New York State Route 17C

New York State Route 17C

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New York State Route 17C

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New York State Route 17C (NY 17C) is a state highway in the Southern Tier of New York. Its western terminus is at an intersection with NY 34 in Waverly, Tioga County while its eastern terminus is at an intersection with U.S. Route 11 in Binghamton, Broome County. The route runs concurrently with NY 96 for a block in Owego and for a few blocks with NY 26 in Endicott.

The stretch between Waverly and Owego is the former NY 17, as it was routed prior to the opening of the Southern Tier Expressway. The stretch from NY 96 to Binghamton is the original routing of NY 17C and serves as an alternate route between Owego and the Triple Cities.

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Tioga County

NY 17C officially runs east from the intersection with Route 34 at Chemung Street and Cayuta Avenue in the east side of Waverly, but there are street signs along Chemung Street that say "Route 17C" as far west as the Shepherd Hills Golf Course, near the Chemung County line. There is little, if any, evidence that New York state ever signed the highway that far west.

From Waverly, the route passes through the Ellistown area and runs parallel to and north of the Southern Tier Expressway. In fact, this part of the highway was Route 17 prior to the opening of the expressway in the 1970s.Where the expressway crosses the Susquehanna River just south of the Cannon Hole area, NY 17C stays...
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