Mayor: Traffic Advisory Issued for Upcoming Week of Roadway Improvement Work

Mayor: Traffic Advisory Issued for Upcoming Week of Roadway Improvement Work

TROY, NY (UPDATE: July 18, 2022) – City officials have issued a traffic advisory for the next round of roadway improvement work for the week of July 18th, 2022. All work is weather dependent and subject to change.

The upcoming roadway improvement work schedule is as follows:

Beginning 6:00 a.m., Wednesday, July 20th, Tuesday, July 19th, crews will be paving:

  • Hutton Street between 10th Street – 11th Street
  • 5th Avenue between Rensselaer Street and North Street
  • 6th Avenue between Federal Street and Jacob Street

Both Hutton Street and 5th Avenue will be closed while work is underway.

Beginning 6:00 a.m., Thursday, July 21st, Wednesday, July 20th, crews will be paving: 

  • Mill Street between Campbell Avenue and Burden Avenue

The westbound lane of Mill Street will be closed to vehicle traffic. Westbound traffic on Mill Street (heading toward Burden Avenue) will be detoured to Vandenburgh Avenue to Morrison Avenue to High Street.

Motorists are asked to reduce speeds, observe posted detours and watch for flaggers to keep crews safe. Residents should observe all posted parking restrictions. Local emergency services have been notified of traffic restrictions. Businesses and homes in the vicinity of the scheduled roadway improvement work will remain open and accessible.

Mayor Patrick Madden said, “The city’s annual paving program continues this month with additional work to improve roadway conditions throughout our community. With the cooperation of residents, businesses, and motorists we can quickly and effectively pave streets throughout the city, including major traffic routes like Mill Street in South Troy.”

The work is part of the City’s annual citywide paving program to rebuild roads and improve pedestrian safety in neighborhoods across Troy. Since 2016, the City of Troy has paved over 32 miles of roadways, accounting for 22 percent of the city’s approximately 148 miles of streets and alleyways. A map of the city’s paving progress can be found at

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John Salka, Communications Director
[email protected] / (518) 279-7131

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