LOCATION: Sands Point; Roslyn Estates to Williston Park NOTES: CR 101 was the extension of NY 101 at its northern and southern ends. At the northern end, the CR 101 designation along Middle Neck Road began at Long Island Sound and ended at Harbor Road at the Sands Point-Port Washington border, where Middle Neck Road becomes NY 101. At the southern end, where the NY 101 designation ends at NY 25A (Northern Boulevard), CR 101 picked up again along Searingtown Road, which continues past the Long Island Expressway (I-495, was NY 24 in 1959) to its end at Shelter Rock Road.
Middle Neck Road (Extension)
LOCATION: Roslyn NOTES: This one-half mile "spur" route went between NY 101 (near St. Francis Hospital) to NY 25A. This route is just east of NY 101.
LOCATION: Hempstead NOTES: Although Front Street between Hempstead and East Meadow is designated as NY 102 throughout its entire length, a segment in the Village of Hempstead was locally (not state) maintained. This locally maintained segment of Front Street was therefore marked on county maps as CR 102.
Rockaway Turnpike, Meadow Lane (Causeway), Rock Hill Road
LOCATION: Inwood to Lawrence NOTES: This routing was part of the original NY 104, which existed in the 1930's. Together with the Nassau Expressway (NY 878), Rockaway Turnpike, which continues westward into Queens as Rockaway Boulevard, is an important route in the Five Towns area. CR 104 continued along Meadow Lane (Causeway), then Rock Hill Road.
LOCATION: Hempstead to North Bellmore NOTES: This was the western extension of NY 105, which ends together with NY 106 in North Bellmore.
LOCATION: North Bellmore to Bellmore NOTES: This was the southern extension of NY 106, which ends together with NY 105 in North Bellmore.
Cedar Swamp Road, Glen Street
LOCATION: Glen Cove NOTES: Before the "Glen Cove Arterial Highway" was completed in 1965, NY 107 continued along Cedar Swamp Road and Glen Street. In the City of Glen Cove, this segment of Route 107 was locally maintained, and was thus shown as CR 107 on county maps.
LOCATION: Farmingdale NOTES: Melville Road continues as a unsigned route in Suffolk County serving the SUNY-Farmingdale campus. Before 1988, Melville Road was designated Suffolk CR 48. This route is unrelated to NY 108, which runs along the Nassau-Suffolk border in Cold Spring Harbor.
NOTES: NY 109 begins in Farmingdale, about one mile west of the Nassau-Suffolk border. This route continues into Babylon. (CR 109 has never been assigned in either Nassau or Suffolk counties.)
Round Swamp Road, Bethpage Road, Main Street
LOCATION: Plainview to Farmingdale NOTES: The route of CR 110 went into Suffolk County at its northern and southern ends. At its northern end, Round Swamp Road (CR 110) was multiplexed with CR 25 between Old Country Road and the Long Island Expressway (at the Nassau-Suffolk border), and continues today into Suffolk County as an unsigned route. At its southern end, Main Street (CR 110) continues into Suffolk County as Great Neck Road (Suffolk CR 47).
(North) Stewart Avenue
LOCATION: Westbury to Hicksville NOTES: Stewart Avenue, which originally went all the way from New Hyde Park to Hicksville, was split into three different segments over the years. Each segment was signed separately. This eastern segment, which was signed as CR 111, began at Salisbury (now Eisenhower) Park and ended at NY 106 (Newbridge Road).
LOCATION: Glen Cove NOTES: Dosoris Way continued north to Long Island Sound as Dosoris Lane (CR 166).
Schoolhouse Hill Road, Grove Street
LOCATION: Glenwood Landing
LOCATION: Glenwood Landing NOTES: CR 115 is unrelated to the former NY 115 (Wantagh Avenue), whose designation went from Levittown to Wantagh.
Forest Row, North Road
LOCATION: Great Neck
LOCATION: Great Neck
Bates Road, Nassau Boulevard
LOCATION: Lake Success NOTES: Before the Long Island Expressway was completed through western Nassau in 1958, Nassau Boulevard (and Power House Road), which were both signed as NY 25D, went from the Queens-Nassau line to Glen Cove Road in East Hills.
Woodland Avenue, Wantagh Avenue
LOCATION: Wantagh NOTES: The CR 122 designation was assigned to the segment of Wantagh Avenue south of Sunrise Highway (NY 27). (Woodland Avenue is used to access the southernmost section of Wantagh Avenue, which is separated by the Wantagh State Parkway.) From Sunrise Highway north to Hempstead Turnpike (NY 24), Wantagh Avenue had the NY 115 designation.
Nassau County route shields by Ralph Herman. Primary information provided by Hagstrom Nassau County Atlas, as well as by the "Master Plan for Nassau County" (Nassau County Department of Public Works, 1959).