Hartsdale to get new sidewalks as part of $180M in transportation, climate funding in NY

State and local leaders gathered at the Hartsdale Fire department Thursday afternoon to announce nearly $180 million of funding for transportation and climate projects across New York.

News 12 Staff

Jun 24, 2022, 1:14 AM

Updated 705 days ago

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A safer walk is coming to some Greenburgh residents.
State and local leaders gathered at the Hartsdale Fire department Thursday afternoon to announce nearly $180 million of funding for transportation and climate projects across New York.
This includes sidewalks in Hartsdale on one of its busiest streets - West Hartsdale Avenue.
The sidewalks will run from the intersection with Central Park avenue to the intersection with Dobbs Ferry Road - something local residents see as great news.
This marks the biggest pedestrian initiative in the town's history.


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