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United States 4 United States 4

Information
State Highway Designation: 4
Official Name: United States Route 4
Control Cities: East Greenbush, Rutland, Troy
Length: 128.48km (79.85 Miles)
Southern Terminus: United States 9, United States 20, East Greenbush
Vermont State Line: Whitehall
Maintenance: New York State Department of Transportation
Troy Department of Public Works

Overview
Route 4 is one of two United States Routes has its terminus in the Capital District. Begining its journey to Portsmouth, New Hampshire from East Greenbush, Route 4 hugs the Hudson River for most of its journey through New York.

Small villages and rural towns see the most of Route 4, the only exception being the City of Troy, where Route 4 is split into different one way streets in Downtown. North of Troy, Route 4 enters the small villages of Waterford, Mechanicville, Schuylerville, and Hudson Falls. After going through Whitehall, where the United States Navy was formed, Route 4 then enters the Green Mountain State of Vermont.

Related Links
Ends of United States 4, End U.S. Highway.
New York State Regional Gateway, GribbleNation.com.
New York State Department of Transportation


The Southern Terminus of Route 4 in East Greenbush.
Route 4 terminates at Routes 9 & 20.


Route 4 in North Greenbush, Rensselaer County.
Route 4 is mainly a two lane road in New York.


Route 4 is split into seperate one way streets through Downtown Troy.


Route 4 enters Saratoga County through Waterford.


Route 4 and Route 32 share the road though most of Saratoga County, as seen here in Mechanicville.

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