Traffic Advisory Issued for Hoosick Street, 4th Street, and 2nd Avenue

Traffic Advisory Issued for Hoosick Street, 4th Street, and 2nd Avenue

TROY, NY (April 15, 2022) – City officials have issued a traffic advisory for roadway improvement work for the week of April 18, 2022.

Beginning 5:00 a.m., Monday, April 18th, crews will be milling:

  • Hoosick St between 6th Ave and 8th St 
  • 4th St between Congress St and Broadway (4th St will be closed while work is being done and traffic will be detoured to 2nd St then to Fulton St to return back to 4th St.)

Beginning 7:00 a.m., Monday, April 18th, crews will be paving: 

  • 2nd Ave between 117th St and 119th St 
  • 2nd Ave between 121st St and 123rd St 

Beginning 7:00 a.m., Wednesday April 20th crews will be paving:

  • Hoosick St between 6th Ave and 8th St 
  • 4th St between Congress St and Broadway (4th St will be closed while work is being done and traffic will be detoured to 2nd St then to Fulton St to return back to 4th St.)

During this time, there will be intermittent road closures and lane reductions. 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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Christopher Nolin, Deputy Mayor
Chris.Nolin@troyny.gov / (518) 279-7130

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