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Road projects continue through year

TRI-COUNTY AREA—There are a number of road projects, both underway and planned, that highway workers will tackle from now until the end of the year.
In addition to the stimulus funds projects, the New York State Department of Transportation will also handle other projects in the area.
The DOT Web site lists a bridge replacement starting this year in Barrington, and expected to end by the winter of 2011-12. Replacing the the Route 54 bridge over Eggleston Creek is estimated at costing $1,200,000, funded by the federal and state governments.
One other project is sidewalk reconstruction in Montour Falls. The DOT Web site said Montour, along with Addison and Southport, got $207,073 for a total of 52 new or improved street crossings.
Yates, Schuyler and Steuben Counties are part of an emergency repair contract. Along with Allegany and Chemung Counties, the DOT will provide emergency highway repairs. The state’s Web site said this is expected to be completed in the fall of 2010, and is approximately $220,000 from the state.
Yates, Schuyler, and Steuben Counties are also part of a pavement markings project. The DOT said it started this summer, and is expected to be finished by winter of 2010-11. The project cost is approximately $700,000 from the federal and state governments. Pavement markings include lane and shoulder lines.
Two culverts on Route 54A in Pulteney are covered by a DOT project. The Web site said bids will be opened in the fall of 2010, and work is expected to be finished by this winter. The culverts will be repaired or replaced. The DOT said the two Pulteney sites share $1,500,000 from the state, with another two culverts in Allegany County for the project.
chuyler County is also part of a pavement markings project with other counties. The DOT said it started this summer, and is expected to be finished by winter of 2010-11. The project cost is approximately $700,000 from the federal and state governments. Pavement markings include lane and shoulder lines.
Schuyler, along with Steuben, Chemung and Allegany Counties, is included in work to repair guardrails at various locations. The state said the project started this summer, and should be completed by the fall. The cost is approximately $320,000 from the state.
The stimulus project in Schuyler County still underway, is replacing the Route 224 bridge over Catharine Creek in Montour Falls.
The two stimulus projects in Yates County that are still underway are resurfacing of Route 54A between Penn Yan and Branchport, and resurfacing part of Route 14A, south of Penn Yan.
 





 


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