Summer may be many of our favorite season of the year and our least favorite is construction season. It's well underway and here are a few detours and places roadwork will begin this week in the Capital Region.
Governor Cuomo announced that over one hundred fifty million dollars will be used across the state to fix roadways that have been impacted by extreme weather. The Capital Region is getting twelve million of it. Find out which roads will be repaired.
If you have traveled the Northway at all in the past few months, you know that the construction is a nuisance. But you may have also noticed that they have made significant progress. Officials say they are ahead of schedule.
If you have ever traveled in Clifton Park to go to a show at Upstate Concert Hall or to bring the kids to Clifton Common sports fields, you know that particular area is very congested. Construction has begun to alleviate the problem.
It is very apparent that we are just getting underway with construction season all across New York state. In an effort to promote safety in work zones, the New York state Department of Transportation is declaring this week, "Work Zone Awareness Week".