Traffic Advisory for 3rd St, Washington St, and Division St

Traffic Advisory for 3rd St, Washington St, and Division St

TROY, NY (April 26, 2022) – City officials have issued a traffic advisory for roadway work being undertaken by National Grid and their contractors beginning April 27, 2022.

Beginning 6:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 27th, crews will be milling:

  • 3rd St between Canal Ave and Madison Ave

Beginning 6:00 a.m., Thursday, April 28th, crews will be milling: 

  • Washington St between River St – 4th St

Beginning 6:00 a.m., Friday April 29th, crews will be milling:

  • Division St between 4th St  1st St 

Beginning 6:00 a.m., Monday, May 2nd, crews will be paving:

  • 3rd St between Canal Ave and Madison Ave

Beginning 6:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 3rd, crews will be paving: 

  • Washington St between River St – 4th St

Beginning 6:00 a.m., Wednesday, May 4th, crews will be paving:

  • Division St between 4th St – 1st St 

During this time, roads will be closed down to one lane with intermittent closures. Traffic delays are expected. Motorists are asked to reduce speeds, observe posted traffic detours, watch for flaggers, and use caution in the work zone to keep workers safe. Local emergency services have been notified of traffic restrictions.

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

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