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Section of Route 17 in Binghamton to Reopen

A busy portion of Route 17 in Broome County could be open to traffic again within a few weeks.

The New York State Department of Transportation expects the eastbound lanes of the highway approaching the Front Street exit to go back in service next month

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Intoxicated Driver Damages Downtown Streetscape

A drunken driver has been blamed for knocking down a recently-planted tree and some decorative features installed as part of downtown Binghamton's Court Street Gateway Project.

The crash happened in front of the Security Mutual Building on Exchange Street, just south of Court Street

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Court Street Gateway Project Nears Completion

The weather may change dramatically day-to-day but additional work is continuing on the downtown Binghamton Court Street improvement initiative.

Workers Tuesday morning were greeted by a small amount of snow on the ground in the project area with temperatures about 30 degrees lower than when they left the job site Monday afternoon

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Wilson Medical Center Work to Close Street

A heavily-traveled street in Johnson City is expected to be out of service because of a project at Wilson Medical Center.

According to village officials, Baldwin Street between Main Street and Corliss Avenue is expected to be closed for several hours Thursday

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

New Court Street Signals Installed

Old Court Street traffic signals are being replaced as part of the Gateway Project.

Syracuse Signal Systems workers Friday installed traffic signals and pedestrian signals.

Traffic at the intersection of Court and State streets may flow more smoothly because sensors have been installed beneath the pavement to regulate the signal

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Binghamton: Striping Before the Storm

Some of the finishing touches on downtown Binghamton's Court Street Gateway project were being applied as the region braced for the rain and winds expected from Sandy.

Striping along the city's main thoroughfare was being done by workers on Friday

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Trees Pop Up in Downtown Binghamton

Dozens of trees and hundreds of shrubs and flowers are being planted along Court Street in downtown Binghamton.

The streetscaping is one of the final steps in the $2.7 million Court Street Gateway Project

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Stuck Truck Ties Up Binghamton Rush Hour Traffic

Eight hours into the new month, an out-of-town trucker learned one of the railroad bridges on Front Street in Binghamton is a couple of inches lower than the other.

The upper section of the truck cab wound up wedged under the second bridge, just north of the Clinton Street intersection

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Bike Lanes Vanish on Riverside Drive

New turning lanes have been put in place on a section of Riverside Drive in Johnson City.

The traffic pattern changes were quietly implemented this week as crews revised lane markings on part of the heavily-traveled link from the Binghamton city line to the Route 201 flyover

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A New Slant On Parking In Downtown Binghamton

People who work and shop in downtown Binghamton soon will have a few more on-street parking spaces. But they'll be in a new configuration that may cause a bit of confusion for some drivers.

As part of the Court Street Gateway Project, a dozen back-in diagonal parking spaces are to be created with pavement markings

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