More than $15 million in state funding will support road resurfacing projects across the 54th Senate District, Senator Helming announced on Friday.
“These infrastructure investments help to improve and maintain the quality and safety of our roads, and support business development and economic growth across the Finger Lakes, Central New York and Southern Tier regions,” said Senator Helming.
The announcement came along with an outline of what roads will receive funding across the region.
– $1.1 million to resurface Route 326 from Route 90 to the Auburn City Line, in the Towns of Aurelius, Fleming and Springport, Cayuga County.
– $2.5 million to resurface Route 38 from Route 370 (Victory) to Route 104A in the Towns of Sterling and Victory, Cayuga County.
– $1.0 million to resurface Route 38 from Route 31 (Port Byron) to Fuller Road in the Towns of Mentz and Conquest, Village of Port Byron, Cayuga County.
– $1.2 million to resurface Route 90 from Aurora North Village Line to North of Route 326, Towns of Springport and Ledyard, Village of Union Springs, Cayuga County.
– $1.4 million to resurface Route 96 from the Village of Phelps (West Limit) to the Village of Manchester (East Limit) in the Towns of Phelps and Manchester, Ontario County.
– $1.4 million to resurface Route 414 from the Schuyler County Line to Route 96A in the Town and Village of Lodi, Seneca County.
– $1.2 million to resurface Route 96A from Route 414 to Route 96 in the Towns and Villages of Lodi and Ovid, Seneca County.
– $1.2 million to resurface Route 96A from Route 96 in Ovid to South of Kennedy Road in the Town of Romulus and Village of Ovid, Seneca County.
– $1.9 million to resurface Route 89 from Route 141B to South of Ernsberger Road in the Towns of Covert, Ovid, Romulus and Varick, Seneca County.
– $974,000 to resurface Route 104A from the Wayne/Cayuga County Line to Route 104 in Wayne County.
– $306,000 to resurface Route 34 from South of Burdick Hill Road to south of Waterwagon Road, and Route 930F from Ithaca City line to Route 13 in the Towns of Ithaca, Lansing, Village of Lansing, Tompkins County.
– $1.8 million to resurface Route 34B from 1 mile west of Route 34 to the Cayuga County Line, Tompkins County.
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