Transportation Dept. release work schedule

The state Department of Transportation has announced area roadwork, effective Monday.

Montgomery County

∫ Village of Fultonville: Route 920P, Route 30A between Route 5S and Thruway exit 27. Motorists will encounter lane closures in all directions with flaggers in place due to signal work, guiderail replacement and sign installation.

∫ Town of Amsterdam: Route 30 bridge over the Thruway. Motorists will encounter a northbound lane closure with a temporary signal due to bridge rehabilitation.

∫ City of Amsterdam: Route 67 between Widow Susan Road and the Schenectady County Line. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions due to guiderail installation and sign installation.

∫ Town of Fort Hunter: Route 5S between Fort Hunter Road and Hill and Marks. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to paving operations.

Fulton County

∫ Town of Caroga: Route 10 between Route 10A and Route 8. Motorists will encounter lane closures with flaggers in place due to the removal and installation of guiderail.

∫ City of Johnstown: Route 30A between Briggs Street and Townsend Avenue. Motorists will encounter north- and southbound lane closures with flaggers in place due to a new traffic pattern and miscellaneous paving operations.

∫ Town of Palatine, Town of Ephratah: Route 10 between Route 67/Fulton County line and Route 5. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to paving operations.

Hamilton County

∫Town of Arietta: Route 10 between Fulton County line and Route 8. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to shoulder work.

∫ Town of Arietta: Route 8 between Old Piseco Road (County Highway 24) north and south. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions with flaggers in place due to the rehabilitation of Route 8 bridge over Piseco Lake outlet, Route 8 bridge over Sheriff Lake outlet and Route 8 bridge over Rogers Brook.

This information is also available at www.511ny.org.

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