GLENVILLE – The repair work on Freeman’s Bridge over the Mohawk River will require alternating one-way traffic for a few hours on Friday, Sept. 11, and several other upcoming dates, the state Department of Transportation said.
The single alternating lane of traffic will be in place between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., weather permitting. That means traffic won’t be stopped during the morning and evening commuting hours. The lane closure is needed while equipment is used to pour concrete.
The same alternating traffic pattern is planned for Wednesday, Sept. 16, and Friday, Sept. 18, again weather permitting, agency officials said.
Otherwise, the single-lane in each direction will remain in place. The $3 million project is scheduled to wrap up in late fall.