ALBANY, N.Y. -- New York state will provide $151 million in funding to renew roadways impacted by extreme weather, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The funding comes from the PAVE NY Initiative, and is in addition to the $743 million in state aid for road and bridge projects across New York.
"New York continues to make nation-leading investments in the renewal and modernization of the State's roads, bridges, transit systems and airports," Cuomo said. "These investments are laying the foundation to ensure sustained growth throughout the 21st century in tourism, business and workforce development, and economic opportunities."
Approximately $10.7 million in projects to renew 72 lane miles of the following roads in Oneida, Herkimer, Fulton, Montgomery, Schoharie and Otsego counties:
• $1.3 million to renew Route 309 from the Gloversville City Line to Route 112 in Fulton County
• $1.7 million to renew Route 161 from Route 30A to Route 30 in Montgomery County
• $1.1 million to renew Route 51 from the Hamlet of Cedarville to 1.5 miles South of Remington Road in Herkimer County
• $1 million to renew Route 233 from Route 412 to Access Road in Oneida County
• $2.8 million to renew Route 7 from County Road 39 to the Schoharie County line in Otsego County
• $1.9 million to renew Route 7 from the Otsego County line to Hite Road in Schoharie County
• $899,000 to renew Route 10A from Route 29 to Route 10 in Fulton County.
The projects will begin in the spring and will be completed during the winter of 2020.