I imagine it will next year when it can be submitted for apporval. There's also a stretch between Roscoe and Liberty that has I-86 shields where it looks like the DOT sanded the paint off rather than covering them up. Apparently this section still can't be designated (even once the Parksville project is completed), but there are no projects mentioned on the DOT site (other than the Neversink bridge) that aren't underway now. Certainly nothing to explain why the section near Wurtsboro can't be added.
Either I-86 there is undersigned, or it's not going to be signed for a very, very long time. The DOT site lists all projects until around 2024 or so. Some I can't even get scheduling information on because all projects for the I-86 upgrade link to the I-86 page but the I-86 page doesn't have a section for all of the projects, so if you want to know when the acceleration/deceleration lane lengthening in Tioga County of the Neversink River bridge replacement are going to happen, forget it.
For reference, here's all the ones I can remember off the top of my head:
-At-grade intersection removal/reconstruction, Elmira to Chemung (under construction, finish 2012)
-Acceleration/deceleration lane lengthening, Tioga County (unknown)
-Kamikaze Curve (~2013-2015 or 2017)
-Binghamton area signing (~2015 or 2017)
-At-grade intersection removal/reconstruction, Hale Eddy (2014-2017)
-At-grade intersection removal/reconstruction, Parksville (under construction, finish 2012)
-Exit 106 reconstruction (under construction, should have been finished last year)
-Neversink River bridge replacement (unknown)
-Exit 122 reconstruction (under construction according to DOT site, finish 2012 or 2013)
-Exit 131 reconstruction (don't remember, but it's not until around 2017 or beyond)