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Millions coming to Finger Lakes and Central New York for road improvements: What roads are on the list?

Governor Kathy Hochul has announced a significant $100 million investment for the renewal and resiliency enhancement of state roadways in New York. This funding, which is part of a broader infrastructure investment across the state, will support the repaving of nearly 568 lane miles at 66 locations. The move comes in response to the increasing need for road repairs due to extreme weather events.


Governor Hochul emphasized the importance of this investment in the face of record-breaking weather conditions that have left many state roads in dire need of repair. This funding aims to extend the lifespan of these roads and enhance their resilience against future extreme weather challenges. The Governor’s commitment is part of a larger strategy to maintain and modernize New York’s transportation infrastructure, making it safer and more efficient for local commerce and tourism.

The investment is part of the State Department of Transportation’s five-year capital plan, which amounts to $32.9 billion and includes federal funds from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. This plan is set to provide historic levels of funding for road and bridge repair and modernization. Specific projects in regions like Central New York, Finger Lakes, and the Southern Tier will benefit from this initiative, ensuring the restoration of hundreds of lane miles of highway affected by extreme weather conditions.

Here’s a look at specific projects across Central New York, the Finger Lakes, and Southern Tier.

Central New York Region ($2.6 million)

  • $700,500 to resurface Route 13 (North Peterboro Street) from Canal Street (CR 76) to Hall of Fame Drive in the Village of Canastota, Madison County.
  • $1.9 million to resurface Route 90 from Route 326 to Village of Cayuga line and from Village of Aurora South Village line to North Village line, in the Towns of Springport, Aurelius and Ledyard, Village of Aurora, Cayuga County.

Finger Lakes Region ($11.5 million)

  • $792,000 to resurface Route 33A from the bridge over Black Creek to Route 252 in the Town of Chili, Monroe County.
  • $1.9 Million to rehabilitate Route 21 from the Thruway to the Village of Palmyra, in the Towns of Manchester and Palmyra, Ontario and Wayne Counties.
  • $1.2 Million to preserve the pavement on I-390 from Exit 6 (Sonyea) to Exit 7 (Mount Morris), in the Town of Groveland, Livingston County.
  • $898,380 to Resurface Route 250 from the Village of Webster to Lake Road in the Town of Webster, Monroe County.
  • $750,000 to resurface Route 39 within the Village of Perry, Wyoming County.
  • $1.6 million to resurface Route 31A from Route 98 to Hulberton Road in the Towns of Albion, Barre, and Clarendon, Orleans County.
  • $2.2 million to resurface Route 33 from the City of Batavia to the Village of Corfu in the Towns of Batavia and Pembroke, Genesee County.
  • $2.2 million to resurface Route 14 from the former Village of Lyons to Route 104 in the Towns of Lyons and Sodus, Wayne County.

Southern Tier Region ($19.5 million)

  • $8.1 million to resurface Route 13/34/96 (Meadow and Fulton Street) from Elmira Road to North Ithaca City line, Buffalo Street from Taughannock Boulevard to Meadow Street, Seneca Street from Fulton Street to Meadow Street and Green Street from Fulton Street to Meadow Street in the City of Ithaca, Tompkins County.
  • $1.6 million to resurface Route 414 from Beaver Dams to the Village of Watkins Glen, Town of Catlin in Chemung County and Town of Dix and Village of Watkins Glen in Schuyler County.
  • $1.0 million to resurface Route 224 and Route 34 from the Schuyler County line to Tioga County line in the Town of Van Etten, Chemung County.
  • $400,000 to resurface Route 417 from Route 36 to Hardy Road in the Town of Jasper, Steuben County.
  • $2.6 million to resurface Route 28 from the Ulster County line to Arkville in the Town of Middletown, Delaware County.
  • $1.4 million to resurface Route 26 from the Village of Whitney Point to Overlook Drive in the Town of Triangle, Broome County.
  • $1.9 million to resurface Route 268 from Academy Street to Lang Road in the Town and Village of Hancock, Delaware County.
  • $1.0 million to resurface Route 206 from the bridge over Kelsey Creek to one-half mile east of Case Road in the Town of Bainbridge, Chenango County.
  • $295,000 to resurface Route 38B from Route 38 to the Broome County line in the Towns of Newark Valley and Owego, Tioga County.
  • $501,000 to resurface Route 26 from 0.4 miles south of Payne Road to the Maine Memorial School in the Towns of Union and Maine, Broome County.
  • $676,000 to resurface Route 30, from Route 17 to Route 206 in the Towns of Hancock and Colchester, Delaware County.