Fall roadwork is kicking into high gear in Buffalo.
Paving has begun on Warren Spahn Way in Cazenovia Park, part of a $300,000 infrastructure improvement project.
Milling is beginning on the Pearl Street Two-Way Conversion project, a $2.5 million project. City of Buffalo officials hope this project will improve pedestrian and vehicular access throughout downtown.
The Pearl Street conversion project began last summer. It’s part of the “complete streets” initiative to make the roadway more pedestrian and bicyclist friendly.