Central New York Session on Transportation Planning

Mohawk-Erie Corridor Topic on Tuesday, Nov. 29

ALBANY, NY (11/25/2011)(readMedia)-- A public information session on transportation planning for the Central New York region will be held Tuesday, Nov. 29, from 5-7 p.m., at the H1 Building of SUNY Onondaga Community College, 4926 Onondaga Road, Syracuse.

The program is part of the Mohawk-Erie Multimodal Transportation Corridor Study co-sponsored by the New York State Department of Transportation and the New York State Thruway Authority, in cooperation with the New York State Canal Corporation.

The format is informal. Stop in any time between 5-7 p.m. Stay as long as you like. View the charts, pick up information, ask questions, share your comments and project ideas. For more information, see www.dot.ny.gov/mohawk-erie-study .

The study looks toward future transportation needs and priorities for the 400-mile Mohawk-Erie Corridor along I-90 that connects Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Albany.

Contacts: DOT, Bill Reynolds, (518) 457-6400; Thruway, R.W. Groneman (518) 436-2983.