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A Slow-Go For Binghamton Drivers, Pedestrians

Navigating through some sections of downtown Binghamton is a bit challenging as city crews prepare to repave parts of several heavily-traveled streets.

Portions of State, Henry, Chenango and Carroll streets have been milled in recent days

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Binghamton Street Milling Moves Downtown

Binghamton's milling and paving program has shifted to sections of downtown streets.

Milling on Friday was done on State Street between Court and Henry streets, just south of the Binghamton Federal Building

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Vestal Repaving Project Nearing Completion

A repaving project that's been slowing traffic on Route 17 in Vestal in recent days is almost finished.

Drivers on the highway between Route 26 and the Tioga County line have encountered delays in recent weeks because of the work

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Paving Slows Traffic On Route 17 In Vestal

Motorists on Route 17 in western Broome County have been encountering extended delays due to repaving.

Crews spent the past few weeks preparing the three-mile stretch of the Southern Tier Expressway in Vestal for the resurfacing project

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Binghamton Paving Projects Resume

Street repaving work is resuming in the city of Binghamton.

Work had been delayed over the past two weeks because of mechanical problems with the city's paver.

Today, State Street is closed between Court and Hawley streets

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Binghamton Paving Could Resume In A Few Days

Paving of streets in the city of Binghamton may get underway again by the middle of next week.

The city's paver broke down while crews were operating it on Helen Street on the West Side several days ago

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Binghamton Paving Program Grinds To A Halt

The city of Binghamton's repaving plans have been disrupted by an equipment problem.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says the asphalt paver being used for the street projects is out of service because of mechanical issues

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Binghamton Street Improvements Detailed

Dozens of street and sewer construction projects are planned across the city of Binghamton over the next several months.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says street reconstruction, milling and paving, as well as sewer separation work will be done during the spring and summer

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Binghamton Streets To Be Closed For Paving

Sections of several streets on Binghamton's West Side are being milled and repaved.

On Tuesday, a heavily-traveled portion of Jarvis Street between Main Street and Clinton Street was resurfaced

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Paving Planned On Binghamton Streets

The city of Binghamton's street repaving program is getting underway for the season.

City officials are asking residents in areas where paving is planned to remove vehicles from their streets by six o'clock on the morning of the planned work

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