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Clifton Park announces road closures for July 4

Clifton Park announces road closures for July 4

Annual parade, festivities prompting temporary detours
Clifton Park announces road closures for July 4
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The town of Clifton Park has announced which roads will be closed due to Fourth of July activities on Thursday. 

Westbound Route 146 traffic will be closed at Moe Road beginning at 11:15 a.m.

During the closure of Route 146, westbound traffic will be diverted onto Moe Road to use Clifton Park Center Road and Miller Road. Unless local, all Bruno Road traffic will be directed eastbound. Eastbound traffic will be diverted at Miller/Tanner Road.  

Traffic at Vischer Ferry Road will be allowed to make a U-turn to utilize Tanner and Miller roads. Traffic proceeding south on Route 146A will be held at Route 146 or allowed to travel west on Route 146. U-turns will be permitted so traffic can use either Kinns Road or Tanner Road. Traffic traveling north on Vischer Ferry Road will be diverted onto Clifton Park Center Road.  All roads will reopen following the completion of the parade.

At 5 p.m. all streets between Route 146 and Clifton Park Center Road will be closed, except to local neighborhood traffic. The streets involved will be both Gloucester entrances and Plaid Place.

Also, at 5 p.m., Clifton Park Center Road between Vischer Ferry Road and Beechwood Drive will be closed. 

No parking will be allowed on Clifton Park Center Road, Heather Drive and Michelle Drive.

Vischer Ferry Road between Route 146 and Clifton Park Center Road will be closed at approximately 5:30 p.m.

Law enforcement and public safety personnel will direct traffic throughout the day.
 

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