Work to Begin on Niagara Falls Boulevard Lighting to Improve Safety

Aug. 13, 2019

Six pedestrians have been killed in recent years along a 1.7-mile section of Niagara Falls Boulevard. (John Hickey/News file photo)
Six pedestrians have been killed in recent years along a 1.7-mile section of Niagara Falls Boulevard.

Work is scheduled to start Tuesday to light up a busy – and too often dangerous – stretch of Niagara Falls Boulevard with the aim of improving safety for pedestrians and drivers alike.

The Town of Amherst is embarking on a $2.2 million project on the east side of Niagara Falls Boulevard that includes installing 104 streetlights between the I-290 ramps and Creekside Drive, said Amherst Supervisor Brian J. Kulpa.

Work will continue into December.
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