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United States 9 United States 9

State Highway Designation: 9
Official Name: United States Route 9
Control Cities: Albany, Plattsburgh, New York
Length: 522.94 km (325.01 Miles)
New Jersey State Line: George Washington Bridge, Manhattan
Northern Terminus: Interstate 87, Rouses Point
Maintenance: New York State Department of Transportation

US Route 9 is one of the Capital District's four United States Routes. Providing access to Albany from the eastern side of the Hudson River Valley, and then hugging the Adirondack Northway, Interstate 87, north of Albany, providing a lifeline for towns within the Adirondacks.

Route 9 travels though some of the areas best known tourist locations, such as Downtown Albany, Latham, Halfmoon, Clifton Park, Saratoga Springs, Glens Falls, and Lake George Village.

Route 9 also provides an alternate route for traffic that would normally travel on the Adirondack Northway, Interstate 87.

Related Links
Ends of United States 9 & 9W, End U.S. Highway.
Latham Circle, Empire State Roads.
New York State Regional Gateway,
New York State Department of Transportation.

A US Route 9 sign stands along this beautiful roadway in Saratoga Springs. This portion of Route 9 provides access to Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga Gaming and Raceway and The National Museum of Dance.

Route 9 make a brief trip through Downtown Albany, where it passes by Albany's famous Palace Theatre.

The Latham Circle in Latham, looking eastbound on Route 2. Route 9 intersects and passes under Route 2 at this major traffic trouble spot.

Route 9 in the Town of Malta in Saratoga County. Between Saratoga Springs and Latham, Route 9 is a four lane highway.

Routes 9, 29 and 50 in Downtown Saratoga Springs. Broadway in Saratoga Springs is a popular place to be during the famous Track Season.

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