New York 414


Southbound NY 414 reassurance marker in Corning.
(Douglas Kerr, 10/11/2009)


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Southern Terminus: NY 352, Corning
Northern Terminus: NY 104, Wolcott
Length: 83.20 miles (133.95 km)
Orientation: North-South
Counties: Steuben, Chemung, Schuyler, Seneca, Wayne
Cities: Corning
Villages: Watkins Glen, Lodi, Ovid, Seneca Falls, Clyde
Towns:

Corning, Hornby, Catlin, Dix, Hector, Lodi, Ovid, Varick, Fayette, Seneca Falls, Tyre, Junius, Galen, Rose, Huron
Name(s): Cedar St., Centerway, Franklin St., 4th St., Main St., Mound Rd., Ridge Rd.
History:







NY 414 was originally assigned in 1935 to replace the NY 44 designation which stretched from Lindley to Wolcott. NY 414 originally started off overlapping NY 13 from Lindley to Caton on present day Steuben CR 120 before turning north toward Corning via present day NY 225. The southern terminus would be moved to Caton within a few years and to its current location in Corning in 1949. NY 414 between Corning and Seneca Falls has not seen any significant alignment changes. North of Seneca Falls, NY 414 followed NY 89's current alignment to Wolcott while NY 89 followed present day NY 414. The southern end was truncated to Corning in 1949. NY 414 and NY 89 would swap alignments north of Seneca Falls in 1959.

Scan from the 1935 Sunoco Rand McNally New York state map showing NY 414 extended south to Lindley.

Scan from the 1940 Sinclair Rand McNally New York state map showing NY 414's southern extension from Corning to Caton.

Scan from the 1956 Texaco Rand McNally New York state map showing NY 414's alignment north of Seneca Falls.


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Mile Desc. NORTH (Read Down) SOUTH (Read Up)
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0.00 JCT
(ST)
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(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/26/2021)
0.63 JCT (ST)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 08/18/2019)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 08/18/2002)
0.80 JCT (Exit 46)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 08/18/2019)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/26/2021)
1.40 . .
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7.86 .

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 04/05/2014)
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12.25 .

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 04/05/2014)

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18.90 .
7% GRADE - NEXT 1 MILES
NO VEHICLES OVER 9 TONS
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20.27 . .

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 04/05/2014)
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20.46 JCT SOUTH

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 04/05/2014)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/26/2021)
. MP .
20.74 JCT

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 01/03/2004)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/26/2021)
. MP .
21.11 JCT NORTH / (ET)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 12/02/2001)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/26/2021)
22.24 . .

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/28/2021)
22.71 JCT (WT)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 12/02/2001)
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33.19 .
38.58 . .
38.97 JCT SOUTH
. MP .
39.46 . .
42.84 . .
. MP .
43.64 JCT SOUTH / NORTH

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 11/28/2003)

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43.76 . .
. MP .
. MP .
46.14 JCT NORTH

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 11/28/2003)
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52.49 JCT (ET)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 11/28/2003)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 11/28/2003)
59.48 JCT EAST EAST

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 11/28/2003)

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. MP .
. MP .
61.70 JCT WEST WEST
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(Douglas Kerr, 00/00/0000)
65.73 JCT
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(Mark Sinsabaugh, 07/30/2017)
66.07 JCT (Exit 41)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 07/01/2018)
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69.76 .
73.61 . .
74.39 JCT EAST

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 09/30/2018)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 09/30/2018)
. MP .
. MP .
74.41 JCT WEST

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 09/30/2018)

(Mark Sinsabaugh, 09/30/2018)
75.21 . .
83.20 JCT
(NT)
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The location of NY 414's southern terminus from the late 1930s through 1949 in the hamlet of Caton in southeastern Steuben County. NY 13's former southern extension was the intersecting road here.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 06/26/2021)


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New York State Roads (Valerie Deane)
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