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Penn Yan benefits from construction

PENN YAN—The New York State Department of Transportation has been replacing traffic lights throughout the village of Penn Yan this month. Traffic and Safety Engineer Paul McAnany said three intersections are being worked on along Route 14A to install new traffic lights along key intersections on Liberty Street.
McAnany said the cost estimate for the intersections include $102,000 for Chapel Street, $105,000 for Court Street, and $128,000 for Maple Avenue. He said there is also an additional $80,000 cost due to the need to move power lines in order to properly erect the new traffic signals. While not yet operational, the new traffic poles also include pedestrian signals fixed onto the new poles as well.
McAnany said the work is being done at no cost to the village. He said the project is being conducted as part of a routine replacement schedule to be completed this summer. McAnanay said the reason the poles are being installed is because the signals get old and need to be replaced. He added the state tries to keep up with replacing the lights along state roads when they near the end of their expected life.

 


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