Milling and Paving Continues Beginning October 17

Milling and Paving Continues Beginning October 17

TROY, NY (October 13, 2022) – City officials have issued a traffic advisory for the latest round of scheduled roadway improvement work beginning on October 17th, 2022. All work is weather dependent, and subject to change.

The work is part of the City’s annual citywide paving program to rebuild roads and improve pedestrian safety in neighborhoods across Troy. Work is being coordinated with the Lansingburgh and Troy City School District.

The upcoming roadway improvement work schedule is as follows:

Beginning 6 a.m., Monday, October 17th, crews will be milling and paving on:

  • Orr Street between Ingalls Avenue and Douw Street.
  • Douw Street between River Street and Orr Street.
  • 7th Avenue between Swift Avenue and Glen Avenue.
  • 8th Street between Congress Street and Peoples Avenue.

UPDATE: Beginning 6 a.m., Tuesday, October 18th, crews will be milling: 

  • Orr Street between Ingalls Avenue and Douw Street.
  • Douw Street between River Street and Orr Street.
  • 7th Avenue between Swift Avenue and Glen Avenue.

Beginning 6 a.m., Tuesday, October 18th and Wednesday, October 19th, crews will be paving: 

  • Frear Park Road between 15th Street and North Lake Avenue.

Beginning 6 a.m., Thursday, October 20th, crews will be paving: 

  • 6th Avenue between 109th Street and 122nd Street.

Beginning 6 a.m., Friday, October 21st, crews will be paving: 

  • Orr Street between Ingalls Avenue and Douw Street.
  • Douw Street between River Street and Orr Street.
  • 7th Avenue between Swift Avenue and Glen Avenue.
  • 6th Avenue between 109th Street and 122nd Street.

Beginning 6 a.m., Monday, October 24th and Tuesday, October 25th crews will be paving: 

  • 6th Avenue between 109th Street and 122nd Street.

Motorists are asked to reduce speeds 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.

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 www.troyny.gov/paving

For info on local traffic advisories, please visit www.troyny.gov/traffic

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Christopher Nolin, Deputy Mayor
[email protected] / (518) 279-7131

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