Local road repairs planned by state
Monday November 4, 2013 | By:Submitted to Journal |
NEW YORK — Sen. Patrick Gallivan, a member of the Senate’s transportation committee, announced that nearly $21 million had been designated in improvements for highway construction projects across southern Erie County.
The investment will be funded through the New York Works State Highway and Bridge Project Acceleration Program, which was approved as part of this year’s enacted state budget.
The state will invest $9.6 million toward removing and replacing 14 miles of Route 219’s road surface, stretching from Route 391 in the town of Boston to Route 39 in the town of Concord.
“Improving and enhancing infrastructure projects in Western New York have been a top priority of mine, in the senate,” Gallivan said. “Ensuring our roads and bridges are modern and safe will improve vehicular traffic and bolster existing economic development efforts in the region.”
In Region 5 of the New York State Department of Transportation, which encompasses Erie, Cattaraugus and Chautauqua counties, the project investment will be $45.96 million.
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