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October 2, 2012

Road Construction Roundup: Oct. 2, 2012

Road construction is under way throughout Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties.

Crews ask that motorists use caution when driving through work zones. Fines are doubled for speeding in a work zone.

Here is a look at some of the major work occurring this week:

CLINTON COUNTY

Korean Veterans Memorial Bridge, Rouses Point: Crews replaced the bridge deck membrane and bridge joints. Traffic is reduced to one lane and controlled by a traffic light as paving is completed. The project is expected to take until Nov. 30.

Route 11, Champlain: Traffic has been reduced to one lane in both directions from the Rouses Point/Champlain line to Lake Street. Crews are milling and resurfacing the road. Work is expected to be complete by Oct. 12.

Route 11, Ellenburg: Crews is continuing highway rehabilitation between the intersection of routes 11 and 190 and the Mooers/Altona line. Traffic is controlled by signs and flaggers.

Smith Road, Ellenburg: Crews will finish paving operations between Ellenburg Center Road and Plank Road this week. Motorists should expect delays.

Interstate 87, exits 39 and 38N: Bridge work has reduced traffic to one lane in both directions between exits 39 and 38N. The speed limit has been reduced to 45 mph. The Exit 38N southbound ramp is closed, and motorists should follow the posted detour if they want to go west on Route 374 and Route 22.

Route 22, Plattsburgh: Traffic has been reduced to one lane in both directions from Boynton Avenue to Wallace Hill Road. Crews are milling and repaving the road. Work is expected to be complete Oct. 12.

Salmon River Road, Schuyler Falls: Crews are performing road construction, including pavement widening and traffic-light installation, at the intersection of Salmon River Road and Military Turnpike Extension. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers as necessary.

Route 22, Plattsburgh: Crews are reconstructing the road near the Interstate 87 overpass at Exit 36. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers. Motorists should expect minimal delays.

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