Motorists planning on driving on Route 100 in Westchester County can expect delays for several weeks as contracting crews complete construction work in Greenburgh and White Plains.
The New York State Department of Transportation announced on Thursday that beginning this week, the right lanes on the north and southbound sides of Route 100 near the intersection of Route 119 in Greenburgh and White Plains will be closed for several weeks to allow crews time to conclude construction.
The closures are expected to last through Friday, April 27. Motorists can expect delays and have been advised to plan accordingly for the conditions. Detour signage is expected to be posted and there will be signage in the area.
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