FISHKILL, N.Y. – A weeklong project is set to cause substantial traffic delays on Jackson Street next week as crews work to repave a half-mile section of the road between Main Street and Osborne Hill Road.
According to the Dutchesss County Department of Public Works (DPW), the repaving will last from Monday, Aug. 8–Friday, Aug. 12, weather permitting.
Jackson Street is a busy thoroughfare, particularly during the morning and evening commutes. According to the county’s DPW, more than 10,000 cars travel the road each day.
The DPW urged drivers to seek alternate routes, plan for additional commute time, obey posted speed limits and traffic signs and to listen to flaggers in the work zones.
According county officials, local drivers will still have access to their homes along Jackson Street through the entire repaving process.
For more information, please call the Dutchess County Department of Public Works’ Highway Division at 845-486-2901.
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