BY ERIKA NORTONGOSHEN — If you've been driving through downtown Goshen recently, you've probably noticed a goodly amount of orange traffic cones and roadwork going on now that the weather is nice. “That’s New York State taking the first steps to repave Route 207,” said Mayor Kyle Roddey.To repave the road, all sidewalk ramps must be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Roddey said. The village also has drainage infrastructure under 207, so now is the time to make improvements. These improvements include manhole replacements and upgrades to drainage before paving begins, “just so we don’t have to dig up the beautifully, newly paved road after it's completed,” Roddey said. The repaving of 207 shouldn’t affect traffic too much though, said Gina DiSarro, spokesperson for New York State Department of Transportation Region 8, because work will be done at night, between 7 p.m. until 5 or 6 a.m. There will be no detours, but one-way alternating traffic during roadwork.The paving is expected to start sometime early to mid-May and to be completed by the end of May, beginning of June, DiSarro said.