2022-2025 Tribal Transportation Plan Open for Public Comment

Provided by the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe
2022-2025 Tribal Transportation Plan Open for Public Comment
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AKWESASNE — The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Planning and Infrastructure Department announced that a Control Schedule for the 2022-2025 Tribal Transportation Plan is now available for public comment. The Control Schedule identifies four (4) road projects that have been prioritized for the next four (4) years: Frogtown Road, Tarbell Road, Beaver Meadow Road, and Pump House Road. The projects entail reconstruction and other enhancements to improve road safety for local residents and the traveling public.

Approximately 2.1-miles of Frogtown Road will receive reconstruction; which will commence in 2023 or 2024, depending on funding, and includes a new subbase, culverts, pavement, markings, and improvements to drainage and signage. Reconstruction is scheduled to conclude in ​2024.

The 1.6-mile stretch of Tarbell Road will also be reconstructed in 2025.

Beaver Meadow Road’s 1.3-mile length will be reconstructed in 2025 ​or 2026, depending on funding; while the 0.4-mile Pump House Road is scheduled to be surveyed and submitted for design this year.

A copy of the 2022-2025 Tribal Transportation Plan is available to view at the Tribe’s Construction Building located at 2817 State Route 95 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The document is also available to view on the Tribe’s website at www.srmt-nsn.gov under “Publications” and on the Planning and Infrastructure Department’s webpage.

The deadline for submitting comments on the proposed 2022-2025 Tribal Transportation Plan is Friday, August 26th and can be provided in person or by mail to:

Brent Herne, Construction Manager
SRMT Planning & Infrastructure
2817 State Route 37
Bombay, New York 12914

For more information or questions, please contact Construction Manager Brent Herne by calling (518) 358-4205 or emailing brent.herne@srmt-nsn.gov.

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