Federal and State Funds Paired with Erie County, City of Buffalo
Construction Project includes Road Rehabilitation, Improved Visibility with Lowered Rail Track Grade
ERIE COUNTY, NY— Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz was joined by Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26), Erie County Legislator Peter Savage (3rd District), and Erie County Commissioner of Public Works John Loffredo to announce the next phase of construction set to begin on Kenmore Avenue. Construction on the project’s Phase III is set to begin on Monday, May 11, and will cover a 0.94-mile stretch of Kenmore Avenue between Main Street (next to the South Campus of the University at Buffalo) and Klauder Road. The project encompasses one of the most heavily-trafficked roads in the County’s inventory.
"I am very pleased that the multi-million dollar Kenmore Avenue reconstruction project is underway,” added Erie County Legislator Peter Savage (3rd District). “Since taking office, ensuring that this project was fully-funded and on schedule has been one of my top priorities, and I am proud to have worked with our partners at the County, City, State, and Federal levels of government to make this transformational project for Buffalo and Tonawanda a reality."