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United States 9W United States 9W

State Highway Designation: 9W
Official Name: United States 9W
Control Cities: Albany, Kingston, Newburgh, Nyack
Length: 209.10 km (129.96 Miles)
New Jersey State Line: Piermont, Rockland County
Northern Terminus: United States 9, Clinton Avenue, Albany
Maintenance: New York State Department of Transportation

Route 9W is one of the Capital District's four United States Routes.
Providing access to Albany from the western side of the Hudson River Valley.

Route 9W's northern terminus is in Albany, at the intersection of Clinton Avenue and Lark Street,
ending Route 9W's journey from Fort Lee, New Jersey.
Passing through Catskill, Ravena and Selkirk before entering Albany, Route 9W is mostly a two lane roadway.

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

Lark Street in Albany. This portion of Route 9W travels though one of Albany's popular nightspots.

Route 9W, Delaware Avenue, though Albany.

The Normans Kill Bridge on Route 9W, just outside of Albany city limits.

1999-2006 Capital Highways
Created and maintained by Christopher Jordan.
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