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One-way to be wrong way in Amsterdam come Oct. 1

New traffic pattern expected to aid Rug City navigation

Green arrows on this map provided by the state Department of Transportation depict new two-way traffic patterns that will replace one-way traffic in downtown Amsterdam. The traffic patterns will take effect Oct. 1.
Green arrows on this map provided by the state Department of Transportation depict new two-way traffic patterns that will replace one-way traffic in downtown Amsterdam. The traffic patterns will take effect Oct. 1.
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People familiar with driving around Amsterdam chuckle when they ponder what to expect next week when new traffic patterns go into effect. Changes will bring oncoming traffic into lanes people have grown accustomed to traveling in only one direction for more than 30 years. It’s a change expected to make it easier for people to find downtown businesses — but one some don’t expect will be easy for drivers to get used to. “It’s going ...


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