I-81 Public Engagement

The New York State Department of Transportation is committed to ensuring that all stakeholders have an opportunity to learn about and understand the I-81 Viaduct Project. 

I-81 Viaduct Project Community Outreach Centers


Tucker Outreach Center Table View


Governor Kathy Hochul announced the opening of two community outreach centers to provide information and receive feedback about the transformative Interstate 81 Viaduct Project in the City of Syracuse.

As part of the New York State Department of Transportation’s continuing effort to work hand-in-hand with community stakeholders, the two centers are conveniently located in areas within the city that will be significantly impacted by the project and will offer the public the opportunity to meet and talk with project team members, as well as view renderings and other design materials related to the project. Information for job seekers looking to work on this historic project will also be available.

“Today marks an important milestone for the Interstate 81 Viaduct Project as we take our community engagement efforts to the heart of the City of Syracuse,” Governor Hochul said. “These outreach centers give us the opportunity to not only meet with the public face-to-face but also provide information for job seekers looking to work on this historic infrastructure project. We are proud to partner with the community on this effort, and I encourage residents to visit us at our outreach centers in the comfort of their own neighborhoods to make sure we can incorporate feedback from those who know their community best.”

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Land Use Q & A

The New York State Department of Transportation has a very thorough process for dealing with surplus land that is no longer needed for transportation purposes. As a part of the I-81 Viaduct Project there could be some available surplus land so the Department created a document to run through some of the frequently asked questions about the process. 

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