Greigsville Transportation Study

Project Description



The Town of York and Livingston County – in conjunction with other local stakeholders and regional and state transportation officials – are progressing a plan to make the Hamlet of Greigsville safer and more accessible. The Hamlet of Greigsville Transportation Safety and Access Improvement Plan (the Plan) will identify projects and strategies that will reduce traffic speeds, provide opportunities for people to safely walk and bicycle, and enhance the economic development potential of the Hamlet. The area covered by the Plan is centered by the intersection of NYS Routes 63 and 36 and includes the York Central School District campus, a major focal point for the entire York community.


PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE: A public meeting will be held on November 14, 2017, on this project. Click HERE (PDF) for the meeting notice.
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A significant amount of truck traffic travels through the Hamlet, creating conflicts and potentially unsafe conditions for
residents, York Central School District students, and customers patronizing businesses. The current configuration of the roadways offers opportunities to improve safety through traffic calming, add infrastructure for bicyclists and pedestrians (including sidewalks), and create a “sense of place’’ that distinguishes Greigsville as an attractive and vibrant rural center. An important component of Greigsville’s history is the Little Italy site. Options to connect the Genesee Valley Greenway Trail with the Groveland Secondary Trail via this underutilized cultural resource will be considered.

A Steering Committee overseeing the Plan includes representatives from the Town, local property owners, York Central School District, Livingston County Planning Department, Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, Genesee Transportation Council, and New York State Department of Transportation.

The Plan is being funded with federal transportation planning funds provided through the Genesee Transportation Council’s Unified Planning Work Program.

Contact Info


For more information on the project, contact:

Project Consultant
Rich Perrin, T.Y. Lin International: Richard.Perrin@tylin.com

Livingston County Planning Department: (585) 243-7550
David Paoletta, Project Manager: dpaoletta@co.livingston.ny.us
Angela Ellis, Planning Director: aellis@co.livingston.ny.us

Town of York: (585) 243-3128, ext. 3
Jerry Deming, Town Supervisor: yorksupr@rochester.rr.com