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New York 690

New York 690 represents the continuation of the Interstate 690 freeway northwest from Interstate 90 to Van Buren and Baldwinsville.

New York 690 north
New York 690 subsumes Interstate 690 beyond the Exit 1 trumpet interchange with Interstate 90 (New York Thruway). Pictured here is the first northbound reassurance marker. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 690 primarily acts as a bypass route of Baldwinsville for travelers headed toward Fulton along New York 48. The freeway features three interchanges to Baldwinsville ahead. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Van Buren Road crosses paths with New York 690 between Van Buren and Baldwinsville. The local road provides connections to New York 48 (Maple Road) to the north and Connors Road to the west. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Northbound at the diamond interchange with Van Buren Road on New York 690. The Baldwinsville town center lies 2.4 miles to the north via Van Buren Road and New York 48. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 31 joins New York 690 briefly between Downer Street Road and Genesee Road (New York 370) ahead. The two exits serve Baldwinsville from the west. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Approaching the Downer Street Road diamond interchange with New York 31 on New York 690 north. New York 31 meanders ten miles southwest from the freeway to Jordan. The state highway travels throughout the Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse metropolitan areas in Upstate New York. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Drivers bound for Baldwinsville via Downer Street Road eastbound or New York 31 west toward Bangall and Ionia depart New York 690 northbound. Downer Street Road ends at junction New York 48 (Syracuse Street) in 1.3 miles. Photo taken 05/09/05.

This reassurance shield omits New York 31 eastbound and instead hints as a connection to it via New York 690 northbound. Photo taken 05/09/05.
The following reassurance assembly includes both New York 690 north and New York 31 east. The tandem cross the Seneca River ahead of their partition at junction New York 370 (Genesee Road). Photo taken 05/09/05.
One half mile south of the folded-diamond interchange with New York 370 (Genesee Road) on New York 31 east & New York 690 north. New York 370 enters the area via Meridian nine miles to the west. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Use the New York 31 eastbound off-ramp for Radisson and the Beaver Lake Nature Center. Radisson represents an area of north Baldwinsville; the nature center, an Onondaga County Park facility, lies west of New York 690 and north of New York 370 along Mud Lake Road. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Hencie Boulevard (New York 631) meets New York 690 at junction New York 48 two miles ahead. The intersection represents the northern terminus of the freeway and New York 690 designation. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 31 eastbound departs New York 690 to join New York 370 eastbound along Genesee Road into Baldwinsville. New York 31 heads east from Baldwinsville via Belgium Road to Clay and the northern Syracuse suburbs. New York 370 meanwhile sinks southeast along Cold Springs Road to Liverpool and Onondaga Lake. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Freeway ends warning sign posted on New York 690 after the interchange with Genesee Road. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Northbound mileage sign listing the distances to Fulton (via New York 48) and Oswego (via New York 48 or New York 481). Oswego lies along the southern shores of Lake Ontario. Photo taken 05/09/05.
The New York 690 freeway ends at a traffic signal with New York 48 and 631 (Hencie Boulevard) northwest of Baldwinsville. Photo taken 05/09/05.
The forthcoming intersection with New York 48 & 631 (Hencie Boulevard) represents the western terminus of New York 631 and north end of New York 690. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 48 & 631 briefly share pavement along Hencie Boulevard east from New York 690 and Church Road. New York 631 constitutes a northern bypass route of Baldwinsville between New York 48 and New York 31 at Lysander New Community. New York 48 dives southward along Oswego Road into the heart of Baldwinsville. Photo taken 05/09/05.
End New York 690 shield posted ahead of the traffic light with Hencie Boulevard east and Church Road west. Church Road ventures westward to Hortontown, Mud Lake Road, and Plainville Road near Baird Corners. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 48 overtakes the New York 690 alignment northward via Oswego Road to Wrights Corner and Fulton. New York 48 ends 21.7 miles northward at junction New York 104 in downtown Oswego. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 690 south
New York 690 begins as a freeway from the intersection of New York 48 (Oswego Road) with New York 631 (Hencie Boulevard) and Church Road. New York 48 heads southeast via Oswego Road into Baldwinsville as New York 690 bypasses the town to the west. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Both Interstate 690 and New York 690 comprise the Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway. A proclamation sign is posted both at the southbound beginning of New York 690 and the westbound beginning of Interstate 690 at East Syracuse. Photo taken 05/09/05.
A pair of interchanges serve Baldwinsville from the east. These exits also act as the ends of the New York 690 overlap with New York 31, a lengthy east-west route between Buffalo and Vernon Center. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Nearing the folded-diamond interchange with New York 31 east & New York 370 (Genesee Road). The tandem travel west along Genesee Street from New York 48 (Syracuse Street) in central Baldwinsville to New York 690. New York 370 continues west along Genesee Road 22 miles to junction New York 104A near Wolcott. Photo taken 05/09/05.
The forthcoming exit serves the Radisson part of Baldwinsville east of New York 48 along Oneida Street. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Motorists bound for New York 31 & 370 east to Baldwinsville and New York 370 west to Meridian depart New York 690 southbound. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 31 west & 690 south share mileage between Genesee Road and Downer Street Road across the Seneca River. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 31 quickly departs New York 690 southbound via the Downer Street Road diamond interchange. Downer Street Road stems west from New York 48 (Syracuse Street) to New York 690 and Dead Creek Road. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Southbound at the New York 690 split with New York 31 (Downer Street Road). New York 31 turns southwest en route to Jordan and Weedsport. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Ten miles separate New York 690 from downtown Syracuse near the split with New York 31. The Exit 39 interchange of the New York Thruway (Interstate 90) lies three miles ahead. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Next in line for southbound travelers is the Van Buren Road diamond interchange. Van Buren Road travels south from New York 48 (Maple Road) to Village Boulevard, New York 690, and Connors Road nearby. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 690 southbound at the Van Buren Road off-ramp. Van Buren Road ends 4.5 miles southward at Airport and Armstrong Roads north of Fairmount. Photo taken 05/09/05.
One mile northwest of the Exit 1 trumpet interchange with the New York Thruway (Interstate 90). Interstate 90 enters the area from Weedsport to the west and Liverpool to the east. Photo taken 05/09/05.
This upcoming exits sign highlights the first three interchanges of the Interstate 690 portion of freeway. Photo taken 05/09/05.
New York 690 southbound at the ramp departure to Interstate 90. Interstate 90 follows the New York Thruway mainline from the Pennsylvania state line east to Buffalo en route to Syracuse and Albany. The toll road bypasses the Rochester metropolitan area to the south. Photo taken 05/09/05.
Junction Interstate 690 shield assembly posted after the Exit 1 trumpet interchange with the Exit 39 access road to Interstate 90. Photo taken 05/09/05.
The southbound end sign for New York 690 coincides with the Exit 1 on-ramp from Interstate 90. Interstate 690 continues the freeway east to Solvay, downtown Syracuse, and East Syracuse. Jones Road intersects Interstate 690 between New York 48 (State Fair Boulevard) and Van Buren Road nearby. Photo taken 05/09/05.

Page Updated April 2, 2006.