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York receives $1.09M grant for transportation upgrades

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The Town of York has been awarded a $1,090,557 grant from New York State to improve transportation safety in the Hamlet of Greigsville. The funding comes from the Federal Highway Administration’s Transportation Alternatives Program, managed by the NYS Department of Transportation.

The grant will fund new sidewalks, mid-crossings, signage, and tree plantings near the intersection of State Routes 63 and 36, close to York Central School. This project follows the 2018 Hamlet of Greigsville Transportation Plan, which recommended these improvements.

“This grant is a significant investment in our community’s infrastructure and pedestrian safety,” said Livingston County Administrator Ian M. Coyle. York Town Supervisor Gerald Deming added, “With the heavy traffic at this intersection, these upgrades are crucial for the safety of our residents and students.”