Road Closed For Over A Month In Western New York
Many construction projects seem to start in the summer, especially the ones that take weeks (or even months) to complete. Typically, construction crews will begin projects at this time of the year so that they are able to finish up the work before it freezes or conditions become too cold.
Or you know…snow.
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That’s why construction crews are working diligently on rehabilitating the bridge on North Rd.
As a result, North Rd. in Alden will be closed from County Line Rd to Crittenden Rd..
It will take over five weeks for the bridge rehabilitation to be complete, which means you will need to find another way to get to work if you typically use North Rd.
The bridge rehabilitation should be complete by July 28.
As mentioned above, summertime is usually a peak opportunity for construction crews to get to work in Western New York, so you may see more roads closed for planned projects for the summer. We will keep you posted on Twitter @1065wyrk with thanks to the WGRZ Traffic Tracker.