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Rochester, New York - 'The Gateway to the Northeast, Heaven's Outpost'
The population of the city itself (210,565) was the third largest in the state — after New York City and Buffalo — at the time of the 2010 census. Rochester is at the center of a larger metropolitan area that encompasses and extends beyond Monroe County, and comprises Genesee County, Livingston County, Ontario County, Orleans County and Wayne County. This area, which is part of the Western New York region, had a population of 1,082,284 as of the 2012 census.
Rochester was one of America's first "boomtowns." It rose to prominence initially as the site of many flour mills along the Genesee River, and then as a major hub of manufacturing. Rochester has become an international center of higher education, as well as medical and technological development.
Major Roadways in Rochester
Three Interstate Highways run through the City of Rochester:
Interstate 390 (Genesee Expressway) - I-390 runs south-north, crossing I-90 and routing north through Rochester's western suburbs. Its northern end is at I-490, however it continues north as NY-390 until it merges into the Lake Ontario State Parkway.
Interstate 490 (Western/Eastern Expressway) - I-490 runs west-east through Rochester, starting at Le Roy, New York and ending in Victor, New York. It interchanges with the two other Interstates in Rochester: I-390 at the western city limit and I-590 at the eastern limit, as well as connecting at both ends with the Thruway, I-90 (exits 47 and 45).
Interstate 590 - I-590 runs south-north through Rochester's eastern suburbs. Its southern end is at I-390, while the northern end is at I-490; the highway continues north to the shore of Lake Ontario as NY-590.
Other Transportation in Rochester
Rochester is served by the Greater Rochester International Airport (GRIA). Local bus service in Rochester and its county suburbs is provided by the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) via its Regional Transit Service (RTS) subsidiary. RTS also provides suburban service outside the immediate Rochester area and runs smaller transportation systems in outlying counties, such as WATS (Wayne Area Transportation System).
Major Hospitals and Medical Centers in Rochester
If you are searching for someone who was injured in an accident in Rochester, there is a good chance they were taken to one of the following locations for medical treatment.
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Where to find legal assistance after a Rochester injury accident
After a serious crash, it is crucial to get help from a New York injury attorney who understands the local regulations and legal standards, who knows how insurance policies work, and who can handle all aspects of an insurance claim so the injured person can focus on recovery. If someone is injured or killed in a collision, a New York accident lawyer will launch a claim that will begin the process of financial recovery for the family members left behind.