City of Kingston
The project objective is to improve the pavement condition and pedestrian and bicyclist access and safety along Hurley Avenue from Washington Avenue to the City of Kingston boundary line with the town of Hurley. The project will install 16-ADA accessible curb ramps along sidewalks that travel over cross streets along Hurley Avenue. The City will determine the feasibility of installing bike lanes from Washington Ave. to the Thruway overpass. And from the Thruway overpass to the City line the shoulder will be widened to improve safety for bicyclists. Yellow center lines and fog lines will be striped to more clearly define the lanes of travel.
Funder(s) & Amounts
Federal Surface Transportation Flexible Funds- $734,000
NY State Marchiselli Funds - $85,000
City of Kingston Local Match- $466,000
Project Manager's Contact Information
Project Status (Updated September 2019)
The consulting firm Barton & Loguidice was hired in 2018 to complete the designs for this project. A Public Information Meeting was held at the Kingston Elks Lodge 550 located at 143 Hurley Avenue on Thursday, June 7th, 2018 at 6PM to discuss the scope of work associated with the planned improvements. Final designs and reports have been submitted to the New York Department of Transportation for review, and they were approved. The City advertised the project for bid in the fall of 2019, and Excavating of West Hurley was awarded the bid for construction on September 10, 2019. Construction is expected to begin on October 1, 2019 and will be completed by November 31, 2019.