DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. -- A section of Cedar Street in Dobbs Ferry will be converted to one-way traffic Monday, Jan. 13 for repair work.
The United Water Company will be repairing a water main break at the intersection of Cedar Street and Broadway starting Monday, Jan. 13. Work is expected to continue from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Friday Jan. 17 or until work is completed.
"In order to keep a safe flow of traffic, Cedar Street will be converted to a one way street traveling eastbound towards Broadway," Dobbs Ferry officials said.
Residents looking to access Cedar Street between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. are asked to use the side streets from Broadway connecting to Main Street.
There will be no parking on the south side of Cedar Street while United Water is working in the street. Parking will resume on both sides of Cedar Street after 5 p.m. each day. The Bee Line Bus will not run on Livingston Avenue, Main Street and Cedar Street for the duration of this project. The School bus stop on Cedar Street will be moved to Main Street at Cedar Street.
"The leak was discovered during the course of the water company's current infrastructure improvement project being done on Broadway in front of Stop & Shop," representatives said. "The water company has advised there will be no negative effect during the work phase on water flow to customers on Cedar Street. This leak is due to old water company infrastructure and must be corrected to avoid the risk of a more serious break."
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