Mid-Hudson to receive over $38 million to support transportation enhancements

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ALBANY – Federal funding will provide $38.8 million to the Hudson Valley to promote environmentally friendly modes of travel and make it easier and safer to walk, bike or hike.

Many of the projects awarded will benefit Environmental Justice Communities, helping to improve connectivity, air quality and bicycle and pedestrian access to the predominantly low- and moderate-income families living in those areas.

The Hudson Valley projects include:

  • $3 million to the Village of Briarcliff Manor to construct sidewalks, traffic calming measures, and pedestrian crossing along Pleasantville Road, North State Road and Delton Lane.
  • $3.6 million to the Town of Cortlandt to construct sidewalks, bike lanes and streetscape improvements along Westbrook Drive.
  • $2.8 million to the Town of Crawford to construct sidewalk, curbing, ramps and crosswalks to North Street.
  • $5 million to the Town of Greenburgh to construct sidewalk and pedestrian crossing enhancements and improvements to the East-West Hartsdale Avenue Corridor.
  • $785,400 to the Village of Hastings on Hudson to construct sidewalk, curbs, and a pedestrian bridge adjacent to Broadway (Route 9).
  • $1.1 million to the Town of Hyde Park to construct sidewalks and pedestrian lighting on Historic Main Street.
  • $4 million to the Village of Mamaroneck to construct sidewalk, curbs, traffic calming measures, pedestrian crossing along Halstead Avenue.
  • $958,300 to the City of New Rochelle to construct ADA-compliant sidewalk ramps, pedestrian signals, and push buttons at various locations.
  • $4 million to Ulster County to convert 2.5-mile Ulster and Delaware Railroad to a multi-use trail and pedestrian bridges from Highmount to Belleayre Beach DUA in the Town of Shandaken.
  • $1.8 million to the Village of Wesley Hills to construct ADA-compliant sidewalks on Willow Tree Road.
  • $5 million to the Village of East Fishkill to construct off-set roundabouts at Route 82/Route 376.
  • $5 million to the Mid-Hudson Region to construct a roundabout at Raymond Avenue, New Hackensack Road, and Hooker Avenue in the City of Poughkeepsie.
  • $1.8 million to the Town of East Fishkill for intersection and pedestrian improvements on Route 52 within the proximity of John Jay High School.