WAYLAND — The first course of a two-part paving project on state Route 21 from the Wayland village line to the town of North Cohocton will begin Tuesday, Aug. 7, weather permitting, the New York State Department of Transportation announced.

The road will be cold-in-place recycled during this first phase. The second part of the project, a hot mix asphalt overlay, is estimated to start in late August. A new travel advisory will be issued at that time.

Traffic will be maintained with a one lane, two-way alternating flagging operation and a pilot vehicle. The public should expect delays.

Also, the first course of a two-part paving project on state Route 63 from the Wayland village line to the Livingston County line will begin Friday, weather permitting. The road will be cold-in-place recycled during this first phase. The second part of the project, a hot mix asphalt overlay, is estimated to start in late August. A new traveler advisory will be issued at that time.

Traffic will be maintained with a one lane, two-way alternating flagging operation and a pilot vehicle. The public should expect delays.

It is imperative that motorists remember to drive carefully through the many highway and bridge construction zones they will encounter this season.