Everyone has questions about the new bridge that is scheduled to open in 2018.
“When will the new bridge be finished?” “How many lanes will it have?” “What will happen to the old bridge?” are most often-asked questions at Thruway Authority’s Community Outreach Centers, which opened February 2013 in Westchester and Rockland to engage the public and promote the project.
Critics challenged the Public Authorities Control Board’s (PACB) July 16 decision to loan the Thruway Authority half of its requested $511 million, originally intended for statewide clean water projects like sewage treatment.
Safety is the number one priority on the New NY Bridge project. Earlier this spring, you may have heard about a number of boater safety enhancements being established by the New York State Thruway Authority and design-builder Tappan Zee Constructors (TZC).