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$21.1 billion plan to upgrade infrastructure across New York

Staff Writer |
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced $5.9 million to rehabilitate and replace 10 bridges and culverts across the Capital Region.

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The funding, provided through Round One of the Governor's BRIDGE NY initiative, is part of a $21.1 billion multi-year capital plan to upgrade critical roads, bridges, and other vital transportation infrastructure across New York State.

$19.7 million is set to rehabilitate and replace 23 bridges and culverts in the Finger Lakes, $16.5 million to rehabilitate and replace two bridges on Long Island, and $21.8 million in funding to rehabilitate and replace 17 bridges and culverts across the Mid-Hudson Region.

Governor also announced $35.3 million to rehabilitate and replace two bridges in New York City, $20.3 million in funding to rehabilitate and replace 15 bridges and culverts across Western New York, and $33.2 million in funding to rehabilitate and replace 23 bridges and culverts across the Southern Tier.

$17.3 million in funding goes to 14 bridges and culverts throughout the North Country, $13.3 million to rehabilitate and replace 10 bridges and culverts across the Mohawk Valley regio, and $16.76 million to rehabilitate and replace 16 bridges and culverts in Central New York.


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