For Immediate Release: 08/29/19
Steven Gosset | Steven.Gosset@nypa.gov
Media Relations | (914) 390-8192
SENECA FALLS TO CLOSE ROAD FOR CAYUGA-SENECA CANAL CULVERT REPAIR
SENECA FALLS—Traffic will be limited on a road in the town of Seneca Falls to enable contractors for the New York State Canal Corporation to perform repairs on a culvert that feeds water to the Cayuga-Seneca Canal.
Bayard Street will be closed between Bridge Street and Ovid Street except for local traffic to homes and businesses. However, vehicles will not be allowed to travel over the culvert.
Motorists can use Bridge Street, Barker Street and Ovid Street to detour around the culvert.
Canal operations are not affected by the road closure.
About the New York State Canal Corporation
New York’s canal system includes four historic canals: the Erie, Champlain, Oswego and Cayuga-Seneca. Spanning 524 miles, the waterway links the Hudson River with the Great Lakes, the Finger Lakes and Lake Champlain. The canals form the backbone of the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor and connect hundreds of unique and historic communities. In 2019, New York will mark the 200th anniversary of the first trip taken on the Erie Canal, from Rome to Utica.
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