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State transportation planners are developing a series of changes to make a heavily-used intersection in Vestal safer.

An informational meeting on the project for the intersection of Route 26 and Sheedy Road has been scheduled for next week.

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According to the New York State Department of Transportation, the session will be held July 22 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Vestal Town Hall.

Planned Improvements will be designed to reduce the number of vehicle collisions at the intersection.

Officials say left-turn lanes will be constructed for northbound and southbound drivers on Route 26.

Steps will be taken to improve sight distance for motorists turning onto Route 26 from Sheedy Road.

People unable to attend the informational meeting may call the project manager with comments or questions. The manager, Dan Weaver, contacted at 607.721.8517.