New York 378


The first eastbound NY 378 reassurance marker in Loudonville.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 09/16/2005)


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Western Terminus: US 9, Loudonville
Eastern Terminus: US 4, Troy
Length: 3.34 miles (5.38 km)
Orientation: East-West
Counties: Albany, Rensselaer
Cities: Troy
Villages: Menands
Towns: Colonie
Name(s): Menands Rd., High St.
History:

NY 378's eastern terminus was originally at NY 377. It would be extended east to the current I-787 alignment in the late 1950s and to its current eastern terminus in 1970.


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Mile Desc. EAST (Read Down) WEST (Read Up)
. . .
0.00 JCT
(WT)
.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 09/24/2016)
0.93 . .
0.93 JCT (NT)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 09/16/2005)

(Douglas Kerr, 06/02/2007)
1.94 INT

(Douglas Kerr, 09/16/2004)

(Douglas Kerr, 11/30/2008)
2.53 INT (Exit 7)

(Douglas Kerr, 06/03/2007)

(Douglas Kerr, 09/15/2004)
2.87 .
.
(Douglas Kerr, 02/26/2005)
3.34 JCT
(ET)

(Douglas Kerr, 11/03/2002)
.
. . .


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Alps Roads (Steve Alpert)
Capital Highways: Troy-Menands Bridge (Chris Jordan)
New York State Roads (Valerie Deane)
Wikipedia: New York 378



Page Created: July 1, 2006 | Page Updated: February 8, 2017