The town of Victor is leading an initiative to improve traffic congestion on a six-mile stretch of Route 96 that runs through both the town and village of Victor, Ontario County, as well as portions of Farmington, Ontario County, and Perinton.
An open meeting will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday in the Victor Town Hall, and all users of the corridor are encouraged to attend to voice concerns and solutions related to the heavy traffic flow.
The Route 96 Transformative Corridor Strategic Infrastructure Plan is being developed in partnership with the village of Victor, Ontario County, Genesee Transportation Council, New York state Department of Transportation and Victor Local Development Corp.
The goal of the plan is to identify practical and realistic solutions, and to pinpoint specific improvements that can be implemented following environmental review, which is expected to be completed by spring 2018.
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