Millions Of Dollars To Fix Capital Region Roads
The roads in the Capital Region have taken a beating this winter and spring. The efforts to fill-in potholes can only go so far. The Governor has announced that over $100 million dollars has been allotted to fix the roadways across the state and a significant amount to be used in our area.
According to News 10 ABC, over ninety miles of roads will be fixed in Saratoga, Schenectady, Rensselaer, Albany, Greene, Columbia, Washington and Warren counties. The Governor has allotted $11.4 million of the $100 million to repair the roadways in these counties.
The most money for roadwork is in Washington County where they will be given $2.2 million to resurface Route 22A between Route 18A and the Vermont State Line. Warren County will receive $1.9 million to fix Route 9N from Northwest Bay to Dock Road.
There are many projects in our area. To see the complete list of roads being fixed and the amount allotted click here.