William J. Larkin Jr.'s posts related to Highways

LEGISLATION ALLOWING TOWNS TO SET LOCAL SPEED LIMITS PASSES SENATE

Senator Bill Larkin (R-C, Cornwall-on-Hudson) announced that legislation he has cosponsored passed the New York State Senate today.  Senate bill, S.547, introduced by Senator Betty Little, would allow towns throughout New York State to set the maximum speed limit on roads within their jurisdiction.

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LARKIN LEGISLATION FOR GENERAL PETRAEUS PASSES SENATE

Bill Would Designate Route 218 For Local Son

Senator Bill Larkin (R-C, Cornwall-on-Hudson) announced today that the New York State Senate unanimously passed legislation, Senate bill S.1506, to designate Route 218 from Route 9-W to the United States Military Academy at West Point in honor of General David H. Petraeus.

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Senator Bill Larkin Speaks With a New York State Trooper About The Dangers of Distracted Driving at an Exhibit in Albany.

The car in the photo was involved in a serious accident caused by distracted driving and has been signed by students who have pledged not to text and drive.

NYSDOT Announces NY Works Paving For Hudson Valley Roads

Several State Roads to be Resurfaced This Summer

New York State Department of Transportation Commissioner Joan McDonald today announced that construction is under way on $32.8 million in work to resurface nearly 100 miles of State roads in Dutchess, Orange, Ulster and Westchester counties through Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s NY Works program.  

“Governor Cuomo’s NY Works program speeds up our bridge and highway reconstruction efforts and puts people back to work,” Commissioner McDonald said “The traveling public will see nearly twice as much highway work than just last year.  We ask motorists to be patient and drive carefully through construction zones.” 

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SENATOR BILL LARKIN ANNOUNCES $75 MILLION INCREASE IN CONSOLIDATED LOCAL STREET AND HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CHIPS)

Senator Bill Larkin (R,C,I, Cornwall-on-Hudson) announced today that the 2013-2014 New York State budget includes an increase of $75 million in funding to the Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS).  This funding will allow municipalities to repair and improve their local roads, bridges and highways.

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