Suffolk County Routes 001-025

County Line Road

LOCATION: Amityville to North Amityville
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)

Straight Path, Dixon Avenue

LOCATION: Amityville to Dix Hills
STATUS: Two-to-four lane road (signed)
NOTES: In the 1960's, Dixon Avenue was formerly signed CR 2A.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Dixon Avenue)

LOCATION: Amityville to Copiague
NOTES: In the 1960's, Dixon Avenue was a "spur" of CR 2.

Wellwood Avenue, Pinelawn Road

LOCATION: Lindenhurst to Melville
STATUS: Four-lane undivided and divided road (signed)

Commack Road, Bread-and-Cheese Hollow Road

LOCATION: North Babylon to Fort Salonga
STATUS: Two lane road through North Babylon, four lane undivided in Deer Park, two lane road through former Edgewood State Hospital, four lane undivided Dix Hills to Commack.
NOTES: The unsigned, two-lane road from Commack to Fort Salonga (originally signed as CR 106) is maintained by the towns of Smithtown and Huntington. Much of CR 4 south of NY 25 has been widened over the past 30 years, most recently south of Long Island Avenue. This route was realigned around the former Edgewood State Hospital (now a New York State conservation area) many years ago.

Ruland Road

LOCATION: Melville
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by Town of Huntington.

Rabro Drive

LOCATION: Hauppauge
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: Completed in 1976, Rabro Drive serves the Hauppauge Industrial Park.

Wicks Road

LOCATION: Brentwood to Hauppauge
STATUS: Two-to-four lane road (signed)

UNBUILT

NOTES: This was to have been a four-lane divided, bypass route of CR 21 through the western edge of Cathedral Pines County Park. The route of CR 8 was to have started at the intersection of I-495 (at EXIT 66) and CR 101 (Patchogue-Yaphank Road). Originally planned in 1973, CR 8 shelved was for many years due to lack of funds. Plans were revived in the late 1980's before meeting with community opposition. Given its location at the western end of the Pine Barrens, it is unlikely that CR 8 will ever be constructed.

Cuba Hill Road, Greenlawn Road

LOCATION: Elwood to Huntington
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by the Town of Huntington.

Elwood Road

LOCATION: Elwood to Northport
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)

Pulaski Road

LOCATION: Cold Spring Harbor to Kings Park
STATUS: Two-to four lane, undivided road (signed)
NOTES: In the 1960's, CR 11A, CR 11B and CR 11C comprised part of Pulaski Road. This route once continued west as Nassau CR 12.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Pulaski Road)

LOCATION: Greenlawn to East Northport
NOTES: CR 11A was the 1960's-era designation for Pulaski Road between CR 86 (Greenlawn-Broadway) and CR 10 (Elwood Road).

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Pulaski Road)

LOCATION: Huntington Station to Greenlawn
NOTES: CR 11B was the 1960's-era designation for Pulaski Road between NY 110 (New York Avenue) and CR 86 (Greenlawn-Broadway).

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Pulaski Road)

LOCATION: Cold Spring Harbor to Huntington Station
NOTES: CR 11C was the 1960's-era designation for Pulaski Road between NY 108 (Harbor Road) and NY 110 (New York Avenue).

Oak Street, Hoffman Avenue

LOCATION: Amityville to Babylon
STATUS:
Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: In the 1960's, this route carried the CR 50B designation.

Fifth Avenue, Crooked Hill Road

LOCATION: Bay Shore to Commack
STATUS: Two-to four lane road (signed)
NOTES: For the first one-half mile in Bay Shore, from NY 27A to just north of the LIRR tracks, CR 13-Fifth Avenue serves two lanes of northbound-only traffic. Southbound traffic in this area uses CR 13A-Clinton Avenue.

Clinton Avenue

LOCATION: Bay Shore
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed), southbound only
NOTES: Only one-half mile long, CR 13A carries two lanes of southbound traffic from Fifth Avenue into downtown Bay Shore. One of only three remaining Suffolk County routes with suffixes, CR 13A once extended along Fifth Avenue between Suffolk Avenue (CR 100) in Brentwood and Montauk Highway (NY 27A) in Bay Shore. Clinton Avenue, the current CR 13A, was originally designated CR 53. The current arrangement dates back to 1973.

Indian Head Road

LOCATION: Commack to Kings Park
STATUS: Four-lane undivided road (signed)
NOTES: In 1964, CR 14 once extended north of NY 25A in Kings Park along Church Street and Kohr Road, ending at Sunken Meadow Road.

Maple Avenue

LOCATION: Smithtown
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by the Town of Smithtown.

Terry Road, Smithtown Boulevard, Lake Shore Road, Portion Road, Horse Block Road

LOCATION: Smithtown to Brookhaven
STATUS: Two-lane road from Smithtown to Farmingville, four-lane undivided from Farmingville to Medford, two-lane road from Medford to Brookhaven (signed throughout entire length)
NOTES: Over the years, Portion Road was known informally as "Farm-to-Market Road." CR 16 once ended in Farmingville at the intersection of Portion and Horse Block Roads. East of this point, the Horse Block Road section was CR 56. The CR 56 designation was replaced by CR 16 along this section in 1973.

Carleton Avenue, Wheeler Road

LOCATION: Hauppauge to East Islip
STATUS: Two-to-four lane road (signed)
NOTES: South of the Long Island Expressway, CR 17 once split to the right (instead of to the left) along Joshua's Path and Islip Avenue toward Islip, while NY 111 went along Carleton Avenue to East Islip. The two routes switched paths in 1972.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Islip Avenue)

LOCATION: Islip
NOTES: When CR 17 was routed along Islip Avenue (prior to 1972), the CR 17 designation applied north of CR 50. The CR 17A designation applied south of CR 50.

Broadway Avenue

LOCATION: Sayville to Holbrook
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by the Town of Islip.

West Avenue, Waverly Avenue, Patchogue-Holbrook Road

LOCATION: Patchogue to Lake Ronkonkoma
STATUS: Two-to-four lane, divided and undivided (signed)
NOTES: The West Avenue and Waverly Avenue portions of CR 19 were widened to four lanes in the 1960's. In the early 1970's, Patchogue-Holbrook Road was realigned (along a new route in some sections) and widened from Holtsville to Lake Ronkonkoma. Prior to the realignment, CR 19 went along Old Patchogue-Holbrook Road (now Main Street) in Holbrook.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Waverly Avenue)

LOCATION: Holtsville to Farmingville
NOTES: This segment of Waverly Avenue was a spur of CR 19 before 1972. In 1995, the former CR 19A became the unsigned CR 61.

North Country Road

LOCATION: Port Jefferson to Sound Beach
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by the Town of Brookhaven.

Yaphank Avenue, Main Street, Middle Island-Yaphank Road, Rocky Point Road

LOCATION: Yaphank to Rocky Point
STATUS: Two lane road (signed)
NOTES: At its southern end, CR 21 formerly ended at Montauk Highway (NY 27A-CR 80). Construction of the Sunrise Highway (NY 27) in the early 1960's severed Yaphank Avenue, and CR 21 now ends at CR 16-Horse Block Road. Further north, a dangerous, curvy stretch between downtown Yaphank and NY 25 was to have been bypassed by CR 8, a four-lane divided highway that was never constructed.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Horse Block Road)

LOCATION: Yaphank to Brookhaven
NOTES: In the 1960's, the CR 21A designation applied to the section of Horse Block Road that crosses NY 27 (Sunrise Highway). At that time, the rest of Horse Block Road was designated CR 56.

Manor Lane

LOCATION: Jamesport
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by the Town of Riverhead.

Church Lane

LOCATION: Aquebogue to Northville
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by the Town of Riverhead.

Longwood Road

LOCATION: Yaphank
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: New designation, according to 1998 Hagstrom Suffolk County Atlas. This route is maintained by the Town of Brookhaven.

Wading River Road

LOCATION: Center Moriches to Wading River
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by the towns of Riverhead and Brookhaven. South of NY 25A, Wading River Road was designated CR 66 in the 1960's.

SUFFOLK COUNTY ROADS:

Suffolk County route shields by Ralph Herman. Primary information provided by Hagstrom Suffolk County Atlas, as well as by the Suffolk County Planning Department.

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