A stretch of Route 245 in eastern Ontario County is among the projects
More than $100 million in state funding will be spent to repave roads damage during the winter across New York state.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the funding on Monday afternoon.
The new funding comes from the Harsh Winter Paving Initiative.
"These investments are critical to our transportation system and essential for community growth and regional economic competitiveness," Cuomo said. "By infusing more than $100 million in state funds to revitalize our roads, we are enhancing the quality of life for all New Yorkers while ensuring every traveler remains safe throughout the Empire State."
"It is critically important that when motorists use roadways across New York State that they that are safe and in optimal condition, stated Senator Joe Robach, chair of the Senate Committee on Transportation.
These projects in the Rochester area will be repaired through this funding:
• $1.1 million to resurface Route 89 from Canoga to Routes 5 and 20 in Seneca County.
• $1 million to resurface Route 31 in the Village of Albion in Orleans County.
• $1 million to resurface Route 36 from Route 31 to Route 531 in Monroe County.
• $430,000 to resurface Route 65 from Erie Canal to Route 31 in Monroe County.
• $957,000 to resurface Route 20 from Route 36 to Route 5 in Livingston County.
• $1.5 million to resurface Route 89 from Route 31 to Route 104 in Wayne County.
• $1.5 million to resurface Route 245 from Route 247 to Route 14A in Ontario County.
• $1 million to resurface Route 19 from Randall Road to Route 33 in Genesee County.
• $1 million to resurface Route 78 from Route 19 to Route 362 in Wyoming County.
• $763,000 to resurface Route 260 from Route 104 to Route 18 in Monroe County.
• $1.3 million to resurface Route 15 from Springwater to County Route 71 in Livingston County.
• $652,000 to resurface on Routes 414, 79 and 54 in Schuyler and Yates counties.