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For Immediate Release: 7/06/17

Contact: Office of Media Relations and Communications | (518) 471-5300

THRUWAY AUTHORITY ANNOUNCES $9.9 MILLION PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT ON I-90 IN ONONDAGA COUNTY

Project Includes Drainage and Safety Upgrades to Corridor That Serves More Than 35,000 Motorists a Day

The New York State Thruway Authority today announced a pavement improvement project on I-90 in both directions in Onondaga County between exit 35 (Syracuse – Rte. 298) and exit 39 (Syracuse – I-690) which will continue through October 2018.

The $9.9 million project includes resurfacing of more than 20 lane miles between exit 35 (Syracuse – Rte. 298) and exit 37 (Electronics Pkwy.) along with safety upgrades, new guiderails, and more reflective pavement markings to enhance safety. The project also includes pavement repairs between exit 37 (Electronics Pkwy.) and exit 39 (Syracuse – I-690).

Work is being performed by Kubricky Construction Corp. from Wilton, NY. Lane closures will vary depending on daily traffic counts to ease impact and delays on the traveling public. Motorists are encouraged to visit the Thruway Authority’s website for the latest scheduled lane closures.

The Thruway Authority appreciates motorists’ patience during this scheduled work and asks drivers to slow down, be alert and use caution while traveling through work zones.

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