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Endwell Traffic Slowed By Paving Project

Thousands of drivers are facing daily delays because of a milling and repaving project in the town of Union.

The work on Hooper Road in Endwell started Monday. It's expected to continue for about two more weeks

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Debris Removed From Binghamton Demolition Site

Two-way traffic has been restored on Water Street in downtown Binghamton following demolition of the fire-damaged Ellis Brothers building.

Debris has been hauled away from the site where the structure stood for decades

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Traffic Pattern Changes At Binghamton Interchange

This is a transitional week for traffic at a busy interstate highway interchange in Binghamton.

Traffic pattern changes are being implemented as part of the Prospect Mountain Project.

Drivers should expect delays in the work zone and consider alternate routes, if possible

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Binghamton Project Slows Downtown Traffic

Workers used a crane to lift tons of roofing materials for a major student housing complex in downtown Binghamton.

The construction operation affected traffic on two busy streets throughout much of Monday

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton-Based DOT Crews Ready For More Snow

Nearly four weeks into spring, the National Weather Service is forecasting some sleet and snow for much of the Binghamton area.

The New York State Department of Transportation still has plenty of salt on hand in the event it's needed

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Johnson City Traffic, Bus Service Adjustments

Friday's funeral for Johnson City Police Officer David Smith will result in some changes for motorists and bus riders in the village.

According to Johnson City officials, a section of Main Street will be closed for several hours between Saint Charles Street and the arch at Floral Avenue

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“Pothole Killer” Is Patching Binghamton-Area Highways

A specialized truck is being used by DOT crews in the Southern Tier to fill potholes on some of the region's busiest highways.

The truck - which has been dubbed a "Pothole Killer" - utilizes a spray injection process to apply materials to damaged road sections

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More Noise Barriers Installed In Binghamton

Workers are erecting additional noise barrier walls in Binghamton as part of the Prospect Mountain Project.

Traffic on the eastern end of Prospect Street is limited to one lane while crews are putting wall components in place

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Binghamton Potholes: Find, Fill, Repeat

Binghamton public works crews and their counterparts around the Northeast are facing a seemingly impossible task as they make emergency pothole repairs.

Over the weekend, police reported a major hazard on Riverside Drive at the Johnson City line

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Potholes Pose Ongoing Challenge

Binghamton public works employees are working to fill some of the biggest potholes throughout the city but they're facing a difficult task.

The series of snowstorms and the freeze-thaw cycle have resulted in unusually large numbers of potholes throughout the entire region with a month left in winter

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