On Wednesday, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced her state would release $100 million to support repaving and improvements to state roadways impacted by the extreme weather.
Hochul said the state would fund repaving projects in 66 locations covering nearly 568 lane miles of pavement.
“From a devastating blizzard to historic flooding, we are living in a time of record-breaking weather events which have left many roads across New York State in need of repair and rejuvenation,” Hochul said. “This $100 million will lengthen the lifespan of dozens of roads across the State, making them more resilient in the face of future extreme weather conditions.”