JAMESTOWN – New York State will fund several local road repair projects this spring.
Officials say in total, $151 million dollars in funding will be allocated statewide part of the PAVE NY Initiative.
In Chautauqua County officials say $1.1 million will go to renew Route 39 from the county line to the Village of Gowanda line, $1.1 million will renew Route 60 from the Village of Cassadaga to Route 20 in Cattaraugus County, $2.5 million will renew Route 62 from Route 60 to Route 394.
In Cattaraugus County $965,000 will renew Interstate 86 from Exit 16 to Exit 17 westbound.
In Allegany County $1 million will renew Route 305 from south of County Route 5 to the Cattaraugus County line.
Officials say the sustained infrastructure investment will enhance the safety of state’s highways and reduce roadway roughness, making pavements more fuel efficient.
Motorists are urged to slow down and safely move over when approaching roadside vehicles displaying red, white, blue, amber or green lights, including maintenance and construction vehicles in work zones.
More round about the state removed the traffic circle the same thing because they were unsafe. Something about the stop signs while the round about a do not have stop signs. Now the idiots do not have to stop and can just run other cars over.
Road improvements sometimes take longer than we think they should, but sometimes that is simply due to all the complex steps involved in getting the project done.