DOT announces repaving of Route 5 through Le Roy
The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) announced today that work on a project to resurface Route 5 from the west Le Roy Village line to the Livingston County line in the village and Town of Le Roy, Genesee County, is slated to begin on Monday, July 21, weather permitting.
The schedule calls for removal of pavement markings and site preparation along the five-mile corridor, the week of July 21. The paving work, which will consist of a micro-surfacing treatment, followed by replacement of permanent pavement markings, will begin the week of July 28. No changes will be made to the pavements markings. It is anticipated the project will take about three weeks.
In the area east of the village, traffic will be reduced to a single alternating travel pattern controlled by flaggers. In the village area, traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Street parking in the business district will be prohibited during the paving operations.
Motorists should expect delays and allow plenty of extra travel time to safely travel through the highway work zone.
Access to all residential and commercial driveways will be maintained throughout the duration of the project.
The general contractor for this project is Suit Kote of Cortland, Cortland County.
The recently repaved 98 north out of Batavia - and the road was not all that bad. Ditto with 5 not being too bad.
When are they going to look at our on and off ramps for the thruway. They rattle your teeth!