New York 9X


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Decommissioned: 1950
Southern Terminus: US 9 / NY 9A, Bronx
Northern Terminus: NY 1B, Bronx
Length: 1.83 miles (2.95 km)
Orientation: North-South
Counties: Bronx
Cities: New York
Villages: None
Towns: None
Name(s): Bailey Ave.
History:


NY 9X had two incarnations. The original NY 9X was located outside of Saratoga Springs along what is now NY 9P during the first half of the 1930s. In 1935, the designation was moved to The Bronx where it would remain through the 1940s.
Replaced By: NYCDPW Maintained

1935 Sunoco Rand McNally New York state map
showing NY 9X's alignment near Saratoga Springs
(1931-35).

1940 Sinclair Rand McNally New York state map
showing NY 9X's alignment in The Bronx
(1935-50).


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Mile Desc. NORTH (Read Down) SOUTH (Read Up)
. . .
0.00 JCT
(ST)
1.83 JCT
(NT)
. . .


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1970s era reference marker for NY 9X on the Cross Island Parkway in Queens, suggesting perhaps NY 9X may have had another alignment as late as the early 1970's.
(John Krakoff, 05/22/2009)
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