It looks like highways in Central New York are getting a much deserved makeover. Governor Cuomo has announced an additional 75 million dollars for paving projects to repair widespread damage from the winter time across CNY.

WKTV reports that the projects will take place on more than 420 miles of state highways. This is in addition to the 437 million in capital construction funds already dedicated to paving more than 23 hundred miles of state roads.

In central New York, Route 29 from Middleville to Route 170a in Burrell, and Route 170a from Route 170 to Route 29 in Burrell -- both in Herkimer County.

 

Other projects include: Route 91 from Route 80 to Route 20 in Fabius, Onondaga County, Route 91 from the Cortland County line to Route 80 in Fabius, Onondaga County, Route 183 from Route 69 in Amboy to Route 13 in Williamstown in Oswego County, Route 89 from , Routes 5/20 to the Wayne County line in Tyre, Seneca County, Route 41a from .5 miles south of the Hamlet of Mandana to Route 20 in the Town of Skaneateles, Onondaga County."

Looks like the bumpy roads may be going away for a while.