Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) today applauded the announcement of $75 million in paving projects spanning 428 miles of state highways across New York State. The level of repairs will be determined on a case-by-case basis and includes paving over rough areas of road, resurfacing stretches of highway, installing a new asphalt riding surface and repairing base concrete. Hawley was pleased to have the opportunity to announce this program to his constituents and commented on its particular usefulness in battling the effects of harsh Western New York winters.

            “I am pleased to inform my constituents that major road repairs and infrastructure upgrades will be taking place in my district,” Hawley said. “An accelerated paving program will be taking place on Route 98 from Route 31A in the Village of Albion to Route 104 in the Town of Gaines. Record cold temperatures the past two winters have wreaked havoc on our roads and these repairs will improve safety for drivers and motorcyclists, increase gas mileage and reduce the frequency drivers must make tire and suspension repairs on their vehicles. Infrastructure plays a vital role in a strong economy and I am proud to announce this funding for the businesses and families that use these roadways on a daily basis.”

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