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Erik Johnson is now Shelbourne Global Solutions, LLC’s senior vice president of development. Staff at the Upper Albany Main Street (UAMS) and members of the Upper Albany Merchant Association (UAMA) all extend our heartfelt congratulations. Erik, we wish you continued success in all your future endeavors.
Kimberli Owens reports the following:
The Route 44 (Albany Avenue) Safety Improvements Project website has been updated with the following new schedule content:
Schedule: Week of September 7, 2020.*
Normal Work Hours: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday | Nighttime Hours: 7:00 pm – 6:00 am, Wednesday-Friday
- Nighttime line striping is scheduled to occur Wednesday night (9/9) and Thursday night (9/10) on Albany Avenue and portions of side streets between Oakland Terrace and Bedford Street.
- Daytime paving of Deerfield Avenue and Sterling Street is scheduled for this week. Vine Street paving continues.
- Installation of bike posts and benches is scheduled to begin this week.
- Fence installation continues in various locations.
Traffic Impacts: Expect lane closures, detours, and minor traffic delays during line striping and paving operations. Follow the posted signs on Albany Avenue and side streets for parking restrictions.
Business access will be maintained. All travel lanes on Albany will remain open before 9 am and after 3 pm; during other hours, partial lane closures may occur. Traffic will be maintained in both directions on Homestead and Westbourne. Hartford Police will assist with traffic.
Contact Kimberli Owens at (860)-263-8533 or email email@example.com with questions or concerns
You may also visit their website at http://www.albanyavenuehartfordproject.com for project updates!
On Tuesday, September 1, 2020, city bus #46 was unable to continue its journey along Route 44 because it got stuck in the uneven road surface at the corner of Albany Avenue and Vine Street. The Department of Transportation transferred passengers to an alternate bus so that they could continue to their individual destination.