YORKVILLE, NY (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) — The New York State Department of Transportation announced on Wednesday, November 8 that a major road in the Village of Yorkville will be reopening.
The reopening of Champlin Avenue comes after a seven-month construction project by the DOT, which stretched from Whitesboro Street to the intersection of Campbell Avenue and Caroline Street. The project included replacing gas and water services and the movement of utility poles to the other side of Champlin Avenue.
The project also widened the travel lanes, put in new pavement and sidewalks, and restriped the road.
According to the DOT, the road will be open by the end of the day on Wednesday, November 8. The DOT has also said there will be two small projects on Champlin Avenue — a traffic signal replacement at the intersection of Campbell Avenue and Caroline Street and a small stretch of sidewalk. However, those projects are scheduled to start in the spring of 2024.