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October 15, 2013

Road Construction Roundup: Oct. 15, 2013

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Route 22, Westport: Traffic has been reduced to a single lane in alternating directions from the Essex/Westport line to the Westport/Moriah line. The work, with completion expected in late November, is taking place between the Wadhams hamlet and Route 8. Traffic is controlled by a temporary signal.

Center Road, Moriah Center: Crews are performing a bridge-reconstruction project, which is expected to take several months to complete.

Route 9N, Crown Point: Crews are working between Bridge Road and Edgemont Point. Traffic is reduced to one lane in both directions and is controlled by a temporary traffic signal. Work is expected to be complete in late November.

Tahawus Road, Newcomb: Crews are performing bridge maintenance. Traffic is controlled by flaggers as necessary.

Blue Ridge Road, Newcomb: Crews were expected to begin a paving project. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers as necessary.

FRANKLIN COUNTY

Countywide road construction: Crews are performing general maintenance throughout the county. Traffic is controlled by flaggers as necessary.

Water Street, Fort Covington: A long-term water-main project has begun. Water Street has been narrowed to two lanes northbound and one lane southbound between John and Beekman streets. Work will continue until next spring.

Route 11B, Dickinson Center: Crews are working between the Lawrence/Dickinson line and the St. Lawrence County/Franklin County line. Traffic has been reduced to one lane on the bridge over Deer River. Traffic is controlled by a temporary signal.

Route 458, St. Regis Falls: Crews are working on the bridge at the intersection of Moira Street and St. Regis Falls Road.

Blue Mountain Road, Santa Clara: Crews are performing bridge work. Traffic is controlled by flaggers as necessary.

— Compiled by Contributing Writer Matthew Hamilton

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