Thursday, June 3, 2010

Lane Closures on Hicks Street

Says the NYC DOT:
Hicks Street Rail Painting

On or about June 9, 2010, the New York City Department of Transportation Division of Bridges will commence protective coating operations on Hicks Street, from Congress to Summit Streets, both eastbound and westbound. The existing protective coating will be cleaned and/or removed. A new, epoxy-zinc protective coating system will be applied to all metal railings. This work will be performed in two-block intervals, beginning at Congress Street. Work activity, lasting approximately six days in each area, will be done on the eastbound and westbound sides of Hicks Street simultaneously.
The upshot?
Westbound Traffic on Hicks Street (toward Hamilton Ave):
Work hours are 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Monday-Saturday
The parking lane will be closed. There will be no parking anytime in the area where work is performed. Cars in violation will be towed. Advanced warning signs will be posted.

Eastbound Traffic on Hicks Street (toward Atlantic Ave):
Work hours are 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Monday-Saturday
The left travel lane will be closed during work hours. The parking lane will not be affected during the phase of work.
(h/t Craig Hammerman, CB6)

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