Phase 2 of Binghamton’s Robinson St. Reconstruction Gets Started
Binghamton Mayor Richard David says the second phase of the multi-year Robinson Street Reconstruction Project is getting underway.
The $950,000 project includes new pavement, sidewalk, curbs and water and sewer infrastructure. The project is being spread over several years.
Work is being done this year on Robinson Street from Brandywine Avenue to Broad Avenue through September. Traffic changes, including lane closures, will be in place during the work.
Phase one involved $1.1 million of work on a half-mile stretch between Bigelow Street and Garden Avenue that included full pavement reconstruction, new storm sewer systems, curb and sidewalk repair and upgrades to the water and sanitary sewer lines.
G.DeVincentis and Son Construction of Binghamton is doing the work on the heavily-traveled thoroughfare.
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