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Old 04-10-15, 09:26 AM
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NYS Routes 5 & 9 Maps Link

Anyone have a good link to order NYS Routes 5 & 9 maps? The NY Dot page doesn't seem to work and the phone # to order, no one picks up. Tried the general info number and no response there either. Sent a couple of emails and still no response. Any assistance appreciated. Thanks

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Would these links be of any assistance? I understand they are not maps to order, but they can be printed out in some fashion. You probable already came across them in your own search, but I am throwing them out there just in case.
NY State Bike Route 9 - A bike ride in Fort Lee, New Jersey
Cycling Routes in the American Northeast: New York Bike Route 5
https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer...xKU8f0FQ&msa=0
New York Bike Trails | TrailLink
New York State Bike Route 9 (beginning to end) - Bikemap - Your bike routes online

Just a note-- I picked up a printed NYS bicycle map from my local bike shop a couple of years ago. I called them just now for you, but they do not have any more on hand. Perhaps if you contacted some shops they could send one to you if there are any still available.
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Ed, I rode with a friend from Columbus to Burlington, Vt. and spent a good deal of time on NY bike route 5. We did not have a map of the route but it was easy to simply follow the signs along the roadway. For the most part it was a good, direct travel route with 5' to 6' paved shoulders. I was very impressed with New York state cycling infrastructure.
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Thanks. The only problems is that from work I can't get access die to 3rd party cookies. I don't have system authority to change.
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