Roadwork in Kingston Continues

KINGSTON – While Governor Cuomo has issued a halt for all non-essential construction work statewide, essential work is still happening in the City of Kingston during this time. Essential construction work includes roads, bridges, transit facilities, utilities, hospitals or health care facilities, affordable housing, and homeless shelters.

As a utility service, Central Hudson’s gas line replacement work will continue without entry into customers’ homes and without interruption of services. Main installations are ongoing in Midtown. For the latest updates on where Central Hudson crews will be digging, visit:

NYS DOT-led projects are also continuing in the City of Kingston, including building the Empire State Trail. Crews are currently working on erosion control measures, and drainage along Route 32. Minor traffic delays should be anticipated next week.

Next week, construction on the I-587 Roundabout will include drainage and temporary traffic signal work. Traffic delays should be expected.

Drivers should be aware that fines are doubled for speeding in a work zone. In accordance with the Work Zone Safety Act of 2005, convictions of two or more speeding violations in a work zone could result in the suspension of an individual’s driver license.

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