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    Informational Meeting Notice: Scajaquada Corridor (former 198 Expressway)

    October 25, 2017
    6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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    Delaware Park, Parkside Lodge
    84 Parkside Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14214

    Informational Meeting Notice: Scajaquada Corridor (former 198 Expressway)

    Wednesday, October 25, 2017 | 6-8PM
    Parkside Lodge | 84 Parkside Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14214

    The Parkside Community Association (PCA) will host a neighborhood informational meeting to discuss proposed NYSDOT ongoing project to transform the Scajaquada Expressway from an urban expressway to an urban boulevard. The PCA has been engaged in this conversation since its inception and our members continue to advocate for a design that is inclusive of our neighborhood and will improve the quality of life for all community members.  This informational meeting will include a presentation by the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, as well as a discussion about the impact of the project with members of the PCA’s Traffic Committee.

    Project Status:
    NYSDOT is finalizing their design and will be submitting to the Federal Highway Authority in October 2017 for approval by the end of the year. If approved the NYSDOT will be starting construction in the Summer of 2018 with the current proposed plan with completion in Fall of 2021.

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