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NYS DOT Announces Bridge Closures impacting Irondequoit

Mar 23, 2016

From the New York State DOT:

The New York State Department of Transportation will be undertaking a preventive bridge maintenance project beginning later this summer through fall 2017 on a number of structures across the region. Generally, the work will consist of treating deteriorated bridge joints and decks, as needed. Detailed traffic control plans, including time restrictions, staging and other measures to minimize inconvenience have been incorporated into the contract plans.

The following locations will impact highway travel. Once a contractor is secured and a construction schedule is developed, we will have more details to share with you. Until then, we want you to have the information for this planned work in order to plan accordingly.

Seneca Avenue over Route 104 in Rochester

The Seneca Avenue bridge over Route 104 in Rochester will be closed in both directions for approximately one weekend. Traffic will be detoured using the side service road. Northbound traffic will be directed to Hudson Avenue and southbound traffic will be directed to Clinton Avenue.

Portland Avenue over Route 104 in Irondequoit

Work on the Portland Avenue bridge over Route 104 in Irondequoit will be done in two phases. During Phase 1, the bridge will be closed in the northbound direction and open to southbound travel only for one weekend. Northbound traffic will be detoured along the service road to Goodman Street. During Phase 2, traffic will be restored with a single lane in each direction.

A full list of locations can be accessed here. If you want to know more about any aspect of this project, please contact Matthew Hayes directly at (585) 272-4882 or by e-mail.