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Upcoming road projects for Hampshire County communities

The following is a list of Hampshire County road projects in the federally funded state Transportation Improvement Program, a designation that means government money will pay for most of the work. This list includes a brief description of the project, estimated cost and start date.

Northampton

Park and ride construction at the VA Medical Center; $800,000, to start in FY13

Roundabout Route 5 at Conz Street; $1 million, to start in FY16

Damon Road safety improvement reconstruction of Route 9 to King Street (Routes 5 and 10); $3 million, no start date available

Northampton/Hadley: Interstate 91 exit 19 improvements; no cost estimate available, no start date available

Mount Tom Road (Route 5) improvements; $1.2 million, no start date available

Roundabout at Routes 5 and 10 at Hatfield Street; $1 million, no start date available

Route 5 improvements to Interstate 91 northbound on ramp to Holyoke Street; $21.6 million, no start date available

Route 10 resurfacing to Earle Street (0.3 miles); $150,000, no start date available

Amherst/Pelham

Pelham: Phase 1 Amherst Road reconstruction of road from the Amherst town line to 800 feet east of Enfield Road (1.7 miles); $2.5 million, to start in FY13

Pelham: Phase 2 Amherst Road reconstruction Phase; $2.6 million, to start in FY15

Amherst/Pelham: Resurfacing and related work on Route 9; $1.8 million, no start date available

Belchertown

Route 181 reconstruction and repavement; $11 million, to start in fiscal year 2014

North Washington Street reconstruction from the South Main Street intersection to North Liberty Street; $3.7 million, no start date available

Belchertown/Granby: Route 202 resurfacing; $4.5 million, no start date available

Chesterfield

Route 143 resurfacing from the Worthington town line to the Williamsburg town line; $6 million, no available start date

Cummington

Route 9 pavement preservation from Windsor town line to Goshen town line; $8.5 million, to start in FY15

Route 9 retaining wall repair; $2.5 million, no start date available

Easthampton

West Street/Glendale Street/Loudville Road/Pomeroy Meadow intersection improvements; $2.8 million, to start in fiscal year 2013

Easthampton/Holyoke: Route 5 resurfacing, Oxbow Bridge southbound to end of the state highway; $2.8 million, to start in FY15

Goshen

Route 9 reconstruction from the Route 112 intersection to the Williamsburg town line; $6.5 million, no start date available

West Street reclamation, resurfacing and related work from South Maple Street to Chesterfield town line; $2.5 million, no start date available

Hadley

Russell Street (Route 9) at Middle Street (Route 47) intersection and signal improvements; $3 million, to start in FY15

Russell Street (Route 9) reconstruction near Hampshire Mall; $4.4 million, no start date available

Route 9 reconstruction from Middle Street to Lowe’s; $6.9 million, no start date available

South Maple Street reconstruction south of Route 9 to Bay Road; $5 million, no start date available

Huntington

Route 112 resurfacing from mile marker 0.11 to mile marker 8.52; $3.9 million, to start in FY15

Plainfield

Main Street (Route 116) rehabilitation (1.9 miles); $1.7 million, to start in FY13

Southampton

East Street reconstruction from Route 10 intersection to Holyoke town line; $5 million, no start date available

Phase 2 Glendale Road reconstruction from the Pomerory Meadow Road intersection to Route 10; $1.9 million, no start date available

South Hadley

South Hadley/Granby: Route 116 resurfacing; $1 million, no start date available

Route 116 resurfacing; $1.6 million, no start date available

Westhampton

Route 66 resurfacing and related work (4.5 miles); $1.4 million, to start in FY16

Ware

Resurfacing and related work Route 9; $1 million, no start date available

Ware River Valley Greenway Trail and Covered Bridge Preservation Project; $1.4 million, no start date available

SOURCE: Pioneer Valley Transportation Improvement Program 2013-2016

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