Lewiston Streetscape is a 0.8 mile streetscape design through the commercial district of the quaint, historic Village of Lewiston. In an effort to redefine the tired, worn, and outdated streetscape, Village officials set out to enhance and revitalize its main business district.
Wendel developed the initial design concept with input from the community and prepared the original grant application. As part of the overall traffic calming measures, design features include new curbing, pre-cast paver sidewalks, high visibility crosswalks, pedestrian level street lighting, stone walls, picket fences, site furnishings, and an entirely new signage system. This project became the first ISTEA project in New York State.
AWARDS & RECOGNITION
This project was awarded the “2001 Project of the Year Award” in the Transportation Category from the Western New York Branch of the American Public Works Association.