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Commuting Concerns / Trouble spots for the upcoming week

I-90/Thruway (Hamburg): The eastbound ramp to Exit 56 (Route 179) will be closed all week.

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I-90/Thruway (Irving): There will be lane restrictions in both directions between Exit 58 (Route 438) and Exit 59 (Route 60) from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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I-190/Niagara Thruway (Buffalo): There will be lane restrictions southbound from Exit 11 (Route 198) to Exit 9 (Peace Bridge) all week between 8 p.m. and 10 a.m.

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I-190/Niagara Thruway (Grand Island): The southbound right lane will be closed from Exit 18 (Grand Island Boulevard) to the South Grand Island bridge from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday.

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I-290/Youngmann Highway (Amherst): The westbound left lanes at Exit 4 (I-990) will be closed from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday.

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Route 198/Scajaquada Expressway (Buffalo): The left lane will be closed in both directions from Route 33 to Parkside Avenue Tuesday through Sunday. There will be intermittent lane restrictions all week between Route 33 and the I-190.

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Route 391 (Village of Hamburg): The road will be closed westbound all week between Route 62 and McKinley Parkway.

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Route 219 (Boston, Concord): There will be lane restrictions in both directions from Genesee Road to Springville all week.

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Route 62 (Village of Hamburg): There will be lane restrictions in both directions all week from Legion Drive to Lake Street.

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Route 240 (Aurora, Colden): The road will be closed in both directions from Behm Road to Knapp Road all week and from Heath Road to Holland-Glenwood Road all week.

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Route 240/Harlem Road (Cheektowaga): There will be restrictions both directions between Genesee Street and Cleveland Drive all week.

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Tonawanda Creek Road (Clarence): The road will be closed in both directions from Transit Road to Westphalinger Road all week.

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Route 391 (Hamburg): There will be restrictions in both directions from Newton Road to Route 62 all week.

For more information on these and other road projects in Western New York and Southern Ontario, visit the Niagara International Transportation Technology Coalition's Web site at: www.nittec.org.

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