Suffolk County Roads 026-050

New Suffolk Road, Main Street

LOCATION: Cutchogue to New Suffolk
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by the Town of Southold. In the early 1980's, CR 26 was the proposed designation for the NY 25A bypass in Rocky Point.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Middle Road)

LOCATION: Mattituck to Greenport
NOTES: Until December 1987, this was the designation for Middle Road, which runs from Mattituck to Greenport. To avoid duplication with NY 27, Middle Road was redesignated CR 48 in 1988.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Sound Avenue)

LOCATION: Mattituck
NOTES: This spur of the former CR 27 was a 1960's-era designation.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Wickham Avenue)

LOCATION: Mattituck
NOTES: This spur of the former CR 27 was a 1960's-era designation.

New Highway

LOCATION: Lindenhurst to East Farmingdale
STATUS: Two lane road (signed)
NOTES: The CR 28 was given to New Highway in the late 1980's. Previously, the CR 28 designation was given to West Neck Road on Shelter Island.

Smithtown Avenue, Ronkonkoma Avenue

LOCATION: Ronkonkoma to Lake Ronkonkoma
STATUS: Four-lane undivided road (unsigned)
NOTES: The route of CR 29 was widened from two to four lanes in the late 1980's. Between 1989 and 1995, CR 29 signs were posted on this route.

East Lake Drive

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

Old Riverhead Road, Oak Street, Potunk Lane, Jessup Lane

LOCATION: Riverhead to Westhampton Beach
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: This road serves Francis Gabreski-Westhampton Airport (formerly Suffolk County Air Force Base).

Ponquogue Avenue, Shinnecock Avenue, Foster Avenue, Ponquogue Bridge

LOCATION: Hampton Bays to Ponquogue Point
STATUS: Two lane road (signed)
NOTES: The new Ponquogue Bridge was built in the 1980's. Alongside the new bridge, the original bridge currently serves as a fishing pier.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Ponquogue Avenue)

LOCATION: Hampton Bays
NOTES: In the 1960's, the northern part of CR 32 was co-signed with CR 32A.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Foster Avenue, Ponquogue Bridge)

LOCATION: Hampton Bays to Ponquogue Point
NOTES: In the 1960's, the southern part of CR 32 was co-signed with CR 32B.

Cranberry Hole Road, Napeague Meadow Road

LOCATION: Amagansett to Napeague
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route, which is maintained by the Town of East Hampton, runs along the northern perimeter of the undeveloped Napeague State Park.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Abhrams Landing Road)

LOCATION: Amagansett
NOTES: This was the 1960's-era designation for the current CR 74.

Deer Park Avenue

LOCATION: Babylon to North Babylon
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: In the 1960's, the CR 34 designation was assigned to Greenlawn Road (the current CR 9 between CR 11-Pulaski Road and NY 25A). The CR 34 designation was reassigned to Deer Park Avenue through Babylon and North Babylon in 1970, when the NY 231 designation was given and the two-mile-long Babylon-Northport Expressway was completed.

Deer Park Road (West), Park Avenue, Mill Dam Road, West Shore Road

LOCATION: Dix Hills to Halesite
STATUS: Two-to four lane road (signed, except for West Shore Road)
NOTES: Before the late 1960's, the CR 35 designation extended all the way south to Babylon Village. There were also CR 35 "spur" routes splitting from Deer Park Avenue in Dix Hills. The west wye (Park Avenue) was CR 35A, while the east wye (Deer Park Road East, currently CR 66) was CR 35B.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Park Avenue, Mill Dam Road, West Shore Road)

LOCATION: Dix Hills to Halesite
NOTES: Until the late 1960's, when Deer Park Avenue was reassigned from CR 35 to NY 231, the section of CR 35 north of the Northern State Parkway was designated CR 35A.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Deer Park Road East)

LOCATION: Dix Hills to Elwood
NOTES: This spur of CR 35 became CR 66 in 1973.

South Country Road

LOCATION: Patchogue to Brookhaven
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: South Country Road was the original (pre-1932) routing of NY 27.

Manwaring Road

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

North Sea Road, Noyack Road

LOCATION: Southampton to Sag Harbor
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: As early as 1941, there was a proposal to extend CR 38 as "Sag Harbor-Promised Land Road." This proposal remained alive through the 1970's, when the proposed CR 38 extension to Amagansett ran parallel to the proposed Sunrise Highway (NY 27) extension. Both proposals were defeated.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Noyack-Long Beach Road)

LOCATION: Sag Harbor (at CR 38-Noyack Road) to North Haven (at NY 114)
NOTES: In the 1960's, Noyack-Long Beach Road) was a spur of CR 38. Today, this route is signed as CR 60.

North Road, County Road 39 (NY 27)

LOCATION: Shinnecock to Southampton
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: For about three-quarters of its length, CR 39 is multiplexed with NY 27. Future plans call for an expansion to five lanes, comprising four travel lanes with a center-turn lane, east of the Sunrise Highway terminus. This project would be overseen by the NYSDOT. (In the late 1970's, there was a proposal to extend CR 39 to Scuttle Hole Road in Bridgehampton.)

County Road 39 (NY 27)

LOCATION: Southampton
NOTES: CR 39A is the designation for the easternmost one-half mile of NY 27-CR 39 south of the LIRR tracks in Southampton. (The designation was used because of a 1970's plan to reroute CR 39 east along the LIRR.)

Canal Road, Old North Highway

LOCATION: Shinnecock
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: CR 39B serves Meschutt Park and Shinnecock County Marina. In the 1960's, this route was designated CR 61.

North Main Street, Three Mile Harbor Road

LOCATION: Easthampton to Fireplace
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Three Mile Harbor Road)

LOCATION: Easthampton to Fireplace
NOTES: In the 1960's, CR 40A was dually signed with CR 40.

Springs-Fireplace Road

LOCATION: Easthampton to Fireplace
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)

Shore Road

LOCATION: Shelter Island
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)

Northville Turnpike

LOCATION: Riverhead to Northville
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)

UNBUILT

NOTES: This was a proposed spur route from the mid-1970's to the early 1980's in North Haven, just north of Sag Harbor off NY 114. The right-of-way for this route has since been developed.

Springs-Amagansett Road, Old Stone Highway

LOCATION: Amagansett to Springs
STATUS: Two-lane road (unsigned)
NOTES: This route is maintained by the Town of East Hampton. In the 1960's, the CR 45 designation was assigned to Manhasset Road on Shelter Island.

William Floyd Parkway

LOCATION: Fire Island (Smith Point) to Shoreham
STATUS: Four-lane divided highway (signed)
NOTES: The initial section of William Floyd Parkway (then known as Suffolk Boulevard was constructed in the late 1940's from Mastic Beach to Montauk Highway (NY 27A-CR 80). The highway was extended north to Moriches-Middle Island Road, and south to Fire Island, in the 1950's. In 1966, the William Floyd Parkway was completed north to NY 25A.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(William Floyd Parkway Extension)

LOCATION: Shirley to Shoreham
NOTES: In the late 1950's and 1960's, when Suffolk Boulevard (the section of the William Floyd Parkway) was CR 46, the "extension," which was then under construction, was signed as a spur route: CR 46A. By the early 1970's, the "extension" was absorbed into CR 46.

Great Neck Road

LOCATION: Farmingdale to Copiague
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: In the 1960's, this road was signed as CR 99 south of NY 27 (Sunrise Highway). This route once continued northwest as Nassau CR 110.

Middle Road

LOCATION: Mattituck to Greenport
STATUS: Four-lane divided highway from Mattituck to Southold, two-lane road from Southold to Greenport (signed)
NOTES: Formerly CR 27, this road was re-designated CR 48 in 1988. (There was a proposal in the early 1970's to make Sound Avenue a four-lane highway because of a proposed LILCO dual nuclear facility at Jamesport. Because of its historic nature, the proposal to widen Sound Avenue was

Edgemere Street, Flamingo Road

LOCATION: Montauk
STATUS: Two-lane road (signed)
NOTES: Prior to 1973, part of Flamingo Road was designated as CR 95.

Simon Street, John Street, Union Boulevard

LOCATION: Babylon to East Islip
STATUS: Two-to-four lane road (signed)
NOTES: Until the late 1980's, CR 50 was four lanes throughout the entire route. The addition of a left-turn lane took out one through lane in each direction. (In the late 1970's, there was a proposal to extend CR 50 westward along Park Avenue to NY 109 in Babylon Village.)

UNBUILT

LOCATION: Oakdale to Sayville
NOTES: In 1964, there was a plan for a CR 50 extension (designated CR 50A) via NY 27A from Great River to Oakdale, then along a new right-of-way along the north side of the LIRR Montauk branch to the intersection of Montauk Highway and Macon Avenue in Sayville.

NO LONGER ASSIGNED
(Oak Street, Hoffman Avenue, Railroad Avenue)

LOCATION: Amityville to Babylon
NOTES: In the 1960's, CR 50B ran along the LIRR Babylon branch from Amityville to Babylon. The former CR 50B is now signed as CR 12.

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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