Survey seeks residents’ feedback on future of Parkway in Orleans County

Staff Reports Posted 26 September 2017 at 8:06 pm

Orleans County residents are being asked for their opinions on the long-term future of the Lake Ontario State Parkway, a four-lane divided highway the westernmost 12.7 miles of which run through Carlton and Kendall.

Responses in summary form will be incorporated into a study being undertaken by the Orleans County Department of Planning and Development, in partnership with the Genesee Transportation Council regarding feasible future options for the Parkway.

Among the alternatives include reducing the number of lanes, adding recreational trails, or simply leaving the Parkway the way it is. A transportation consultant has been chosen to develop recommendations and present them to the project committee.

As a part of the study, similar surveys are being distributed to Orleans County businesses and other important stakeholders to find out what they think of the parkway and how it might be improved.

An electronic version of the survey is available by clicking here. Paper copies are also available at the Orleans County Department of Planning and Development office at:

Orleans County Administration Building 14016 Route 31 West, Albion, NY 14411

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