ALBANY, N.Y. - Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $40 million in state funding to help local governments make necessary repairs to highways and bridges.
A press release says local governments will be able to use the funding on capital projects to repair and improve infrastructure and to help with core construction programs.
“This past winter took its toll on New York’s infrastructure, but the state is stepping up to help municipalities make necessary repairs so that our roads and bridges are properly repaired and safe for drivers,” said Governor Cuomo. “These resources will go a long way toward helping local governments sturdy their infrastructure for future winters, making New York safer and more resilient for all.”
County breakdown: Clinton subtotal $464,794.70; Essex subtotal $387,194.89; Franklin subtotal $418,395.20. Here is a town-by-town breakdown. You can sort the table by city, county, and funding. Click here to see funding for the rest of New York.
The funding was part of the 2014-15 budget and is a one-time allocation to help with the already $438 million in existing state support for local transportation infrastructure.
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