The most common and least common names for New York’s highway 99 and highway 12

New York State highway 99 is named for the former U.S. State Department, but its most common name is “Hwy.

12″ in honor of the State Department.

Its most common first name, as of December 2012, is Henry, which is a reference to former President William Henry Harrison, the last president to visit the city, according to the US DOT website.

Highway 12, the highway north of Manhattan, is named after the former New York City mayor who died in 1917, and is named as such for former President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who visited the city in 1937.

Highway 99 is also named after former President Theodore Roosevelt, and Highway 12 is named because Roosevelt once lived in New York.

The highway was opened to traffic on February 15, 1935, and remained open for nearly 70 years.

The name of the state’s other major highway, Highway 93, is derived from the original pronunciation of the word “road” in New England.

Highway 93 is named in honor a man named Thomas Henry, a native of Connecticut who served as U.s. representative to the U.N. in New Haven, Connecticut from 1907 to 1921.

Another name for the highway is the New York, New Jersey, Highway.

Other names for the state include New York Road, New York Avenue, the New Jersey River, and the New Orleans Avenue Bridge.

New York state also has the most miles of freeways in the country, with 6,937 miles of miles.

Highway 11, also named in memory of a New York trucker, runs from Albany, New Yorks, to Long Island, New Orleans.

Other New York cities named after New York residents include Westchester, Rockland, and New York Heights.

Other notable names for highways in New Jersey include Atlantic City, Jersey City, Atlantic City Park, and Jersey City Junction.

The state also shares a border with New York and New Jersey.

The two states share a common language, and both state agencies are known as the New Brunswick and New Brunswick State Governments.

The largest city in New Brunswick is Monmouth County.

The second largest is Cumberland County.

Most of the towns in New Brunswic are small, but there are more than 1,400 towns in the state.

The city of Montclair, New Brunswick, is home to the state capital.

The most populous towns in this state are Monmouth, Cumberland, Franklin, Camden, Franklin Township, and Montclair Township.

The towns of Westbury and Middletown are smaller.

Montclair County, a county north of Montvale, is one of the largest in the United States.

The other largest city is Camden, New Hampshire.

It is home the state Legislature, the state Department of Transportation, and several of the nation’s largest companies.

The smallest town in the New England state is New London, New England, with a population of about 1,200 people.

Other major cities in New Hampshire include Manchester, Manchester, Concord, Nashua, and Nashua City.

Other places in New Hampshires are Cape Elizabeth, Cape Elizabeth-Monmouth, and Cape Elizabeth.

In the New Hampshire cities of Manchester, New Haven and Manchester, there are some of the smallest populations.

There are also several towns in Manchester County, which includes the town of Manchester.

Most New Hampsheims are about 30 miles (48 kilometers) from the state border.

In some places, New Hampheys borders are so close that it is sometimes difficult to cross.

Some New Hampherys roads are narrower than in New Mexico or Arizona.

For example, New Milford, New New York is about 75 miles (120 kilometers) west of New Hampshire, but the road is only about 30 feet wide, and it has a width of about 60 feet (18 meters).