Newburgh Turnpike

Western Terminus:
Cochecton Turnpike (PA 371) at the New York-Pennsylvania state line
Eastern Terminus:
NY 17B and NY 52 in Cochecton
5.42 miles

CR 114 is an extension of Cochecton Turnpike (PA 371) into New York. It begins at a bridge over the Delaware River between the states and runs east for about half a mile to NY 97. It is multiplexed with NY 97 for one block and then splits off. It runs for a few miles east to end at the eastern end of the NY 17B/NY 52 multiplex. The section of CR 114 between the river and NY 97 is known as Newburgh Turnpike, while the remainder has no name and is known solely by its number.

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