Night paving work scheduled to begin the evening of Monday May 13 will reduce traffic to one alternating lane through downtown Warrensburg, extending to Old State Road just south of Diamond Point Rd. and Northway Exit 23. Parking restrictions will also be in effect. The paving work and lane closures -- nightly from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. -- are expected to last up to two weeks.
Nighttime paving of Rte. 9 through downtown Warrensburg begins Monday May 13 and will reduce traffic on one alternating lane Monday through Friday for nearly two weeks, the state Department of Transportation has announced.
Paving work and the alternating lane restriction will last from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. on weeknights from 1st Avenue to Old State Road, just south of Warrensburg’s border with the Town of Lake George near I-87 Northway Exit 23.
Parking along Main St. and state Rte. 9 is also prohibited from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. while the paving project is underway.
During the roadwork, properties in the area will remain accessible to residents, business patrons, delivery vehicles and emergency responders, according to the state authorities.
The work is expected to be completed before Memorial Day.
Daytime pavement work on this stretch of Main Street, which began earlier this month, is now complete, a DOT spokesperson said.