The steady pounding has echoed up and down the river this month as pile drivers have tested the riverbed for the new Tappan Zee Bridge being built alongside the old span.
Westchester County and Rockland County executives want mass transit support to be an essential part of the bridge.
The new Tappan Zee Bridge will be right outside the back doors of the roughly 90 townhomes at the Quay in Tarrytown and folks there worry their property values will plummet.
Thousands of commuters will get their chance to sound off on plans to replace the Tappan Zee Bridge.
When you drive by on the old Tappan Zee Bridge and see the barges out on the water you’re looking at the new bridge taking shape and the remarkable thing is work has begun even though the contract hasn’t been let yet.
High gas prices are no surprise in the summer, but they’ve gone up this winter.
‘Disgruntled’ Man Hangs Off Tappan Zee Bridge With Large ‘Rockland Executive Legislature Coverup Retaliation’ Sign
A bizarre incident took place Monday on the Tappan Zee Bridge. A man attached himself to a rope ladder and dangled from the side of the bridge with a large sign for hours.
The cost of a new Tappan Zee Bridge has been shaved to $5.2 billion by focusing solely on the bridge, a federal agency said Tuesday. That means no mass transit – rail or dedicated bus lanes – at this point.
The White House says New York desperately needs a new bridge. President Barack Obama issued an executive order Tuesday clearing the way for a long-awaited Tappan Zee Bridge replacement.
The sun may be down, but the heat is still on and it’s taking a toll on the power grid. It’s a problem that could last into the weekend.
On Tuesday, Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino took State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and Sen. Charles Fuschillo, the chairman of the transportation committee, on a tour of the aging Tappan Zee Bridge.
It’s back in the water today for swimmers who are swimming the 8 Bridges Hudson River Swim.
Some special children got a very cool lesson on this hot day.
At the Tarrytown House Estate, soon-to-be brides and grooms are skipping the long engagement and opting to get married in a few weeks when same-sex marriage becomes legal in New York.
The Mount Kisco Urban Renewal Agency, the City of New Rochelle Parking Authority, and the Nyack Urban Renewal Agency, are just some of the agencies that he says do nothing.