“I have road construction going on in front of my house. The construction foreman told me i can’t use my driveway for a couple of days and will have to park in the (under construction)street. Can they make me park in the street and keep me from using my driveway and garage to park my car?”
So you’re asking me whether you can drive your car through a legally sanctioned (I assume they have the proper permits) construction zone, across what could be anything from unpaved dirt to uncured pavement to 20-foot deep ditches, interrupting the construction which they are no doubt trying to complete as quickly as possible so as to restore access, because you need to exercise the right to use your driveway?
Short answer, no. Regardless of your property rights in the driveway, the street is generally public property, which you use based on your rights as a member of the public. Like any other member of the public, you can’t cross it when it’s under construction.
If it’s a private road, the analysis is similar, except your rights to cross are based on an agreement with the road owner, which agreement doubtless has an exceptioin for reasonable construction and repair activity (whether or not that exception is explicitly stated).