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Thank you to our Sponsors and Exhibitors for a successful 86th Annual Conference, Education Symposium and EXPO!


March 8-9 –  Annual Grassroots Advocacy Campaign for Local Roads & Bridges  – Albany, NY

June 6-8, 2016 – Cornell Highway School – Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY

September 13-16, 2016 – NYSAOTSOH 87th Annual Conference, Education Symposium & EXPO – Crowne Plaza, Lake Placid, NY


 Register for Advocacy Day

Registration is open for the  Annual Grassroots Advocacy Campaign for Local Roads & Bridges. Deadline for registration is Friday, February 12. Don’t miss out!


Now Available in the Members Section!

2016 Winter Newsletter

2015- 2016 CHIPS and Extreme Winter Recovery Run

OGS – 2015-2016 Road and Treated Salt Filed Requirement


 Letter to the Governor

The New York State Association of Town Superintendents of Highways joined with the New York State County Highway Superintendents Association (NYSCHSA) to urge Governor Cuomo to ensure that New York’s system of local roads and bridges are properly funded in this year’s budget. Maintaining a safe, functional transportation system is critical to ensuring a strong and prosperous state.

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NYSAOTSOH would like to recognize two associations for reaching landmark anniversaries:

Westchester / Putnam County Association of Town Superintendents of Highways, INC. for celebrating their 75th Anniversary.

Washington County Association of Town Superintendents of Highways for
 celebrating their 60th Anniversary.

Your members have worked tirelessly for decades, bringing outstanding
service to the people of your counties. We wish you many more years of



The Association has updated their 2007, 20 Year Needs Assessment of Local Highway and Bridge Infrastructure.

Local system pavement need over the next 15 year period is estimated at $31.95 billion. Local system bridge need over the upcoming 15 year period is $2.85 billion. Given that 46% of the vehicle miles travelled in New York are on local roads, then local governments should be receiving an additional $1.3 billion annually.

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