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vdeane:

--- Quote from: spmkam on June 15, 2013, 01:14:50 AM ---Exit 21 Southbound 95 also include Midland Avenue for Rye and Port Chester because you can access it along with I-287

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I go by the main signage unless something's wrong (such as region 2's over-use of the word "to"); it's on the I-287 page but I'll add a note in the I-95 page.

empirestate:
I-490 Exit 19 is for Culver Road, not Avenue. :-)

I-95 and others: It's officially "Borough of The Bronx"—the article is part of the borough's name but not the county's.

For I-86, are we thinking it's officially designated to Exit 59, or is that just in anticipation? As of last weekend those signs were still covered, or at least intended to be.

Hmm, that Monroe County SIN marker looks rather familiar...  :hmmm:

Any plans for more exit lists? One road I've never seen a listing for is Robert Moses State Parkway.

Can't wait to see what else you add!

vdeane:

--- Quote from: empirestate on June 16, 2013, 12:15:14 AM ---I-490 Exit 19 is for Culver Road, not Avenue. :-)

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Guess I must have been stuck on "Monroe Avenue" when I typed out Culver.  Can't believe it hasn't been caught until now.


--- Quote ---I-95 and others: It's officially "Borough of The Bronx"—the article is part of the borough's name but not the county's.

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Interesting.


--- Quote ---For I-86, are we thinking it's officially designated to Exit 59, or is that just in anticipation? As of last weekend those signs were still covered, or at least intended to be.

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They were uncovered when I drove through in March.


--- Quote ---Hmm, that Monroe County SIN marker looks rather familiar...  :hmmm:

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Hope you don't mind ;) I'm gonna look into using the Wikipedia one anyways though; it matches the green of the NY and VT reference markers.


--- Quote ---Any plans for more exit lists? One road I've never seen a listing for is Robert Moses State Parkway.

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In the immediate future, the remainder of regions 2 and 3; after that, the remaining upstate interstates and regions 1, 5, and 9 (already have 4, 6, and 7 complete, not that 6 and 7 are much of an accomplishment).  If you look at the page source for the exit lists index I have as comments all the other planned ones, which I think covers all the freeways in the state (unless you count the short piece of Northway south of I-90, which I plan to add a note on I-87's and I-90's lists for the mall exit to treat it like a ramp).

empirestate:

--- Quote from: vdeane on June 16, 2013, 07:56:22 PM ---
--- Quote from: empirestate on June 16, 2013, 12:15:14 AM ---I-95 and others: It's officially "Borough of The Bronx"—the article is part of the borough's name but not the county's.

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Interesting.
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That's according to the borough historian, who is a neighbor in my building.


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--- Quote ---For I-86, are we thinking it's officially designated to Exit 59, or is that just in anticipation? As of last weekend those signs were still covered, or at least intended to be.

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They were uncovered when I drove through in March.
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The plot thickens...why would they have them uncovered, then covered? (Unless they were just late on their garbage bag order!)

vdeane:
I seem to recall something similar happening on the eastern Binghamton segment.  NYSDOT jumped the gun and put an I-86 shield on some signage on I-81, covered it up a few month later, and then applied to have the segment designated when they were tired of that.  That's how we got the segment east of Binghamton.

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