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Commuting Concerns / Trouble spots for the upcoming week

I-90/Thruway: Westbound lane restrictions, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, between Exit 48A (Town of Pembroke) and the Williamsville toll barrier.

I-190 (Niagara Falls): Northbound right lane will be closed, from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. all week, between Exit 22 (Niagara Falls Boulevard) and Exit 24 (Route 31).

I-190 (Niagara Falls): Southbound ramp to Exit 21A (LaSalle Expressway) will be closed all week. Look for detour.

I-190/Niagara Thruway (Town of Tonawanda): Lane restrictions all week on the southbound ramp to the eastbound I-290 (Youngmann Memorial Highway).

I-290/Youngmann Memorial Highway (Town of Tonawanda): Lane restrictions all week on the westbound ramps to the Niagara Thruway.

LaSalle Expressway (Niagara Falls): Westbound ramp to southbound I-190 will be closed all week.

Maple Road (Amherst): Lane restrictions all week, in both directions, between Niagara Falls Boulevard and North Forest Road.

Babcock Street (Buffalo): Will be closed all week in both directions between Clinton and Seneca streets. Look for detour.

Michigan Avenue (Buffalo): Lane restrictions from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday between East Eagle and Goodell streets.

Ridge Road (Lackawanna): Lane restrictions continue all week between Center Street and Lehigh Avenue, with a signal controlling alternate single lanes of traffic.

Route 324/Grand Island Boulevard (Town of Tonawanda/Grand Island): Westbound ramp to the northbound Niagara Thruway will be closed. Watch for detour.

Also, lane restrictions in both directions at Staley Road, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. all week.

Fuhrmann Boulevard (Buffalo): Lane restrictions all week between Ohio and Tifft streets.

Route 384/Delaware Avenue (Buffalo): Lane restrictions, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, between Forest Avenue and Middlesex Road.

Route 384 (Buffalo Avenue, Niagara Falls): Ramp to I-190 northbound will be closed all week. Look for detour.

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

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