State DOT announces area road work list

ALBANY — The state Department of Transportation will be doing the following road work in the Tri-county area:

Fulton County

∫ Town of Bleeker: Route 309 between Blood Road and West Bush Road. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to tree work.

∫ Town of Caroga: Route 10 between Route 29A and Route 10A. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with temporary signals in place due to bridge work over the Pine Lake Outlet.

∫ Town of Ephratah: Route 10 between the Montgomery County line and Route 29. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to guiderail, drainage, and culvert work.

Montgomery County

∫ Town of Mindenville: County Route 65 bridge over the Erie Canal. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to concrete removal around the bridge piers, and the pouring of concrete.

∫ City of Amsterdam: Route 30 south bound ramps to/from Bridge Street, area of Erie Street and Cleveland Avenue. Motorists will encounter the full closure of the exit and entrance ramps to/from Bridge Street with a signed detour in place. Motorists will also encounter lane closures in both directions on Route 30.

∫ City of Amsterdam: Grieme Avenue bridge over Route 30. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions due to bridge inspection.

∫ Village of Fultonville: Route 30A between Park Street and Route 920P. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to work on the bridge over the Mohawk River.

∫ Town of Root: Route 162 over Route 5S. Motorists will encounter lane shifts in both directions with flaggers in place due to bridge inspection.

Hamilton County

Hamlet of Eagle Bay to Hamlet of Blue Mountain Lake: Route 28 between Eagle Bay and Blue Mountain Lake. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions due to shoulder back up, ditching operations, and the installation of project signs.

By Kerry Minor

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