County Route 36 (Suffolk County, New York)

County Route 36 (Suffolk County, New York)

County routes in Suffolk County, New York, are maintained by the Suffolk County Department of Public Works and signed with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices-standard yellow-on-blue pentagon route marker. The designations do not follow any fixed pattern. Routes 26 to 50 (including former suffixed routes of CR 50) are listed below.

Read more about County Route 36 (Suffolk County, New York):  County Route 26, County Route 27, County Route 27A, County Route 27B, County Route 28, County Route 29, County Route 30, County Route 31, County Route 32, County Route 32A, County Route 32B, County Route 33, County Route 33A, County Route 34, County Route 35, County Route 35A, County Route 35B, County Route 35C, County Route 36, County Route 37, County Route 38, County Route 38A, County Route 39, County Route 39A, County Route 39B, County Route 40, County Route 40A, County Route 41, County Route 42, County Route 43, County Route 44, County Route 45, County Route 46, County Route 46A, County Route 47, County Route 48, County Route 49, County Route 50, County Route 50A, County Route 50B, County Route 50C

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