TROY, NY (May 28, 2021) – City officials have issued an updated traffic advisory for parking restrictions and road closures in downtown Troy associated with a film production. A map of impacted streets is available below.
Road closures and parking restrictions will remain in effect for the following streets through Friday, June 4th:
- River Street, between 3rd Street and 1st Street
- Please note: River Street will be open to local traffic beginning 8:00 pm, Friday, May 28th, through 7:00 am, Tuesday, May 31st
- Broadway, between 3rd Street and River Street
- 2nd Street, between State Street and River Street
Parking restrictions will be in effect for the following streets beginning 9:00 pm, Friday, May 28th:
- 3rd Street, between Fulton Street and Broadway
Traffic direction on 1st Street between State Street and River Street will be reversed to one-way north to River Street beginning Tuesday, June 1st. This will remain in effect through Friday, June 4th.
The Y-Lot Parking Lot remains closed. Alternate parking arrangements have been established for impacted permit holders. Additional public parking is available for residents and merchants at the Russell Sage Lot, located at 1st and Congress Street. Motorists are asked to reduce speeds and observe all posted traffic detours. Overnight parking will be available in City-owned lots and garages; visit www.troyny.gov/parking for a map of available lots and garages.
The Troy Waterfront Farmers Market (Saturday) and Make It Upstate Market (Sunday) will not be affected by the film production. Parking for these events will be available in the 5th Avenue, State Street, and Green Island Parking Lot. Parking in the privately-owned Uncle Sam Parking Garage will also be available for those events.
Overnight filming will be conducted on Tuesday, June 1st through Friday, June 4th. Buildings impacted by the schedule have been notified directly.
Residents and businesses on impacted streets have been directly notified of, and are reminded to observe, all posted parking restrictions and traffic detours. Residents, employees and visitors are reminded that there will be intermittent times with limited access to areas due to scenes being filmed. The City of Troy thanks the impacted residents and businesses for their patience, cooperation and assistance during the filming production process.
For more information on local traffic advisories, please visit www.troyny.gov/traffic
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