Lake Road Phase II Rehabilitation Project
The Lake Road Phase II Improvement Project has completely transformed the transportation and infrastructure conditions within this affluent neighborhood in Monroe County. With an improved horizontal alignment and profile modifications, widened shoulders, a complete overhaul of the drainage system, replacement of a large culvert and removal of an abandoned railroad bridge, this project resulted in a critical improvement to safety along the corridor, and provides safe access for all users in this residential neighborhood.
This $8.6 million, 2.3-mile-long project included a 2R pavement rehabilitation and full depth shoulder widening for the entire project length. The primary goal of the project was to address the poor pavement conditions and widen the shoulders on this narrow road to improve safety and provide better access to pedestrians and bicyclists.
The project won a 2022 APWA – Genesee Valley Branch Project of the Year award in the Transportation category.