The NY Rising Infrastructure Program leverages local resources and invests in a range of projects to address vulnerabilities and effectively transform the State’s infrastructure, transportation networks, energy supply, coastal protection, weather detection and warning systems, and emergency management programs.
Spearheaded by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), the Rebuild By Design (RBD) competition encourages the creation of innovative blueprints for recovery and resiliency.
This program addresses immediate post-storm response needs and funds the repair and rebuilding of publically-owned infrastructure such as roads, schools, bridges, parks, hospitals and other public facilities.
This $383 million initiative is a collection of public health and water quality projects to help the region recover from Superstorm Sandy, and to prevent future septic system flooding, sewage backup and groundwater pollution.
This $518 million program aims to both rehabilitate existing bridge scour damage due to fast-flowing water, as well as shore up bridge foundations to mitigate future scour potential.
This $47 miilion project will rebuild an essential coastal protection measure for the Morris Heights neighborhood, helping to ensure that the area’s residents, businesses, and parks are safeguarded from the impact of future flooding.
This $23 million beach stabalization and infrastructre project includes a series of measures to strengthen shoreline buffers and safeguard the Robert Moses traffic circle and Ocean Parkway from future storms.
This grant program provides the opportunity to invigorate New York’s economy, encourage innovation, improve technology, and increase the quality of life for New Yorkers while developing a more crisis-ready New York State.
Working with NYSERDA and other federal, State and local partners, GOSR employs a heightened focus on more resilient energy infrastructure throughout the State.
in economic output from the new jobs