Closure of planned intersection on Niagara Falls Boulevard at Erie & Shawnee in the Northwest Territories

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Mon. May 2, 2022 10:55 a.m.

The New York State Department of Transportation has advised motorists that the intersection of Niagara Falls Boulevard (US Route 62) at Erie Avenue and Shawnee Road (State Route 425) in the city of North Tonawanda will be closed to traffic starting at 6 a.m. on Monday, May 9. The closure is necessary to facilitate repairs of the crossing by CSX. It should last three days, weather permitting.

Northbound traffic on Niagara Falls Boulevard will be directed to follow a marked detour along East Robinson Road/North French Road, Campbell Boulevard (State Route 270), Saunders Settlement Road (State Route 31) and Ward Road (State Route 429 ).

Southbound traffic on Niagara Falls Boulevard will be directed to follow a marked detour along Ward Road, Saunders Settlement Road, Campbell Boulevard and North FrenchEast Robinson Road.

Northbound traffic on Shawnee Road will be directed to follow a marked detour following Niagara Falls Boulevard, East Robinson Road/North French Road, Campbell Boulevard and Saunders Settlement Road.

Southbound traffic on Erie Avenue will be directed to follow a signposted detour along Niagara Falls Boulevard and Nash Road.

Pedestrians will follow a signposted detour along St. Jude Circle and Kingston Avenue.

Motorists are advised to allow extra time when passing through this area. They are encouraged to slow down and drive responsibly in work zones. Fines are doubled for speeding in a work zone. Convictions for two or more speeding offenses in a work zone could result in the suspension of an individual’s driver’s license.

For up-to-date travel information, call 511, visit www.511NY.org, or download the free 511NY mobile app. Motorists can follow the New York State DOT on Twitter @NYSDOT and @NYSDOTBuffalo. Find NYSDOT on Facebook at facebook.com/NYSDOT.

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