|NY State Route 33 is an east-west road that connects downtown Buffalo to downtown Rochester|
|Route 33 starts in downtown Buffalo and heads east past the Buffalo-Niagara International Airport, eventually working its way through Batavia. East of Batavia, 33 crosses over the Thruway. South of Bergen, it forks with Route 33A at exit 2 on I-490. Now identified as Buffalo Road, it passes through Churchville and North Chili, intersecting with I-490 again and Route 386 in Gates. Entering Rochester, it forms a traffic circle with Mt. Read Boulevard, makes a couple sharp turns and becomes West Avenue. Merging with Chili Avenue (aka Route 33A), the two roads form West Main Street. Route 33 terminates at Broad Street (Route 31).|
Route 33 is most commonly known by its local names in the Rochester metro area: Buffalo Road and West Main Street. Business and neighborhood listings are shown on the listings for those streets.
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