Lane closures this week on parts of Route 69

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Motorists will encounter east- and westbound lane closures due to mailbox repair on Route 69 between Blossvale Road and Link Road in Rome, Lee and Taberg next week, according to the New York Department of Transportation weekly road work report. 

In road work elsewhere:

• Rome, Route 233 bridge over Wheeler Creek: Work behind barrier, and traffic will not be affected.

• Verona, South Bay,Route 31 between Miller Road and Morris Road: Motorists will encounter east and west bound lane closures with flaggers in place due to shoulder backup, cable guide wire and mailbox repair. 

• Verona, Route 365 at Spring Road: Motorists will encounter work off the shoulders Spring Road and Route 365 due to signal work.

• Prospect, Route 365 at State Street: Motorists will encounter east and west bound lane and shoulder closures short term with flaggers due to signal head wiring. 

• Paris, Route 12 north bound between Daytonville Road and Shanley Road: There will be work off the road for the installation of weather station footing. Motorists will not encounter any lane closures at this time. 

• Augusta, Route 26 between North Road and Wells Gifford Road: Motorists will encounter north and south bound lane closures due to the installation of new flasher span and lights at the intersection of Knoxboro Road.  

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

• Camden, Route 13 between Mill Street and Preston Hill Road: Motorists will encounter possible lane closures with flaggers in place due to the replacement of sidewalk ramps. 

• Camden, Route 69 between Main Street and Union Street: Motorists will encounter possible lane closures with flaggers in place due to the replacement of sidewalk ramps.

• Utica, Route 5S between Cornelia Street and Broad Street: Utility work continues on Route 5S with lane closures in both directions. New gas mains and conduits will be being installed on Route 5S between Broadway and John Street. There will be east and west bound right lane closures between Cornelia Street and John Street due to the removal of existing highway lighting and fixtures as well as the installation of a temporary traffic signal. 

• There will be a continuous right lane closure eastbound from Broadway to Broad Street due to construction activities for temporary signal pole installations from the Utica Auditorium to Broad Street. Second Street will be closed from Jay Street to Route 5S. Jay Street will remain closed from Genesee Street to Second Street. The intersections of Burnet Street/Jay Street and First Street/ Jay Street are also closed. The slip ramp from Jay Street to Second Street was permanently closed on April 15.

• 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 south bound ramp with the west bound traffic on the east bound passing lane. East bound traffic will be in the right driving lane. Motorists will encounter flaggers and message boards to assist the new traffic pattern. Jason Street may be closed for the duration of the project; Platt Street will remain open. 

• Utica, Route 5S under Culver Avenue: On Tuesday April 23 from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions on Route 5S and shoulder closures on Culver Avenue due to bridge inspection. 

• Deerfield, Route 8 between Route 12 and North Gage Road: Motorists will encounter one way alternating traffic with flaggers in place due to guide rail work and shoulder closures due to driveway work.

• New Hartford, Route 8 over Elm Street: On Monday April 22, from 8 a.m..m. until 2 p.m. motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to bridge inspection.

• New Hartford, Route 8 over Pinnacle Road: On Thursday April 25 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to bridge inspection.

• New Hartford: Route 8 over Oneida Street: On Wednesday April 24 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to bridge inspection.

• New Hartford, French Road, Champlain Avenue between Chenango Road and Shepherd Place. Motorists will encounter east and west bound lane closures with flaggers in place due to the paving of driveways.

• New Hartford, Route 8 over Kellogg Road: There will be survey work being done off the roadway with no lane closures due to survey work. 

• Clayville, Cassville, Bridgewater, Route 8 between Holman City Road and Route 20: Motorists will encounter north and south bound lane closures with flaggers in place due to shoulder backup, cable guide rail and mailbox repairs.

• Frankfort, Route 5S under Dyke Road: On Friday April 26 from 8 a.m. until 11a.m., motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions on Route 5S due to bridge inspection.

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. 

Bridgeport, Lakeport, Route 31 between north Main Street and Kirkville Road: Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to guiderail and mailbox work. 

Bridgeport: Route 31 between Minoa Road and Petrie Road: On Wednesday April 24 motorists will encounter lane closures in all directions with flaggers in place due to pavement striping. Weather permitting. 

Hubbardsville, North Brookfield, Route 12 between Swamp Road and Wickwire Road: Motorists will encounter north and south bound lane closures with flaggers in place due to shoulder back up, cable guide wire and mailbox repair. 

Stockbridge, Route 46 between Mt. Hope Avenue and Stockbridge Hill Road: Motorists will encounter north and south bound lane closures with flaggers in place due to drainage work. 

Leonardsville, West Edmeston, South Brookfield, Route 8 between the Madison/Chenango County line and Mill Street: Motorists will encounter north and south bound lane closures with flaggers in place due to shoulder backup, cable guidewire and mailbox repairs. 

Nelson, Route 20 between Putnam Road and Nelson Road: Motorists will encounter lane shifts in both directions with flaggers due to the placement of curb ramps.

Sullivan, Route 5 between Tuscarora Road and the Onondaga County line: Motorists will encounter an east bound shoulder closure sue to road side erosion repairs. 

HERKIMER COUNTY

Ilion, Route 51 bridge between Route 5 and Route 5S: Motorists east bound on Route 5 will still be able to exit. Motorists will encounter signed detours. Northbound travel on Route 51 will be detoured to Route 5S at the bridge. The east ramp will also be closed. 

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

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

Fultonville, Route 920P, Route 30A between Route 5S and Thruway exit 27: Motorists will encounter lane closures in all directions with flaggers in place due to signal work. On Saturday April 27 motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions due to the replacement of signal poles and signal span assembly. Message boards will be activated. 

Amsterdam, Route 30 bridge over Thruway: Motorists will encounter a north bound lane closure with a temporary signal due to bridge rehabilitation. 

FULTON COUNTY

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

Pavement striping will be occurring in Herkimer County. Lane shifts and flaggers may be encountered. 

Sign installations will be occurring in Clinton, Rome, Vernon and Amsterdam. Motorists will encounter work on the side of the roadway with possible lane closures/lane shifts with flaggers in place. 

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

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