WNY Awarded $42 Million For Roadwork: Here Are The Roads That Will Be Repaved [LIST]
Some big news for roadwork here in Western New York over the weekend.
According to WKBW, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced funding for new pavement projects in New York State, including $42.5 million for pavement projects in Western New York.
If you've lived in Buffalo or the surrounding region for a while, then you know there are plenty of roads that need repaving here but according to WKBW, these roads will be getting repaved with the new funding.
- The I-290 from the I-190 to the I-90 in Amherst and Tonawanda in Erie County -- $12.8 million.
- Millersport Highway to Campbell Blvd. to Transit Road in Erie County -- $2.1 million.
- The I-190 northbound from Buffalo Avenue to Witmer Road in Niagara Falls -- $5.6 million.
- I-86 from Exit 28 (Cuba) to Exit 29 (Friendship) in the Towns of Cuba and Friendship, Allegany County -- $3 million.
- Route 21 from the North Andover Village limit to Route 21/244 intersection in Alfred and Andover in Allegany County -- $1.4 million.
- Route 20 from the Pennsylvania state line to the Village of Westfield in Chautauqua County -- $1.8 million.
There are also new pavement plans for Genessee, Orleans, and Wyoming counties, which includes Alexander, Batavia, Holley, Clarendon, and Attica, among other towns.
Read the complete list of new pavement plans on WKBW.