The latest addition to the project’s assortment of construction webcams is located atop one of the eastbound span’s 419-foot towers. The camera provides panoramic views of the old bridge, which Tappan Zee Constructors is currently disassembling.
The camera is set to capture the largest dismantling operation on the project this year – the lowering of the main span’s cantilever steel cage.
Visitors to the project website can also see the latest batch of construction photography, covering the recent progress at the Westchester and Rockland landings, including setting steel above Metro-North Railroad’s Hudson Line in Tarrytown and pouring concrete for the eastbound abutment in South Nyack.
You can view more photos in the project gallery, or watch the first four years of construction fly by in just two minutes.