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NYSDOT discusses Route 365 project plans with residents in Rome

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ROME, N.Y. – Representatives from the New York State Department of Transportation held an open information meeting Thursday to discuss an upcoming project on Route 365 in Rome.

The pavement and safety improvement project will impact Route 365 near James Street, as well as part of Route 26.

The proposed work includes building median U-turns to redirect traffic, removing the traffic signals and resurfacing the roads.

"Commuters along the major route, which is 365, will probably have in their long-term commute, less of an impact, because they'll no longer need to stop for a signal,” said Jonathan Tibbitts, Region 2 designer for NYSDOT.

At the meeting, residents were able to view large maps that showed the new traffic patterns, and ask any questions about the project plans.

The approved project construction cost is $5.5 million. Work may begin as early as the fall and is expected to be finished by the end of 2022.

See the project details in the document below:

NYSDOT discusses Route 365 project plans with residents in Rome

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