Tractor-Trailer Overturns on I-86:
A portion of I-86 was shut down Tuesday morning after a tractor-trailer containing sour cream rolled over. The incident happened at Exit 36, the I-390 ramp. All lanes of I-390 were shut down for several hours. The driver was said by officials to be okay. Further details are unavailable at this time.
More Parking/Traffic Restrictions During Wineglass Marathon:
The 37th Annual Wineglass Marathon is this Sunday, September 30th and some 26 miles of state, county, town, village, and city roads will be used for the race. As such, the public is strongly encouraged to use caution and plan ahead for race-day traffic. On Sunday, the marathon will start at 8:15 a.m. in Bath with 2,500 runners. The Half-Marathon will start at 7:45 a.m. in Campbell for 3,600 runners. Certain county and local roads will experience extended delays and include manual traffic control from local law enforcement agencies, including critical intersections, road closures, and parking restrictions in Bath, Campbell, Corning, Erwin, Painted-Post, and Savona. Spectators are also reminded to use good judgment when parking at designated areas along the course. Any parking or stopping on the shoulder and exit/shoulder ramps of Interstate 86 is prohibited by state law and will be strictly enforced by the New York State Police.
Drivers are urged to exercise extreme caution and avoid travel on the following critical intersections from 7:45am to 2pm on Sunday, September 30:
- State Route 54 and County Route 113/Mt. Washington Rd. in the Town of Bath (8–8:45am)
- State Route 226 and State Route 415/Main St. in the Village of Savona (8:45–11 am)
- State Route 415/Victory Highway between Meads Creek Rd. and Craig Park Rd. in the Town of Erwin and Village of Painted Post
- Interstate 86 - Exit 43 (Painted Post West Exit and on-ramp to I86 eastbound) will be closed from 8:15am–1:30pm for the safety of the runners. Drivers must use Exit 44 and Exit 42 for all interstate entrances and exits
- W. Pulteney St. and W. William St. in the City of Corning
Savona Detour: State Route 226 will be closed at the intersection with State Route 415, just north of the I-86 Exit 40 in Savona. No traffic will be allowed to turn onto SR 415 or to proceed north on SR 226. All traffic will be detoured back onto I-86 where it will proceed to the next exit. Vehicles intending to travel west on SR 415 will go to Exit 39, and then proceed to SR 415. Vehicles intending to travel east on SR 415 or north on SR 226 will go to Exit 41, and proceed to SR 415. This detour will be in effect from 8:30am through 11am.
- CR 125 will be closed to eastbound vehicular traffic from CR 333/Main St. in Campbell to State Route 415 in Savona from 7am–12pm.
The following roads will be closed for a portion of the event:
Town of Bath
- State Route 54 - all traffic will be stopped at 8:15am for a period of 5–10 minutes at the County Route 113 (Mt. Washington Road) intersection at the beginning of the race to allow all runners to enter the course and turn south on State Route 54 towards Village of Bath
- County Route 113/Mt. Washington Road at Spur Rd. - will be closed from 6am until approximately 9am
- Rumsey Street Extension - will be closed from May St. to County Route 113 from 6am until approximately 8:30am
- NEW for 2018 East Morris St./Rt. 415 from Roosevelt Ave. to the intersection of Rt. 11 will be Alternating one-way from 8:30 – 9:15 AM
Town of Campbell
- County Route 125 - all traffic will be stopped at 7am for a period of approximately one hour at 0.2 miles west of Campbell-Savona High School. Alternate route between Campbell and Savona will be Wood Bridge and Savona Campbell Back Rd.
- County Route 125/Tannery Rd. will be closed from the Campbell-Savona High School to County Route 333/Main St. (6–8am)
- County Route 125/SR415 will be closed to eastbound traffic to accommodate runners in the roadway from County Route 333/Main St. to Curtis Hollow Rd., Curtis Hollow Rd. from Tannery Rd. to Curtis-Coopers Rd. and Curtis-Coopers Rd. from Curtis Hollow Rd. to Victory Highway at Robert Dann Dr.
City of Corning
? Tioga Ave. (Cedar to Columbia) 4:45 am to 7:45 am
? Aurene Lane (Walnut to Tarantelli) 3:30 am to 5:00 pm
? Aurene Lane to Tioga Ave. 3:30 am to 5:00 pm
? Market St. (Wall to Bridge) 3:30 am to 5:00 pm
? Pine St. (Burmese to Market) 3:30 am to 5:00 pm
? Walnut Street (Aurene to Burmese) 3:30 am to 5:00 pm
? West William St. (Wallace to Bridge) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? West William St. (Pulteney to Dunbar) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Bridge St. & South Bridge Street (Pulteney to Wegmans south entrance) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Northbound Lane of Bridge St. (Denison to Wegmans south entrance) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Park Lane 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? East William St. (Ferris to Bridge) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Riverside Drive (Ferris to Bridge) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Reynolds Ave. (Wardell to Buffalo) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Buffalo St. (Reynolds Ave to Townsend) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Townsend Ave (Freeman St. to Onondaga) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Onondaga St. (Townsend to Cutler) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Cutler Ave (Onondaga to W Pulteney) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Dunbar St (W William to Hillvue Ave) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Hillvue Ave (Dunbar to Wallace) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Wallace St (Hillvue to W William) 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
? Chestnut St. (Aurene to Burmese) 3:30 am to 5:00 pm
? Centerway Parking Garage access is from Tioga Ave only. NO access from Walnut St. (that entrance & exit are closed)
TOWN OF ERWIN
- Eastbound lane on SR 415/Victory Highway closed from Robert Dann Drive to Meads Creek Rd. 7am–2pm. Westbound lane open for vehicle traffic.
- No exiting or entering SR415/Victory Highway from or to Robert Dann Drive from 7am–2pm
ROADS IN USE FOR MARATHON COURSE
The following roads will experience delays due to runner traffic for a portion of the event:
Town of Bath
- State Route 54 from County Route 113/Mt. Washington Rd. to the Village of Bath line
- State Route 415 from the Village of Bath line to the Village of Savona line
- County Route 125 from the Village of Savona line to the Town of Campbell line
Village of Bath
- State Route 54 (Geneva and the north end of Liberty Street) from Washington St. to the Village of Bath line
- W. Washington St. from Liberty St. to Hubbell St.
- Hubbell St. from W. Washington St. to W. Morris St.
- W. Morris St. from Hubbell St. to W. Steuben St.
- W. Steuben St. and E. Steuben St. (SR 415) to May St.
Village of Savona
- Main St. from Robie St. to Maple Ave.
Town of Campbell
- County Route 125/Main St. (Campbell) from Town of Bath line to County Route 333
- County Route 333 from Main St. (Campbell) to Tannery Rd.
- Tannery Rd. from County Route 333 to County Route 4/Curtis Hollow Rd.
- County Route 4/ Curtis Hollow Rd. from Tannery Rd. to Curtis Coopers Rd.
- Curtis Coopers Rd. from County Route 4/Curtis Hollow Rd. to Smith Hill Rd.
- Smith Hill Rd. from Curtis Coopers Rd. to Main St. (Coopers)
- Main St. (Coopers) from Smith Hill Rd. to Victory Highway/State Route 415
Town of Erwin
- State Route 415/Victory Highway from Main St. (Coopers) to Village of Painted Post line
Village of Painted Post
- Victory Highway from Village of Painted Post line to Craig Park Rd.
- Craig Park Rd. from Victory Highway to W. High St.
- W. High St. from Maple Ave. to W. Chemung St.
- W. Chemung St. from W. High St. to Charles St.
- Charles St. from W. Chemung St. to W. High St.
- Painted Post Bike Trail from Craig Park to the City of Corning line
City of Corning – NEW FOR 2018
- Western Lane from Bike Trail to Cutler Ave.
- Cutler Ave. from Western Lane to Stimson St.
- Stimson St. from Cutler Ave. to Reynolds Ave.
- Reynolds Ave. from Stimson St. to Buffalo St.
- Buffalo St. from Reynolds Ave. to Townsend Ave.
- Townsend Ave. from Buffalo St. to Freeman St.
- Freeman St. to Onondaga
- Onondage St. to Cutler
- Cutler Ave from Onondaga to W Pulteney
- W. Pulteney St. from Cutler Ave. to W. William St.
- W. William St. from W. Pulteney St. to Dunbar St
- Dunbar St. to Hillvue Ave
- Hillvue Ave at Dunbar to Wallace
- Wallace St from Hillvue Ave to W William
- W. William St. from Wallace St. to Bridge St.
- Bridge St. from W. William St. to W. Market St.
- Market St. from Bridge St. to Wall St.
The following areas will have restricted parking due to runner traffic for a portion of the event:
Village of Bath - NO PARKING ON:
(Effective 6am on Sunday, September 30)
- Both sides of Hubbell St. from W. Washington St. to W. Morris St.
- North side of W. Morris St. and W. Steuben St.
- Parking meters on both sides of W. Steuben St. between Howell St. and Pulteney Square West.
- Parking Meters on the North side of W. and E. Steuben Streets, from Exchange St. to Gansevoort St.
- Both sides of E. Steuben St. (State Route 415) from Gansevoort St. to the eastern Village Line
City of Corning - NO PARKING Sunday, September 30 from 8:00am – 3:30 pm ON:
- Buffalo Street (from Reynolds Avenue to Freeman Street in the Village of Riverside)
- Freeman Street (from Buffalo Street in the Village of Riverside to Townsend Avenue)
- Townsend Avenue (from Freeman Street to Onondaga Street)
- Onondaga Street (from Townsend Avenue to Cutler Avenue)
- Cutler Avenue (from Onondaga to West Pulteney Street)
- West William Street (from West Pulteney Street to Dunbar Street)
- Dunbar Street (from West William St to Hillvue Avenue)
- Hillvue Avenue (from Dunbar Street to Wallace Street)
- Wallace Street (from Hillview Ave to West William Street)
- West William Street (from Wallace Street to Bridge Street)
- Bridge Street (West William to Wegmans south entrance)
- Market St. from Bridge St. to Wall St. from 2am–5pm on Sunday, September 30
ALTERNATE ROUTES - VEHICLE TRAFFIC
To avoid significant delays and to maintain a safe course for runners, race officials and volunteers, vehicles are encouraged to use the following alternate routes:
- All travel between Bath and Corning areas - Use Interstate 86 and avoid State Route 415.
- To enter City of Corning - Take Interstate 86 to Exit 46 and use 414-S/Centerway to the downtown area; eastbound vehicles are strongly encouraged to avoid Exit 45/Riverside as significant delays are expected near the W. William St./W. Pulteney intersection at the city line.
- To enter the Village of Bath use Exit 38.
- Avoid Exit 39 from 8:30 to 9:15 am.
SPECTATOR VEHICLES - URGENT REMINDER
Spectators are asked to use good judgment when parking at designated areas along the course. Any parking or stopping on the shoulder and exit/entrance ramps of Interstate 86 is prohibited by state law and will be strictly enforced by the New York State Police.
In addition to the street closings listed above, the following roads will be closed for the 8AM Wineglass Corelle 5K starting at 8:00 am on Saturday, September 30:
City of Corning - Northside
? Jacoby St. 7:30 am to 10:00 am
? Craumer Dr. 7:30 am to 10:00 am
? Corning Blvd. (Wilson to Craumer) 7:30 am to 9:00 am
? Corning Blvd. (Centerway to Craumer) 7:30 am to 10:00 am
? Tioga Ave. (Cedar to Steuben) 7:45 am to 9:15 am
? Woodview Ave. (Steuben to Canisteo) 8:00 am to 9:15 am
? Conhocton St. (Alabaster to Roundhouse) 8:00 am to 9:15 am
? Canisteo St. (Roundhouse to E. Market Ext.) 8:00 am to 9:15 am
? East Market St. Ext. (Canisteo to Trolley) 8:00 am to 9:15 am
? Trolley Lane (E. Market Ext. To Relihan) 8:00 am to 9:15 am
? No left turn onto Corning Blvd. from 7:45–9:15am
? Both northbound and southbound lanes on the Brisco Bridge from 7:55–8:15am- traffic will be diverted to Museum Way, access is available to the Guthrie lot
? Northbound lanes on the Brisco Bridge will remain closed from 8:45–9:30am- traffic must turn left from Cedar St. to Tioga Ave.
Former Hornell Courthouse Headed to Auction:
Monday the Steuben County Legislature decided that the former county courthouse building at 12 Allen Street in Hornell will soon be headed to the auction block. The property served as the courthouse until 1980 when all proceedings were moved to the Hornell City Hall. It was then home to the Department of Motor Vehicles until it moved in September of last year. The building is expected to be sold in its own stand-alone auction on a date not yet determined. It’s full assessed market value is $432,900.
Lindley Supports Hard Working Road Crews:
Lindley took the brunt of the storm that rolled through the area Friday night and road crews have been on the job since Saturday morning, day and night, working to making roads passable again. In support of them and all they’re doing, the community has stepped up to help with donations of food for lunches for all the town, county, and state Department of Transportation workers. Local churches and businesses have cooked and donated pizza, sandwiches, Sloppy Joe’s, and more since the storm rolled through and according to volunteers, some 40 workers have been fed every day. Donations are being put together by the Lindley Community Church and the Presho United Methodist Church for anyone wishing to lend a hand.
2018 Wreaths Across America set for Dec. 15th:
Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission at the Bath National Cemetery is to Remember, Honor, and Teach about area service men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice to keep our country free and safe. This year’s event is set for December 15th with the placing of wreaths to begin immediately following the noon (sharp) ceremony. This year’s theme is Be Their Witness. In 2017, over 3,200 wreaths were laid in Bath. The goal this year is 5,000. If you’d like to participate, a single wreath is $15 and is tax deductible. There is also a “3-for-2” program, a 4 wreath “family package,” a 10 wreath “small business package,” and a 100 wreath “corporate level package.” Donate on-line at http://www.WreathsAcrossAmerica-BathNY.org no later than November 26th. Be sure to indicate the Fundraising Group ID (this can be found at the above web address under the “Groups” drop down menu).