State announces $12.9 million to pave WNY roads

WESTERN NEW YORK - New York state will put $12.9 million toward paving area roads, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday.

The funding will help pave and repair nearly 170 miles of road across Western New York between now and this fall. Roads in Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara counties will all have work done.

"The roads we are paving this summer range from high-volume interstates to rural routes, but all are important connectors between and within communities, linking downtowns to business districts and supporting our agriculture and tourism industries," said Matthew Driscoll, New York State Department of Transportation commissioner.

Below are the area roads that will be paved and repaired:

•2.3 miles on Route 31 between Route 429 and Route 425 in the towns of Wheatfield and Pendleton, Niagara County ($170,000)

•6.2 miles on Route 93 between Ransomville Road and Route 104 in the towns of Porter and Cambria, Niagara County ($550,000)

•20.9 miles on Route 77 from Route 31 to the western Genesse county line in the towns of Lockport and Royalton, Niagara County ($1.9 million)

•0.7 miles on Walden Avenue (Route 952Q) between the Buffalo city line and Harlem Road (Route 240) in the town of Cheektowaga, Erie County ($138,000)

•2.9 miles on Route 20 between Sturgeon Point and Lakeview Road in the towns of Hamburg, Eden and Evans, Erie County ($288,000)

•2 miles on Route 240 between Cole Road and Route 277 in the town of Orchard Park, Erie County ($310,000)

•1.9 miles on Route 20 between Routes 240/277 and Angle Road in the town of Orchard Park, Erie County ($271,000)

•0.9 miles on U.S. Route 20A from west of Jewett Holmwood Road to Oakwood Avenue in the town of Aurora and village of East Aurora, Erie County ($86,000)

•0.9 Miles on Route 39 from Trevett Road east nearly one mile in the town of Concord, Erie County ($107,000)

•5.5 miles on Route 39 from Route 75 to Dupont Road in the town of Collins, Erie County ($580,000)

•5.2 miles on Walden Avenue (Route 952Q) from Townline Road to Route 33 in the town of Alden, Erie County ($470,000)

•5.9 miles on Interstate Route 86 between Exit 24 and Exit 26 in the towns of Allegany and Olean and city of Olean, Cattaraugus County ($860,000)

•6.3 miles on Route 394 between Route 242 and Old Route 17 in the town of Cold Spring, Cattaraugus County ($300,000)

•0.4 miles on Route 394 between Old Route 17 and Interstate Route 86 in the town of Cold Spring, Cattaraugus County ($100,000)

•0.7 miles on Route 394 between Church Street and Route 242 in the towns of Cold Spring, Randolph, Conewango, and Napoli, Cattaraugus County ($150,000)

•Various segments on Seneca Nation Roads on the Seneca Nation of Indians Allegany Territory ($200,000)

•0.2 miles on Schoolhouse Road (Route 953A) between Interstate Route 86 and Route 394 in the town of Randolph, Cattaraugus County ($63,000)

•17.6 miles on Route 62 from Route 241 to Route 322 in the towns of Conewango, Dayton and Leon, Cattaraugus County ($1.5 million)

•3 miles on U.S. Route 20 through the village limits in the village and town of Fredonia, Chautauqua County ($375,000)

•8.7 miles on U.S. Route 62 between Route 394 and Route 241 in the towns of Ellington, Conewango and Poland, Chautauqua County ($400,000)

•13.3 miles on Route 426 for the entire length between the southern Pennsylvania state line and the northern Pennsylvania state line in the towns of Mina and French Creek, Chautauqua ($525,000)

•13.9 miles on Route 430 from County Road 22 to the Jamestown city line in the town of Ellicott, Chautauqua County ($1.2 million)

•6.8 miles on Interstate 86 from the Cattaraugus county line to the Cuba Interchange, Allegany County ($300,000)

•7.1 miles on Route 19 through the town of Hume, Allegany County ($400,000)

•24.2 miles on I-86 from Exit 29 in Friendship to Exit 30 in Belvidere, Allegany County ($900,000)

•9.1 miles on Route 19 from the North Fillmore village line to the Wyoming county line in the town of Hume, Allegany County ($750,000)
 

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