State roads in the Hudson Valley will be getting $62.2 million in standing funds to pave and repair roads this summer and fall.
The projects cover Westchester and Putnam and will be completed this year.
Paving and repair work will take place on the following roads:
Twenty-three miles on Interstate 684 from Interstate 84 in Southeast, to Hardscrabble Road in North Salem ($55.2 million)
Fifteen miles on the Saw Mill River Parkway from Grant Street to Roaring Brook Road in Mount Pleasant and New Castle ($4.4 million)
3.2 miles of Route 120 from Marcourt Drive to Route 133 in New Castle ($900,000)
Five miles of Route 6 from Route 52 to Tilly Foster Road in Carmel ($1.7 million)
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