Governor Cuomo announced Thursday, $128 million in new State funding for renewing State roadways impacted by this year’s harsh winter weather.
According to the Governor’s office, approximately $15.8 million in projects to renew 113 lane miles of the following roads in Steuben, Schuyler, Chemung, Tompkins, Tioga, Broome, Chenango, and Delaware counties:
- $950,000 to resurface Rt. 366 from Route 13 to the Village of Freeville Line in Tompkins County.
- $650,000 to resurface Route 417 from the Interstate 99 Gang Mills exit to the Interstate 99 Erwin exit in Steuben County.
- $540,000 to resurface Route 417 from the Addison Village limit to just east of County Route 85 (Freeman Road) in Steuben County.
- $1.3 million to resurface Route 417 from the Tuscarora town line to east of County Route 102 in Steuben County.
- $850,000 to resurface Route 223 from Route 13 in the Village of Horseheads to east of Langdon Hill road in the Town of Erin, Chemung County.
- $1.5 million to resurface Route 79 from Route 414 to Route 227 (excluding the village of Burdett) in Schuyler County.
- $1.5 million to resurface US 11 from NY 12 to East Hill Road in the Town of Chenango, Broome County.
- $2.3 million to resurface Route 41 from County Road 17 in the Town of Afton to Route 235 in the Town of Coventry, Chenango County.
- $2.3 million to resurface Route 30 from Board of Water Supply No. 4 Road to Route 28 in Delaware County.
- $2.3 million to resurface Route 28 from the Hamlet of Meridale (Town of Meridith) to Route 357 in the Town of Franklin, Delaware County.
- $1.6 million to resurface Route 17C from ¾ mile east of Hiawatha Road to ¼ mile east of the Millennium Bridge in the Town of Owego, Tioga County.