Part of the new Tappan Zee Bridge construction project is being shut down. The announcement brought a sigh of relief to residents in South Nyack.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s point man on the bridge said pile driving will resume but only after the contractor figures out a way to do it more quietly.
The Tappan Zee Gateway Alliance said its main concern is the landing for the shared use path. The group does not want the path to start in a residential neighborhood in South Nyack.
A shared use path going in on the new Tappan Zee Bridge currently under construction. The path is expected to draw bikers, joggers and walkers who will need parking on either end of the span.
A shared use path going in on the new bridge is expected to draw bikers, joggers and walkers.
Work has begun on a new temporary platform on the Rockland County side to help with the construction of the new Tappan Zee Bridge.
A contract worker pleaded not guilty Monday to charges in connection with an explosion at Nyack College in Rockland County.
The River Rowing Association has already been affected by the project.
Two survivors of Tuesday’s explosion at the Christian college in Rockland County have spoken out about their experience and the lingering trauma of the incident.
The explosion happened just before noon at a building known as the Sky Island Lodge on South Highland Avenue.
South Nyack Mayor Bonnie Christian told WCBS 880 reporter Paul Murnane that the current scheme to throw a system of E-ZPass gear in a steel gantry over the Westchester bound lanes at Exit 10 on I-287 is unacceptable.
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.
Actual construction of the new Tappan Zee Bridge has yet to begin, but residents along the Hudson River have already complained about noise.
Mayor Patricia DuBow is concerned that millions in taxable property will be lost, along with South Nyack’s long-held wish for parkland over the Thruway. Dubow critiqued a draft environmental impact study she calls flawed.
About 15,000 customers in several suburban New York communities are being advised to boil their water due to the presence of high levels of coliform bacteria.