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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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Owego Bridge Replacement Project Completed

A Route 17 exit in Tioga County has been reopened with the completion of a bridge project.

According to the state Department of Transportation, the Lackawanna Avenue bridge replacement job was finished on schedule

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Bridge Over Route 17 In Owego To Be Replaced

An exit off Route 17 in Tioga County will be closed starting next week as a bridge replacement project gets underway.

According to the New York State Department of Transportation, Exit 64 at Owego will be out of service for westbound traffic beginning Monday

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Snow, Ice Slow Binghamton Morning Commute

Several crashes on Twin Tiers highways made for a slow ride to work for thousands of people this morning.

Some of the crashes on snowy, icy roadways involved injuries.

Many school districts opened late because of the hazardous conditions

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Rush-Hour Collision Slows Binghamton Commuters

Drivers heading into downtown Binghamton on Route 17 may have been a bit late getting to work this morning after a crash near Kamikaze Curve.

No injuries were reported in the collision in the eastbound lanes approaching the Front Street exit

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Risky Business as Binghamton Drivers Disregard Parking Rules

More than three months after new parking spaces were made available in downtown Binghamton, plenty of drivers routinely ignore signs explaining how the system is supposed to work.

Diagonal "back-in" spaces were added as part of the Court Street Gateway Project

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New Height Estimate Posted at Notorious Binghamton Obstacle

The Binghamton railroad bridge that inflicts thousands of dollars in damage to too-tall trucks and trailers every year now sports a revised clearance sign.

The Norfolk Southern Railway bridge over Front Street just north of Clinton Street routinely is the scene of crashes where drivers discover too late that some vehicles won't fit

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Trucker Charged After Fiery Interstate 81 Crash

A tractor-trailer driver has been cited for following too closely after a multi-truck crash that snarled Interstate 81 traffic in Broome County during this morning's rush hour.

Authorities say the pile-up happened around 5:40 a

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Downtown Binghamton Parking Rules Ignored By Many

The new diagonal "back-in" parking spaces on Court Street in downtown Binghamton are being routinely ignored by some drivers, more than three weeks after the pavement markings were completed.

One recent inspection of the spaces on Court between State and Washington streets showed four out of five vehicles were illegally parked

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