Victor Connectivity Project

Connect Victor


By September 2022, the Town of Victor will approve a street network plan with concept level plans and costs. The purpose of the project is to close crucial gaps in the existing transportation network and create access to key points in the surrounding area.


Street connectivity refers to the directness of links and density of connections (i.e., intersections) in street networks. A neighborhood with a highly connected street network has streets with many short links, numerous intersections, and few dead-ends and cul-de-sacs. Highly connected street networks can make it more efficient and easier to drive, walk, or bicycle from one place to another by providing more direct routes and shorter travel distance.

Street network connectivity helps reduce the volume of traffic and traffic delays on major streets (arterials and major collectors), and ultimately improves livability in communities.

Poorly Connected Street Network Graphic vs well-connected street network

Poorly connected street network (left) vs. Well-connected street network (right)

Source: Utah Street Connectivity Study, Utah Department of Transportation, et. al.


During the past several years, the Town and Village of Victor have completed several transportation planning projects intended to address traffic safety, circulation, and congestion challenges in the community. These projects include the Route 96 Transformative Corridor Strategic Infrastructure Plan, the Victor Access Management Plan, and the transportation chapter of the Town’s 2015 Comprehensive Plan. This project will advance those efforts by identifying connectivity gaps in the Town’s transportation network, recommending improvements to the existing streets and intersections, and providing concept-level designs to better connect streets, trails, and sidewalks.

Project Area includes south of Thruway along Routes 251 and 96 including Fishers

The project area includes a portion of the Town of Victor south of the Thruway along the NYS Routes 251 and 96 corridors, including the hamlet of Fishers and most of the Village of Victor. East to west, the project area extends from the Farmington line to the vicinity of Wangum Road.

This project will result in conceptual designs for bicycle, pedestrian, and vehicle traffic circulation improvements along the Route 96 corridor. It will recommend options for additional street connections, such as the Adams Street extension, to relieve congestion on Route 96, improve connections between neighborhoods and business areas so that traffic is not reliant on a few main roads, and expand trails, sidewalks and crosswalks, and bicycle lanes to encourage non-motorized transportation.  These conceptual designs will provide the Town and Village with a blueprint for future infrastructure improvement projects and help the Town prioritize and secure funding for projects.

Adams Street Extension Feasibility Study Documents

Adams Street Extension Feasibility Study - Preliminary Environmental Screening Summary 6/15/2022 (PDF)

Adams Street Extension Feasibility Study 6/21/2022 Presentation at Steering Committee Meeting (PDF)

Connectivity Project Team

  • Joe Bovenzi – Genesee Transportation Counsel – Program Manager
  • Kathy Rayburn – Town Economic Development
  • Kim Kinsella – Planning & Building Director
  • Mark Years – Town Highway Superintendent
  • Adam Reitz - Parks and Rec Trail MEO
  • Gary Hadden – Village Mayor
  • John Turner – Village DPW Director
  • Paul Spitzer – NYS DOT
  • Lora Leon – NYS DOT
  • Tom Harvey – County Planning
  • Bill Wright – County Planning
  • Scott Reinhart - Trailmaster, Victor Hiking Trails

Adams Street Extension Feasibility Study Team

  • Kim Kinsella - Planning & Building Director
  • Keith Maynard - Town Stormwater Program Manager
  • Kathy Rayburn - Town Economic Development
  • Gary Hadden - Village Mayor
  • John Turner - Village DPW Director
  • Mark Years - Town Highway Superintendent

Consultant Team:

  • Labella Associates
  • Highland Planning
  • Gayron De Bruin
  • Ravi Engineering