Binghamton Mayor Richard David says $5.3 million is being spent this year to improve 15 miles of infrastructure.

That includes 9.86 miles of milling and paving, over four miles of preventative maintenance paving and .75 of a miles of full street reconstruction.

In addition to the highly visible paving work, crews will be doing $4.32 million in underground utility upgrades like water and sewer line replacement.

Leroy Street, Downs Avenue, Murray Street, Vestal Avenue and Highland Avenue are among the streets to be worked on this season.