Traffic in Port Jeff Station due is forcing drivers to put the brakes on but while some local businesses are seeing some frustrated customers, they aren't necesarrily seeing a loss in business.
Danielle Martell of Cactus Salon in Port Jefferson Station said the biggest problem they are seeing from the construction is late customers.
"A lot of our customers are calling saying they will be late due to 112 traffic. They aren't missing their appointments, they are just late.
Thunder Bikes Long Island Motorcyclesowner Ron Starke is seeing a different type of problem.
"It's forcing detours down here. It's really creating a jam of traffic. It makes it difficult for my customers on motorcycles to come in and out. There's really no turning room, no buffer zone, so it's very difficult for vehicles to get in and out of the driveways, especially those heading north [on Jayne Boulevard]."
So far, the local shops Patch has spoken with haven't seen a decline in business.
"Some customers are complaining, but we haven't seen a slow down in business," said Nick Shah, owner of All in the Family Cards.