New York State Route 631 is
a state highway in Onondaga County,
New York. The southern terminus is at NY 370 in Baldwinsville.
The northern terminus is at NY 48
and NY 690
just north of
begins at NY 370 near the
eastern edge of Baldwinsville. The route heads northward through Lysander, paralleling the Baldwinsville village line to an
intersection with NY
The two routes briefly overlap for one-half mile
before separating at Lysander's Radisson
. Past NY 31, NY 631 heads northward as the four-lane
, then bears west onto the two-lane
West Entry Road
, acting as a bypass of northeast
Baldwinsville. Proceeding west, it crosses an industrial railroad siding
while turning slightly
south, then west again.
Just west of the siding, NY 631 intersects Sixty Road (CR 140) as
it becomes known as Hencle Boulevard
. NY 631 continues on,
crossing the CSX Transportation
ahead of an intersection with County Route 229 adjacent to Lysander
Park. West of CR 229, the route curves to the northwest and meets
Baldwinsville. NY 48 and NY 631 briefly overlap a junction with the
northern terminus of NY
, where NY 631 ends.
Maintenance of NY 631 varies along the route. From NY 370 to NY 31,
as well as on the portions that overlap other state routes,
maintenance on NY 631 is performed by the New York State Department of
Transportation. Between CR 140 and NY 48, the roadway is
maintained by Onondaga County as County Route 95.
31 to CR 140, maintenance is performed by the town of
Route 631 was commissioned in June 1999 to a series of pre-existing
roadways between Route 31 and Routes 48 and 690. In late 2001, it
was extended south to Route 370.