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this parking lot entrance has been in need of repair for years.
The parking area is not an offical parking area and no one will take responsibility for it. your best bet is to contact the NY State Dot or the NYS Bridge Authority.
Frank C Petramale
Superintendent of Highways
Town of Ulster
Dear Mr. Petramale,
Thank you, for whatever influence you had with the improvement of the park and ride. I hope the people will see that it is not a dumping ground. Thank you so much for replying to my comment. Good Luck! You will always have a supporter.
Kelly & John Whittaker
That "parking lot" has been an eyesore for years now. It seems to have sprung up after the overpasses for Route 199 were built, yet was never properly paved, striped, or signed in order to become a full-fledged "Park and Ride" lot by today's standards.
And, of course, proper drainage and street lighting would also need to be upgraded as well.
I think it would be a very wise decision if NYSDOT (or whoever is responsible,) would convert this dumping-ground/ gravel-wasteland parking lot into something usable.
This would allow Kingston and its surrounding areas to compete with all the other Hudson Valley communities who are modernizing their transportation systems, by providing more options for the region's commuters.
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