section of Northern Boulevard that was bypassed with the construction of the Roslyn Viaduct in 1950.
LOCATION: Roslyn NOTES: This was not actually a "spur" from CR 25, but the designation for a section of Hillside Avenue in the Village of East Williston. This section is actually part of NY 25B, but was locally maintained according to NCDPW records.
LOCATION: New Hyde Park NOTES: This was not actually a "spur" from CR 25, but the designation for the continuation of NY 25C. Until it was decommissioned in the early 1970's, NY 25C went along Union Turnpike Extension from Alley Park in Bayside, Queens (where NY 25 was originally signed westward as Union Turnpike) and New Hyde Park.
Nassau County route shields by Ralph Herman. Primary information provided from the Hagstrom Nassau County Atlas and the "Master Plan for Nassau County" (Nassau County Department of Public Works, 1959).