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Phoebe construction will change traffic patterns

April 9, 2008

Albany -- Construction of their new medical tower will change traffic routes around Phoebe Putney Hospital.

Beginning this Sunday, the road in front of Phoebe's main entrance becomes a one way street.

The only way you can drive to the front entrance of the Hospital will be from Jefferson Street.

Willson Way, formerly Third Avenue, the circle drive in front of the Hospital's main entrance, becomes a one way street this Sunday. Also the current Medical Tower entrance and lobby will be closed due to construction.  Everyone will have to use the main entrance to the Hospital. Police Officers will direct traffic on Second Avenue.  

 Phoebe Officials say patients should use their free valet parking and shuttles to avoid longer walks from their parking deck.

The construction of their 46 million dollar Medical Tower is expected to be complete by December.

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