BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – Beginning Monday, crews will be out in the City of Buffalo to repave several streets.
The work is expected to last four days, weather permitting, and is part of around $7 million invested into paving projects for 2014. Last week, 10 other streets were repaved.
The following streets will be repaved:
- Fillmore – Kensington to E. Delavan
- Cambridge – E. Ferry to E. Delavan
- Carl – E. Ferry to Northland
- Schauf – Northland to E. Delavan
- Brooklyn – E. Utica to Winslow
- Hauf – E. Utica to Glenwood
- Landon – Roeher to Humboldt
- Rawlings – Genesee to Doat
- Leonard – Kensington to Davidson
- Main – Kenmore to Winspear
- Sobieski – Broadway to Walden
Last week, 10 other streets were repaved. Since 2006, the city has invested $225 million in infrastructure improvements.
Carlton Street, between Michigan and Jefferson, was recently repaved. Ongoing major street redevelopment projects include Fillmore Avenue, Ohio Street and returning cars to Main Street.
Later this year, the city anticipates making improvements to Kenmore Avenue and Niagara Street.