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Albany Regional Advisory Message
Coverage area: I-87/I-90 Thruway from Exit 18 (New Paltz) to Exit 29A (Little Falls) and I-90 Berkshire Connector
Message Updated: 6/18/2013 6:01 PM
This is the New York State Thruway Regional Advisory message for Albany. OK, it's traffic time On I-90 - NYS Thruway eastbound between Little Falls - Exit 29A - and Canajoharie - Exit 29 - Road maintenance work is in progress, The left lane is closed until tomorrow at about 5:30AM On I-90 - NYS Thruway westbound between Fultonville - Exit 28 - and Little Falls - Exit 29A - Road maintenance work is in progress, The left lane is closed until Friday, at about 11:00AM On I-90 - Berkshire Connector westbound between Taconic Parkway at Exit B2 - and I-90 at Exit B1 - Road maintenance work is in progress, The left shoulder is closed And now a rundown of the scheduled construction projects on the New York State Thruway, for the Capital District Region, for the week ending, June 21st.
Pavement Repairs between Canajoharie, Interchange 29, and Fultonville, Interchange 28, will require the right eastbound lane to be closed, at 8am, on Monday morning, and remain closed, until 11am, on Friday morning.
Road Work between Amsterdam, Interchange 27, and Fultonville, Interchange 28, will require westbound lane closures, from 7am until 10am, on Monday, from 7am until 4pm, on Tuesday, and from 7am until noon, Wednesday through Friday.
On the Berkshire section of the Thruway, motorists can expect east, and westbound lane closures for bridge work, and Guide Rail Repairs, between the Castle tin Bridge, and Exit B3, from 7am until 3pm, Monday through Friday.
And now for some public service announcements The New York State Thruway would like to remind motorist that construction, and maintenance personnel will be working along the entire length of the Thruway, performing routine, and scheduled construction work.
Motorist should use caution when traveling through construction zones, and obey all posted work zone speed limits. For your safety, as well as the safety of our construction, and maintenance workers, most of the work zone speed limits will be posted at 55 mph, and will be strictly enforced, by State Police.
As always, remember to wear your seatbelts, and have a safe, and enjoyable trip.
Albany Regional Message in Audio Format
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Information is updated as conditions change.
Current Thruway road conditions also available at: 1-800-THRUWAY (1-800-847-8929)