Next year, the NYS Department of Transportation (DOT) will repave a section of Montauk Highway in Southampton.
“I am pleased that another vital portion of our state highway infrastructure on the East End will be revitalized. In the past few years, we have seen Route 27 from Southampton to Montauk repaved, as well as Route 24 between Flanders and Hampton Bays, and a portion of Route 114 in East Hampton,” State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. stated. “In addition, a new roundabout will be constructed by East Hampton Village at Toilsome Lane and Route 114 with special capital funds secured by Senator LaValle and me. Finally, the four towns (Brookhaven, East Hampton, Shelter Island, and Southampton) in the 1st Assembly District have been approved to equally share $500,000 in multi-modal funding to repair local roads across the 1st Assembly District.”
The approximately three mile segment is located between Knoll Road and Tuckahoe Lane.
“Before the Montauk Highway project begins, I ask that if business or community groups affected by the project have any concerns, they should contact the DOT or my office so that we can attempt to address them,” Assemblyman Thiele added.