February 2015
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New NY Bridge Bike/Pedestrian Path:  

More Community Input Wanted on Parking Facility Concepts for Rockland and Westchester  

Once complete, the New NY Bridge to replace the Tappan Zee will offer Hudson Valley residents a safer and easier commute, as well as a brand new 3.1-mile-long shared-use path for pedestrians and bicycles with stunning Hudson Valley views. The path will be perfect for a leisurely stroll, a challenging run or an exhilarating ride.  


There's no question kids love LEGO. To help inspire the next generation of bridge builders, the New NY Bridge project educational outreach team recently partnered with a Westchester business owner to use LEGO to share the power of constructive and creative thinking with local children.     



While the Hudson Valley was spared the worst of Winter Storm Juno on Jan. 26 and 27, the still-severe weather event underscored the challenges associated with building a major bridge over water.



New NY Bridge - Building a Landmark
New NY Bridge - Building a Landmark

The New NY Bridge will stand as an iconic landmark for generations to come, and it is being built by thousands of talented men and women from many trades and skills. With years of training and experience, each of these individuals plays a role in ensuring that the bridge is built to the highest standards of quality. Watch as members of the project team share their insights and experiences in constructing the new twin-span crossing, which will be completed in 2018.



Frequently Asked Questions
Who is building the new bridge?
The bridge is being designed and built by Tappan Zee Constructors, LLC (TZC), a consortium of some of the world's best-known and most highly regarded design, engineering, and construction firms, including Fluor, American Bridge, Granite Construction and Traylor Bros., along with key design firms HDR, Buckland & Taylor, URS, and GZA. TZC is working closely with a team of employees from the Governor's office, the New York State Thruway Authority and the State Department of Transportation.

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