TROY, NY (November 17, 2021) – City officials have issued a traffic advisory for roadway improvement work on Oakwood Avenue, Myrtle Avenue, and Spring Avenue.
Beginning 6:00 a.m., Friday, November 19th, crews will be paving Oakwood Avenue between Hoosick Street and Middleburgh Street. [UPDATE] Oakwood Avenue will be closed in both directions between Hoosick and Middleburg. Southbound traffic on Oakwood will be detoured to 6th Avenue. Eastbound traffic for Oakwood Avenue will be detoured from Hoosick Street to 15th Street to Park Boulevard to Oakwood Avenue.
Beginning 6:00 a.m., Friday, November 19th, crews will be milling Myrtle Avenue between Spring Avenue and Pawling Avenue, and Spring Avenue between Myrtle Avenue and Pawling Avenue. During this time, Myrtle Avenue will be closed until milling work is complete (approximately 10:00 a.m.). Milling of Spring Avenue will begin following completion of work on Myrtle Avenue. Eastbound traffic on Spring Avenue will be detoured to Myrtle Avenue. Spring Avenue will be closed to westbound traffic at the intersection of Spring and Pawling Avenues, and will be detoured northbound to Maple Avenue.
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
John Salka, Communications Director
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Incorporated in 1816, the City of Troy is the seat of Rensselaer County government and the county’s largest municipality by population. Situated on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, the City boasts seven miles of waterfront, a largely-preserved historic downtown, diverse neighborhoods, and several major colleges and universities. Troy’s history as the nation’s largest manufacturer of detachable cuffs and collars earned the City’s nickname “the Collar City.” A former steel & iron manufacturing powerhouse of the 19th and early 20th century, the City is now home to a growing hub of tech, video game development, restaurants, and retail.