New York State Thruway Authority
New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to use $511 million in clean water funds to help finance the new Tappan Zee Bridge won approval from a state board Thursday.
The state is withholding $1 million a month from a contractor working on the new Tappan Zee Bridge project after a barge broke loose from the construction site Sunday — the third such incident since September.
Major construction has resumed on the new Tappan Zee Bridge. Crews started pile driving in the Hudson River on Thursday morning after a long winter break
Even as crews patch potholes, new and existing craters continue to surface.
The State of New York has announced a new, high-tech effort to combat wrong-way crashes, using radar, flashy LED signs, and text alerts to drivers’ cellphones and the resources of local police.
A finance task force will be created by the end of the year to explore toll options to help finance a new bridge.
Residents near the site of the new Tappan Zee Bridge have voted overwhelmingly to add sound barriers on both sides of the Hudson River once the new bridge is complete.
Construction of a new Tappan Zee Bridge will likely require some zoning changes in Tarrytown, but officials say they will not rush to pass them.
Peter Sanderson has been appointed to lead a team of design and construction experts for the new span slated to open in 2016.
For those without E-ZPass, a picture of the license plate will be snapped and the car’s owner will be mailed a bill for the toll.
A race against time may describe efforts to replace the decrepit Tappan Zee Bridge with a brand new one.
Extra efforts are being rolled out to prevent intoxicated people from getting behind the wheel.
In addition to the usual rock salt to aid in ice melt and to help give drivers traction, the state will also begin using an anti-icing mix of sugar beet juice and brine to pretreat roadways.
Tutor Perini Corp. was fined $235,000 by the New York State Thruway Authority for failing to reopen all seven lanes by 6 a.m. The entire span wasn’t reopened until 7:30 a.m., causing a 15-mile backup that stretched past Suffern on the Rockland County side.
There are still plenty of people without power in Westchester County, but County Executive Rob Astorino says there is good news.