Last week, Gov. Cuomo announced that the state will undertake resurfacing projects costing $75 million on approximately 428 lane miles of state highways across the state year. These projects have been accelerated into the current construction season to repair widespread damage from deep frost over the winter.
Gov. Cuomo said:
“It’s important to keep the state’s highways in top shape, and after another harsh winter, we’re expediting critical repair projects to ensure the roads are safer for New Yorkers. This funding will speed up much-needed resurfacing and rebuilding efforts, which is good for motorists across the state.”