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$67M in funding for multi-use path enhancement projects


ALBANY, N.Y. -- Governor Cuomo announced that $67 million in funding for bicycle, pedestrian, and multi-use path transportation enhancement projects will encourage tourism and economic development opportunities across the state.

The projects include the addition of accessible sidewalks, construction of new bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and the preservation and conversion of abandoned railroad corridors for trail use.

The Capital Region will receive $5.7 million while the Mohawk Valley area receives $4 million for new enhancements.

Capital Region - $5.7 million

Black Bridge over the Catskill Creek

Village of Catskill



Delaware Avenue Hamlet Multi-Modal and Streetscape Enhancements

Town of Bethlehem



North Central Avenue Pedestrian Safety Project

City of Mechanicville



NYS Route 9 Complete Streets Improvement

Town of Lake George



Hamlet of Hillsdale Pedestrian Streetscape Enhancements

Town of Hillsdale



Mohawk Valley - $4 million

North & South Washington Street Project

Village of Herkimer



Grey to Green: East Dominick Streetscape Improvements

City of Rome



Erie Canalway Trail: South Amsterdam to Pattersonville "Closing the Gap"

NYS Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation



Cooperstown Downtown Streetscape and Pedestrian Improvements

Village of Cooperstown



Neahwa Park Entrance Improvements

City of Oneonta



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