WNY to Receive Aid for Infrastructure Projects

Written by on May 15, 2018

Press Release:

Albany, NY– State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer has announced today that a record level of state funding will continue to help local governments rehabilitate area highways, roads and bridges.

“Western New York will be getting its fair share of state transportation dollars again this year. With winter finally over, local highway crews will start to put these dollars to work by fixing our infrastructure. This state funding will help to provide safe and reliable transportation for motorists and their families,” said Ranzenhofer.

A total of $603 million in statewide funding will help municipalities with infrastructure improvement projects. The 2018-19 New York State Budget allocates $438 million for the Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement program (CHIPS), $100 million for the Pave NY program and $65 million for the Extreme Winter Recovery program.

The following is a breakdown of funding by municipality:

Erie County

Municipality 2018-19 Budget ($)
Akron 66,153
Amherst 829,272
Clarence 242,695
Newstead 109,464
Williamsville 118,901

Monroe County

Municipality  2018-19 Budget ($)
Chili 243,067
Churchville 13,149
Riga 63,440
Rochester 5,029,204

Genesee County

Municipality 2018-19 Budget ($)
City of Batavia 426,205
Town of Alabama 121,831
Town of Alexander 126,163
Town of Batavia 146,171
Town of Bergen 69,838
Town of Bethany 110,065
Town of Byron 136,777
Town of Darien 149,398
Town of Elba 108,980
Town of LeRoy 141,781
Town of Oakfield 71,370
Town of Pavilion 146,205
Town of Pembroke 135,045
Town of Stafford 134,751
Village of Alexander 12,491
Village of Bergen 27,404
Village of Corfu 18,936
Village of Elba 12,436
Village of Le Roy 105,209
Village of Oakfield 39,559
County of Genesee 2,295,315

 


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