Rensselaer County

Rensselaer County At-A-Glance

Established: 1791
Population: 159,429 (2010 Census)
County Seat: Troy
Cities: Rensselaer, Troy
Villages: Castleton-on-Hudson, East Nassau, Hoosick Falls, Nassau, Schaghticoke, Valley Falls
Towns: Berlin, Brunswick, East Greenbush, Grafton, Hoosick, Nassau, North Greenbush, Petersburgh, Pittstown, Poestenkill, Sand Lake, Schaghticoke, Schodack, Stephentown
Bordering Counties: Albany, Columbia, Saratoga, Washington
NYSDOT Region Code: 14
Designated Market Area: Albany
Area Codes: 518

State Routes

Interstate United States New York

Reference Routes

Route Name Southern/Western
Length Notes
910V Brickyard Rd. Troy City Line 0.26 miles
(0.42 km)
Replaced by Rensselaer CR 116
912F Miller Rd. Reno Rd. 0.81 miles
(1.30 km)
Access to I-90 Exit 10
912M Berkshire Spur Albany County Line 5.64 miles
(9.08 km)
Total mileage
I-87 to I-90
6.59 miles
914A Moses Rd. (from NY 2 EB)
Main St. (from NY 2 WB)
0.26 mi EB
0.15 mi WB
0.41 miles
(0.66 km)
NY 2 to NY 22 connectors
914F 0.10 miles
(0.16 km)
US 20 to NY 66 north
915B Green Island Bridge Albany County Line 0.11 miles
(0.17 km)
Total mileage
Hudson Ave. to US 4
0.38 miles
915C Rensselaer CR 125
Stillwater Bridge Rd.
Saratoga County Line Canal Rd. 0.08 miles
(0.13 km)
Total mileage from US 4/NY 32
0.16 miles
915E 3rd Ave. 1.66 miles
(2.67 km)
Formerly then
915G Bennington Bypass Vermont State Line 1.19 miles
(1.92 km)

County Routes


Some information on this page comes from Nathan Perry's Empire State Roads.

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