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Pedestrian Safety Concerns Near the Museum

Corning, N.Y. (WETM-18)- As the Corning Museum of Glass gears up for a major expansion next year, plans are in the works to make it safer for people to get to the museum.
Corning, N.Y. (WETM-18)- As the Corning Museum of Glass gears up for a major expansion next year, plans are in the works to make it safer for people to get to the museum.

Our newspaper partner the Leader, reports that a pedestrian safety project is planned for East Pulteney Street near the Centerway intersection.

The area is between the Corning Museum of Glass and the Museum’s main parking lot and the majority of tourists who visit cross Pulteney Street there. Plans call for changes to driving lanes as well as new signage, raised medians and landscaping. Four hundred eighty thousand dollars in federal funds will be used to help pay for the improvements.

Corning Enterprises is covering the 120,000 dollar local share. The museum is opening a 64 million dollars expansion in March of next year.

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