New York State officials warn residents to expect delays on Interstate 84 in the Hudson Valley all week.

On Friday, the New York State Department of Transportation released a travel advisory for Hudson Valley drivers.

Lane Closures On I-84 In Orange County, New York State


The New York State Department of Transportation is advising Orange County motorists to expect one lane to close along Interstate 84 eastbound, between Exit 19 (State Route 17) in the Town of Wallkill and Exit 28 (State Route 208) in the Town of Montgomery, starting Monday.

"Motorists should anticipate delays and plan accordingly," the New York State Department of Transportation states in its travel advisory.

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Lane closures are planned from Monday, April 24 through Friday, April 28.

Lane Closures Between Wallkill, New York, and Montgomery, New York


The lane closures are planned so crews can complete drainage work. Drivers can expect just one lane of travel on I-84 between the Town of Wallkill and the Town of Montgomery between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, weather permitting.

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