BUFFALO, N.Y. — Work to replace a waterline will cause some minor traffic headaches this week for those who drive the Kensington Expressway into or out of downtown Buffalo.
The New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) says work to replace a waterline is set to begin on Monday, October 19. As a result, Michigan Avenue will be closed between Goodell Street and Virginia Street and lane restrictions will be in place on Goodell Street between Michigan Avenue and Elm Street. Also, the Locust Street off-ramp from NY Route 33 westbound will be closed.
The work is expected to take about five weeks.