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Archive for July 2nd, 2012

It was a busy heavy construction day again in Amsterdam today. The long-awaited changes to Amsterdam’s traffic patterns have started at RT5 and RT30S. In the coming months, the State will create a two-way corridor in front of the Public Safety Building. Later phases will develop two-way traffic in front of the Post Office and bring automotive travellers back downtown.

We also finished resurfacing Church Street today and will button up Pine Street in the next few days. Keep you eyes peeled for upgrades to signals, replacement of substructures, and resurfacing of the roadway going up Market Street was well. Work to progress the pedestrian bridge project and train station relocation in tandem with downtown redevelopment and waterfront revitalization continues to be a priority. It’s gratifying to see the dramatic changes we have been talking about for years finally taking place.

The following photos show the start of the traffic repatterning project.

Looking east towards town from RT5.

Looking west on RT5 from the same spot referenced above.

Looking east from the Verizon parking lot.

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Looking west from RT30 in front of the Verizon building.

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