WPCNR BUMPER TO BUMPER. July 19, 2014:
Commuters who drive into White Plains, and White Plainsians who commute to rail into New York City from the White Plains Metro North railroad station will find their passage to the station possibly delayed by street repaving in the vicinity of the railroad station beginning Monday.
The disruption is expected to last throughout August
The Business Improvement District warns that the city will be repaving Lexington Avenue North South from New Street to Main Street, putting more of a traffic overflow onto Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard and Bank Street in the vicinity of the White Plains railroad station.
South Lex will be repaved from Bank Street to Quarropas Street.
Main Street (the eastbound main artery into the city from Route 119 will be repaved from Bank Street to Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard.
Work will be executed from 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., and possibly on Main Street at night, but nightwork is not planned at this time.