What is the Uptown Canandaigua Corridor Study?
With funding provided by the Genesee Transportation Council (GTC), the Town of Canandaigua, New York is undertaking the Uptown Canandaigua Mixed Use and Transportation Corridor Feasibility Study. The intent of this study is to develop a multi-modal transportation plan coupled with an action-oriented economic development plan to enhance the Uptown Canandaigua Corridor. The ultimate goal is to implement a plan that will invigorate the area while also providing ease of access for pedestrians and bicyclists utilizing the corridor. By analyzing existing conditions and soliciting public feedback, this assessment identifies strengths and weaknesses related to market trends, business opportunities and the physical environment. Opportunities within the corridor will be identified to inform specific recommendations that will facilitate its transformation into a vibrant commercial corridor. Development alternatives will also be created through a collaborative process. If implemented, these alternatives have the potential to cultivate and sustain revitalization within the corridor and throughout the surrounding neighborhoods.
•Route 332 is central corridor
•Boundary extends from Campus Drive to North Street
The project team
"It takes a Village.."
Uptown Steering Committee
- Thomas Harvey, Ontario County Planning
- Gary Davis, TB/Complete Streets, CIC
- Lora Leon, NYS DOT
- Rick Brown, City of Canandaigua
- Oksana Fuller, Resident/ED/CIC
- Randy Farnsworth, Business Owner/ED
- Jamie Farr, Canandaigua School District
- John Hicks, Canandaigua Airport
- Jim Fletcher, TOC - Highway
- Jody Binnix, GTC
- Tom Schwartz, Planning Board Chair
- Darin Ramsey, GTC
The Town of Canandaigua