Route 9A set for $20 million upgrade to address flooding and pothole issues

The stretch of road serves as a crucial artery for commuters, with approximately 40,000 drivers navigating it daily.

News 12 Staff

May 9, 2024, 10:44 AM

Updated 16 days ago

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Route 9A, a vital thoroughfare connecting Briarcliff Manor to Peekskill Parkway, is slated for a significant $20 million upgrade aimed at addressing longstanding issues of flooding and potholes.
The stretch of road serves as a crucial artery for commuters, with approximately 40,000 drivers navigating it daily. However, persistent flooding and pothole concerns have plagued the roadway, posing safety hazards and causing inconvenience for motorists.
The ambitious project will commence with Phase One, focusing on the section between the Taconic State Parkway and Pleasantville Road. This initial phase aims to tackle the most pressing issues along this segment of Route 9A, laying the groundwork for subsequent improvements.
Local authorities hope that this comprehensive upgrade will not only enhance the driving experience for commuters, but also improve overall safety and efficiency along the route.


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