Governor Kathy Hochul today announced $100 million in State funding has been released to support the renewal of State roadways impacted by extreme weather. The funding supports repaving projects at 64 locations, totaling almost 520 lane miles of pavement, and complements the record level of investment in infrastructure across New York State.
"We are making historic investments in transportation infrastructure to create safer roads and smooth, hassle-free commutes for all travelers," Governor Hochul said. "New York is home to extreme weather year-round, and this $100 million in funding will be vital to helping ensure that our road conditions are safe for our hardest-hit communities."
Through sustained investment in transportation infrastructure, New York State is enhancing quality of life for all New Yorkers, making State highways safer and more efficient while encouraging local commerce and tourism. The current Department of Transportation five-year capital plan provides historic funding for road and bridge repair and modernization, and this critical infrastructure funding will help restore hundreds of lane miles of highway impacted by extreme weather.
New York State Department of Transportation Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez said, "Weather in New York is getting more intense more often, necessitating the need for vital and timely maintenance of our infrastructure. Governor Hochul understands the critical need to keep our infrastructure in a state of good repair, and this funding will renew vital travel corridors across the state while restoring hundreds of miles of roads to help them better withstand Mother Nature's challenges."
A complete list of paving locations, which will begin this year, is available below.
Capital Region $759,000 to resurface Route 23 from the bridge over Schoharie Creek to Route 23A in the Town of Prattsville, Greene County. $448,800 to resurface Route 23A from 0.3 miles east of Route 23 to 0.2 miles west of Airport Road in the Town of Prattsville, Greene County. $2.1 million to resurface Route 22 from Route 346 to the bridge over Hoosick River in the Towns of Hoosick and Petersburgh, Rensselaer County. $1.9 million to resurface Route 67 from Route 9 to Mechanicville City Line in the Towns of Stillwater and Malta, Saratoga County. $828,000 to resurface Route 30 from Schoharie County Line to Easton Road in the Town of Duanesburg, Schenectady County. $1.9 million to resurface Route 40 from Route 149 to Route 22 in the Towns of Fort Ann, Granville and Hartford, Washington County. $3.6 million to resurface Route 20 and Old Route 20 (Route 980C) from their Route 22 intersections to the Massachusetts State Line in the Town of New Lebanon, Columbia County.
North Country Region $3.6 million to resurface Route 22 from Lake Shore Road to Fish and Game Road in the Towns of Westport and Essex, Essex County. $800,000 to resurface Route 9 from 0.3 mile south of South Junction Road to Sunset Drive in the Towns of Peru and Plattsburgh, Clinton County. $1.4 million to resurface Route 11B from Bangor (0.3 miles east of Route 13) to Route 30 Intersection in the Towns of Bangor and Malone and the Village of Malone, Franklin County. $1.1 million to resurface Route 11 from Pierrepont Manor (just south of Route 193) to Adams Village South Line in the Towns of Ellisburg and Lorraine, Jefferson County. $202,500 to resurface Route 26 from the Route 12 Intersection to north Lowville Village Line in the Village of Lowville, Lewis County. $1.3 million to resurface Route 26 from Denmark (near Wilson Road) to Jefferson County Line in the Town of Denmark, Lewis County. $386,610 to resurface Route 812 from Dutton Road to Croghan/Diana Town Line in the Town of Croghan, Lewis County. $352,000 to resurface Route 11B from 0.8 miles east of Route 49 to just east of Route 458 in the Town of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County. $1.1 million to resurface Route 345 from Potsdam West Village Line to 02 miles east of Route 35 in the Town of Potsdam, St. Lawrence County. $342,000 to resurface Route 411 from Route 180 intersection to 3/4 mile east of Route 13 in the Town of Orleans, Jefferson County.
Mohawk Valley Region $1.4 million to resurface Route 331 from the Montgomery County Line to Route 29 in the Town of Oppenheim, Fulton County. $1.4 million to resurface Route 5S from Steele Creek to the Mohawk Station (East Main St) in the Town of German Flatts and the Villages of Ilion and Mohawk, Herkimer County. $2.5 million to resurface Route 5S from the Montgomery - Otsego - Schoharie Solid Waste Authority Transfer Station to Fultonville in the Towns of Root and Glen and the Village of Fultonville, Montgomery County. $1.2 million to resurface Route 167 from 0.8 miles east of Route 46 to Route 168 in the Towns of German Flatts, Little Falls and Warren, Herkimer County. $1.5 million to resurface Route 20 from the Otsego County Line to Chestnut Street in the Town of Sharon and the Village of Sharon Springs, Schoharie County. $1.7 million to resurface Route 28 from Route 357 to Main Street in the Towns of Franklin and Oneonta, Delaware and Otsego Counties.
Central New York Region $2.3 million in additional funds to add resurfacing of Carrier Circle and Military Circle to the project resurfacing Route 635/Thompson Road from Route 290 to Route 298 and Route 298 from Route 598 to Carrier Circle in the Towns of DeWitt and Salina, Onondaga County. $3.4 million to resurface Route 31 from Cicero North Syracuse High School to South Bay Road in the Town of Cicero, Onondaga County. $5.3 million to replace pavement markings and audible roadway delineators on various state highways in Cayuga, Cortland, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca and Tompkins Counties.
Finger Lakes Region $2.5 million to resurface Route 383 from Village of Scottsville to Route 36, Route 36 from Route 383 to Monroe/Livingston County Line, Route 251 from Oatka Creek to the bridge over Genesee River, Route 940H from Route 251 to Monroe/Livingston County Line, and Route 253 from Route 383 to the bridge over Genesee River in the Town of Wheatland, Monroe County. $1.5 million to resurface Route 96 from the east Phelps Village Line to the Ontario/Seneca County Line in the Town of Phelps, Ontario County. $540,000 to resurface Routes 5 & 20 within the Village of Avon, Livingston County. $500,000 to resurface Route 31 from Village of Palmyra west village line to east village line and Route 21 from Route 31 to north Palmyra Village Line in the Village of Palmyra, Wayne County. $2.2 million to resurface Route 20A in the Village of Warsaw and Route 19 from the south Warsaw Village Line to the north Wyoming Village Line in the Towns of Warsaw and Middlebury, Wyoming County. $2 million to resurface Route 64 from Routes 5 & 20 to Taylor Road in the Towns of East Bloomfield and West Bloomfield, Ontario County. $2 million to resurface Route 20 from Route 77 to Route 98 in the Towns of Darien and Alexander and the Village of Alexander, Genesee County. $719,000 to resurface Route 31 from just east of Macedon Hamlet Line to just west of the Palmyra Village Line in the Town of Macedon, Wayne County. $575,000 to resurface Route 54A from Steuben County Line to 0.3 miles east of Route 32 intersection in the Town of Jerusalem, Yates County.
Western New York Region $1.5 million to resurface Route 270 from Erie County line to Route 31 in the Towns of Cambria, Pendleton and Lockport, Niagara County. $2.44 million to resurface Route 219 from 0.3 miles North of Irish Hill Road intersection to the 219 Expressway North bound ramp at Peters Road in the Towns of Ashford and Ellicottville, Cattaraugus County. $1.9 million to resurface Route 430 from Route 394 to Long Point Road in the Towns of Chautauqua and Ellery and the Village of Mayville, Chautauqua County. $650,000 to resurface Route 20 from Eden-Evans Center Road to Sturgeon Point Road in the Towns of Evans, Erie County. $2.2 million to resurface Route 5 (Buffalo Skyway) from Kane Street to the Buffalo Skyway Bridge in the Cities of Buffalo and Lackawanna, Erie County. $366,000 to resurface Route 18 from Off Ramps at Route 104 to On Ramps at Route 104 in the Town and Village of Lewiston, Niagara County. $841,000 to resurface Route 104 from Model City Road to Dickersonville Road in the Town of Lewiston, Niagara County. $1.1 million to resurface Route 18 from Hess Road to Route 148 in the Towns of Newfane and Somerset, Niagara County. $1.3 million to resurface Route 248A from the Pennsylvania state line to Route 248 in the Towns of Independence and Willing, Allegany County.
Southern Tier Region $500,000 to resurface Route 225 from South Corning Village Line to just west of the Route 44 intersection in the Village of South Corning, Steuben County. $550,000 to resurface Route 414 from Steuben/Chemung County Line to Kerrick Hollow Road in the Town of Hornby, Steuben County. $500,000 to resurface Route 409 from the Route 14 to Watkins Glen State Park upper entrance in the Village of Watkins Glen and Towns of Dix and Reading, Schuyler County. $850,000 to resurface Route 14 from West Broad Street to just south of Hickory Grove Road in the Village and Town of Horseheads, Chemung County. $500,000 to resurface Route 225 from Route 352 to 0.2 miles west of the Bennett Road intersection in the Hamlet of Golden Glow Heights and Town of Big Flats, Chemung County. $550,000 to resurface Route 367 from Route 427 to Pennsylvania State Line in Village of Wellsburg, Chemung County. $800,000 to resurface I-99 from Pennsylvania State Line to the bridge over Glendening Creek in the Town of Lindley, Steuben County. $1.5 million to resurface Route 12 from Theresa Boulevard to Oak Hill Road in the Town of Chenango, Broome County. $1.3 million to resurface Route 206 from Route 41 to just west of Cemetery Road in the Towns of Coventry and Bainbridge, Chenango County. $1.7 million to resurface Route 96 from Route 21 to Route 34 in the Towns of Candor and Spencer and the Village of Spencer, Tioga County. $1.5 million to resurface Route 97 from just south of Ferry Street to John Deck Road in the Towns of Fremont and Hancock, Delaware and Sullivan counties.
Mid-Hudson Region $5.2 million to resurface Route 35/202 from the Taconic State Parkway interchange to Route 118 in the Town of Yorktown, Westchester County. $3.6 million to resurface Route 52 from Route 311 to Fowler Avenue in the Towns of Carmel and Kent, Putnam County. $3.6 million to resurface Route 28 from Hurley Mountain Road to Waughkonk Road in the Towns of Ulster and Kingston, Ulster County. $1.2 million to resurface Route 97 from 0.5 miles north of Kirks Road intersection to Cochecton town Line in the Town of Tusten, Sullivan County.
Long Island Region $9 million to resurface Northern State Parkway from Meadowbrook State Parkway to Wantagh State Parkway in the Town of North Hempstead and the Village of Westbury, Nassau County.
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