Pavement Resurfacing Project Planned in Canandaigua, Farmington & Hopewell
The New York State Department of Transportation is preparing a capital project to mill and resurface pavement in Canandaigua, Farmington and Hopewell. This preventive maintenance project is designed to improve the riding surface and maintain a state of good repair.
The project involves the milling and resurfacing of the wearing surface from Route 332 between County Route 8 and I-90; Routes 5 and 20 between Sucker Brook Creek Bridge and Lake Shore Drive; and Route 96 between Route 332 and Glen Carlyn Drive. Construction for this project is currently expected to begin in the summer of 2015 and take one construction season to complete. Once a contractor is secured, a more detailed schedule will be shared.
Construction will be scheduled to minimize delays to the extent possible, but motorists should allow extra travel time in and around the project limits. At least one lane of traffic in each direction will remain open at all times. Some weekend work throughout the project is anticipated. Construction will be performed at night along Routes 5 and 20.
Construction work will cease during holiday weekends and work on Routes 5 and 20 will be limited during the concert season at Constellation Brands – Marvin Sands performing Arts Center (CMAC) in an effort to reduce traffic impacts.
For more information about this project contact the Project Design Engineer, Eric Thompson, at Eric.Thompson@dot.ny.gov or at (585) 272-3491.
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