The Preventive Maintenance Program for the summer of 2013 (formally known as 2012 Preventive Maintenance) consists of improvements to four city streets:
- Genesee Street from Brooks Avenue to West Main Street (1.25 miles)
- Northland Avenue from Ferncliffe Drive to Waring Road (0.93 miles)
- Buffalo Road from the City Line to Mt Read Boulevard (0.46 miles)
- North Plymouth Avenue from Inner Loop to Lyell Avenue (0.65 miles)
Location Map (pdf)
The scope of the work consists of milling and resurfacing four city streets, including repair of the existing pavement base, resurfacing of adjacent driveway aprons to meet the new street grades, adjustment of water valve and sewer castings, resetting or installing new granite curbs as needed, replacement of hazardous sidewalks, installation of truncated domes at the handicap ramps, installation of pavement markings and replacement of traffic loops. A bike lane will be added to Northland Avenue between N. Goodman Street and Waring Road, shared-use markings will be added to Genesee Street, along with marked on-street parking. The existing decorative crosswalks at the intersection of Genesee Street and Sawyer Street will be replaced, with a similar treatment.
This project was designed by Erdman Anthony with project management by the City of Rochester. Construction of the project is currently in the bid process. This project is partially funded by federal Transportation Improvement Program funds distributed through the regional transportation improvement program and administered by New York State Department of Transportation.
The project was designed in 2012, and will be constructed in the summer of 2013.
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If you have questions or just need more information, contact City project manager, Mr. Jason Nabewaniec, at (585) 428-8858 or email him.