New Traffic Patterns
Two major thoroughfares that run through the heart of Downtown were changed from one-way to two-way traffic in the fall of 2014.
- Saint Paul Street — between Cumberland Street and Main Street
- North Clinton Avenue — between Cumberland Street and Main Street
This is the completion of the first phase of the City’s Two-Way Conversion Project to implement the conversion of these portions of St. Paul Street and North Clinton Avenue to two-way streets. These streets have been one-way since the 1960s. This phase was constructed in conjunction with the opening of the RTS Transit Center on Mortimer Street.
About the Project
The Center City Two-Way Conversion Project implemented the two-way conversion of North Clinton Avenue from Cumberland Street to Main Street and St. Paul Street from Cumberland Street to Main Street.
The possibility of converting North/South Clinton Avenues and St. Paul Street/South Avenue through Downtown Rochester from their current one-way traffic pattern to a two-way pattern has been the subject of a study since fall 2011.
Download the Project Documents
If you have questions or just need more information, contact City project manager Mr. Rich Koss at (585) 428-6862 or email him.
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