Tappan Zee Bridge
Residents can now track noise, air quality and vibration levels near the Tappan Zee Bridge.
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.
Six barges and tugboats carrying construction equipment are slated to arrive Monday.
If it works for a baseball stadium like Citi Field, why not a bridge? Giving a corporate name to the new Tappan Zee Bridge might keep tolls down.
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.
The nearly $4 billion project is on schedule, but under the design-build approach, they’re still at work on the specifics, which was a letdown for some.
The day the bridge opens for traffic, which is hoped for in 2018, bus commuters should notice faster rides.
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.
The “old” Tappan Zee Bridge will be out of commission in 2016. That is one piece of new information that came out in a meeting Monday night in Tarrytown.
A race against time may describe efforts to replace the decrepit Tappan Zee Bridge with a brand new one.
Final approval came Friday for construction of the new Tappan Zee Bridge.
The state Thruway Authority approved the least expensive of three options for a new Tappan Zee Bridge.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said an advisory board favors the least expensive option, which would cost $3.14 billion.
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.