Albany, N.Y. - The State is kicking in more money to help fix up the pot hole pocked roads here in Central New York.
$16.4 million is on the way to repave 134 lane miles of roads that took a beating from the winter that hasn't seemed to end yet. The money is in addition to $300 already committed to repaving New York roads.
The new funding nearly $3 million to Onondaga County for projects in Jamesville, Jordan, and along East Lake Road in Skaneateles. Nearly one-quarter of all of the money is going to Oswego County for three projects there. While Madison County will be receiving $1.3 million for a project a project in Cazenovia.
$1.5 million resurface Route 31, from Stevens Road to Route 690; $850,000 to resurface Route 91 from North of Coleman HillRoad to Route 173; $616,000 to resurface Route 41 from Collard Road to Route 20.
$1.3 million to resurface Route 20 from the Madison County Line to Route 92 in Madison County.
$2.2 million to address pavement cracking on Route 11 from the Village of Pulaski north line to the Jefferson County Line; $1.2 million to resurface Route 3 from the Village of Mexico's north boundary line to Deer Creek; $1.1 million to resurface Route 3 from the East Fulton City Line to Route 264.
$2.8 million to address pavement cracking on Route 34 from the Tompkins County line to Venice Center in Cayuga County.
$2.7 million to address pavement cracking on Route 41 from Route 26 in Willet to the South Solon Town Line; $2.1 million to resurface Route 11 from Route 392 to Route 41.