The New York State County Highway Superintendents’ annual gathering during the Cornell Highway School will be held on Tuesday, June 7 at the Campus Center of Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York.
The program will start with the Superintendents Business Meeting at 10:00am. The Continuing Education Consortium (CEC) will be running a one (1) PDH program, the same day, on Dangerous Rural Intersections by Bill Wright, PE, Ontario County, scheduled for Noon.
The program looks at how Ontario County modeled all of it's intersections to identify and rank intersections that are
experiencing accidents outside the range of expectation, and how to create a response plan.
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County and town highway superintendents, public works commissioners and highway industry professionals converged at the New York State Capitol and Legislative Office Building in Albany on March 9th for the “Local Roads Matter” advocacy campaign. The groups urged the governor and state lawmakers to make the maintenance and repair of local roads and bridges a top priority in the state budget.
Local roads are a crucial part of the state’s infrastructure. As much as half of all vehicle miles traveled in New York State are on local roads. The maintenance, repair and strategic replacement of existing transportation infrastructure are required for safety, mobility and for the state to remain economically competitive. Providing much-needed funds for local roads and bridges also sustains jobs -- both public and private -- in highway-related industries and professions.
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Jeffrey Griswold, President of the New York State Association of Town Superintendents of Highways, along with Micheal Boesel, Palmyra Highway Department Superintendent, submitted testimony on behalf of both NYSCHSA and NYSAOTSOH. They urged lawmakers to support a significant increase in CHIPS funding as well as parity in funding between the MTA and DOT.
Click Here to view the complete testimony.
Putnam to host Traveling Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall Sept. 24-27
Honoring the sacrifice of those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces is important to Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, the Putnam County Joint Veterans Council, in cooperation with Putnam County Government, will host the Traveling Wall at Putnam County Veterans Memorial Park from Thursday, Sept. 23 through Sunday, Sept. 27. The Traveling Wall is an 80 percent scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and is the largest of the traveling wall replicas. Read More>>>
Update on $40 Million Capital Allocation for Extreme Winter Recovery Funding
The NYSCHSA and NYSAOTSOH continues to partner with the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) regarding the implementation of the $40 million in funding for extreme winter recovery. ReadMore>>>
In 1909, a group of County Highway Superintendents met in Saratoga Springs, New York. Their intent: to form a close-knit organization that would support and inform its members and help them to do their jobs in a more efficient manner. Click here to read more.
The Continuing Education Consortium (CEC) was formed by the New York State County Highway Superintendents Association, Inc. (NYSCHSA) in the Spring of 2004 to provide accredited training and professional development programs to all industry professionals involved in the building and maintenance of New York's highways and bridges.