Tappan Zee Bridge details due in fall
A picture of what the new Tappan Zee Bridge will look like could emerge as soon as November, when the state gives the public a progress report on its $6.4 billion plan to replace the aging structure.
The November round of public meetings will find the Department of Transportation, the New York State Thruway Authority and Metro-North Railroad well-advanced in the formal environmental review of five alternatives for building a new bridge and introducing bus rapid transit and commuter rail to the Interstate 287 corridor.
The five alternatives, originally identified in September and sketched for stakeholders in a special briefing Wednesday, differ primarily in how the mass-transit elements are developed — decisions that will determine, in part, the nature of the new bridge as well as the sections of I-287 leading to and away from it.
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