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Guy Marlette Named to Thruway, DOT Study
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Guy Marlette Named to Thruway, DOT Study

PROJECT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Guy R. Marlette, Deputy Supervisor of the Town of Amherst, was recently appointed as Liaison to the Project Advisory Committee (PAC) for the Buffalo Corridor Study.  The New York State Thruway Authority and the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, have initiated a Corridor Study on the New York State Thruway near Buffalo in Erie County. 

As part of the public outreach for the Buffalo Corridor Study, a Project Advisory Committee (PAC) was formed.  The PAC is a resource group that provides input to the Project Team.  The members of the PAC include representatives from agencies, cities, towns, and counties.  The PAC will meet throughout the study. Marlette states: “I am honored to be a PAC participant and looking forward to providing input to this very important project.”

The Corridor Study is being conducted on I-90 between Interchanges 49 (Transit Road) and 53 (I-190) and on the Youngman Memorial Highway (I-290) between (I-90) and Interchange 7 (Main Street).  The purpose of this study is to develop a plan to address capacity, structural, safety, and operational needs for this section of the Interstate Highway System over the next 30 years.  “I feel my work as Liaison to the Amherst Traffic Safety Board” Marlette continued “will allow me be an asset.”

For further information contact Deputy Supervisor Guy Marlette at 716-631-7013

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