Detour continues at Routes 49/Route 233 ramp

Posted 6/25/19

At the Route 49 westbound ramp to Route 233, drivers will encounter a full ramp closure with a detour due to bridge rehabilitation, according to the New York State Department of Transportation weekly …

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Detour continues at Routes 49/Route 233 ramp

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At the Route 49 westbound ramp to Route 233, drivers will encounter a full ramp closure with a detour due to bridge rehabilitation, according to the New York State Department of Transportation weekly road report.
In road work elsewhere:

Rome, Route 233 bridge over Wheeler Creek: Motorists may encounter the intermittent stopping of traffic due to the implementation of a new traffic pattern. Signs will be up notifying motorists of the change.

Rome, Route 49 westbound ramp to Route 233: Motorists will encounter a full ramp closure with a signed detour in place due to bridge rehabilitation.

Village of Vernon, Route 5 between Route 31 and Bleecker Road: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to guiderail installation.

Utica, Route 5S between Cornelia Street and Broad Street: Construction and utility relocation work continues to take place throughout the corridor. Motorists can expect lane closures in both east and westbound travel lanes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The contractor will need to close the left turning lanes at both Broadway and John Street to box out turn lanes for phase 1 asphalt. Motorists headning north on Broadway will be detoured to Washington Street. Motorists wanting to head north on John Street will be controlled by flaggers. Jay Street will remain closed from Genesee Street to Second Street. Burnet Street and First Street also remain closed at Jay Street. The Jay Street slip ramp to Second Street remains closed. In addition, a permanent right lane closure remains in place from Broadway to Broad Street.

Utica, Route 5A between Route 12 and Whitesboro Street: Motorists will encounter a new traffic pattern with new pavement markings. The new traffic pattern will begin at the Route 12 southbound ramp with the westbound traffic being on the eastbound passing lane. Eastbound traffic will be in the right driving lane. Motorists will encounter flaggers and message boards to assist the new traffic pattern. Jason Street and Platt Street will remain open.

Utica, Burrstone Road between Champlin Avenue and Lincoln Avenue: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions due to curb and joint seal repair work.

Utica, Burrstone Road between Route 5/8/12 and French Road: Motorists will encounter a westbound lane closure due to landscaping and sidewalk work.

Marcy, Route 291 between Route 69 and Route 365: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions due to guiderail installation.

Camden, Route 13 between Mill Street and Preston Hill Road, and Route 69 between Main Street and Union Street: Motorists will encounter possible lane closures with flaggers in place due to the placement of seeding.

Camden, Florence, Route 13 between Mill Street and the Oswego County line: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to miscellaneous roadside work.

Boonville, Route 12 between Route 28 and the Lewis County line: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to guiderail work.

Oneida Castle, Route 365 between Morgan Road and Hill Road: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to guiderail installation.

Sangerfield, Route 12 between Route 20 and Craigfoot Road: Motorists will encounter a northbound shoulder closure due to the installation of new posts for the permanent message board and work site cleanup.

Sangerfield, Route 20 between Route 12 and Newbery Road: Motorists will encounter an eastbound lane and shoulder closure due to the installation of new posts for the permanent message boards and work site cleanup.

Bridgewater, Route 20 bridge over the Unadilla River: Motorists will encounter one way alternating traffic with temporary signals in place due to bridge repair.

White Lake to Otter Lake, Route 28 between Woods Point Road and Maple Road: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to guiderail installation.

Boonville, Route 12 between Route 28 and the Lewis County line: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to guiderail work.

Sylvan Beach, Route 13 between Route 31 and Route 49: Motorists will encounter a shoulder closure in both directions due to drainage installation.

Madison County

Canastota, Route 5 between Canastota and Wampsville: Motorists will encounter shoulder closures in both directions and off-road work due to waterline work.

Lenox, Route 13 at Route 31 roundabout: Motorists will encounter lane closures in the roundabout with flaggers in place due to miscellaneous construction activities. Motorists will encounter night work in the roundabout with a full closure of the roundabout with a signed detour in place. The detour will be Lewis Point Road (County Route 7), NY 13, NY 5, NY 365A, NY 46, Poppleton Road (County Route 86), and Jug Point Road (County Route 54). The night work will be from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Tuesday through Thursday.

Hamilton, Route 12B between Preston Hill Road and Airport Road: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions due to drainage work.

Herkimer County

Ilion, Route 51 bridge between Route 5 and Route 5S: Bridge is closed. Motorists will encounter signed detours. Northbound travel on Route 51 will be detoured to Route 5S east just prior to the bridge. southbound travel will detoured to Herkimer to Route 5S west.

Herkimer: Route 5 bridge between South Washington Street and King Street. Motorists will encounter an eastbound lane closure with a signed detour in place due to bridge work.

Herkimer, Route 28 at West Steele Street and Mohawk Street: There will be signal pole foundation work and conduit installation performed off the road way with no impact to traffic.

Webb, Route 28 in the area of McKeever Road: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to the installation of guiderail.

Montgomery County

Fort Hunter, Route 5S between Fort Hunter Road and Hill and Marks: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to paving operations.

Fulton County

Caroga, Route 10 between Route 10A and Route 8: Motorists will encounter lane closures with flaggers in place due to the removal and installation of guiderail.

Johnstown, Route 30A between Briggs Street and Townsend Avenue: Motorists will encounter north and southbound lane closures with flaggers in place due to the installation of new drainage structures.

Ephratah, Route 29 between Route 10A and County Route 119: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to paving operations.

Hamilton County

Route 28 between Eagle Bay and Raquette Lake: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to pavement rehabilitation.

Arietta, Route 8 between the north and south intersections of Old Piseco Road (County Route 24): Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with temporary signals at each bridge due to the rehabilitation of Route 8 bridge over Piseco Lake outlet, Route 8 bridge over Sheriff Lake outlet and Route 8 bridge over Rogers Brook.

Wells: Route 8 in the area of Old Route 30: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with a temporary signal due to pavement repairs.

Pavement striping will be occurring in Fulton and Montgomery Counties. Lane shifts and flaggers may be encountered.

Sign installations, sidewalk work will be occurring in Rome, Clinton, Hamilton and Amsterdam. Motorists will encounter possible lane closures/lane shifts with flaggers in place.

This information is also available at www.511ny.org

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