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Livingston County announces extensive roadwork plans for 2024

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The Livingston County Highway Department announced plans for a busy construction season on May 15, 2024. Funded by a combination of local and state sources, the projects aim to enhance road infrastructure and ensure safe travel across the county.

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The $1,306,000 contribution from Livingston County, along with over $3 million from New York State programs, will support the roadwork. Funding includes $2.2 million from the Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS), $345,000 from the Extreme Winter Recovery Program, $563,000 from the PAVE-NY Initiative, and $376,000 from the Operation Pave Our Potholes program.

Key projects include over 17 miles of roadway reconstruction, 31 miles of chip sealing, and two Bridge NY projects. Superintendent of Highways Jason Wolfanger emphasized the commitment to maintaining safe and efficient roadways, urging motorists to exercise caution in work zones. Major efforts include the Starr Road Bridge in Leicester and improvements at the County’s Emergency Operations Center burn tower.

For more details, visit the Livingston County Highway Department’s website.