WESTCHESTER, N.Y. – Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that the New York State Department of Transportation will repair six bridges in Westchester County, beginning next year.
The work is part of a $29.3 million contract awarded by the DOT to repair 13 bridges in the Hudson Valley. The governor said the project is estimated to create 410 jobs.
"The contract announced today will help make these bridges in the Hudson Valley safer for New York drivers, while creating hundreds of jobs in local communities throughout the region," Cuomo said.
The six bridges to be repaired next year in Westchester County are:
- Ridge Street over Interstate 287 in Rye;
- Route 125 over Interstate 95 in Mamaroneck;
- Route 100C over the Sprain Brook Parkway in Mount Pleasant;
- Tuckahoe Road over Route 100 in Yonkers;
- the Hutchinson River Parkway over Route 1 in Pelham Manor;
- and Route 9 over County Road 306 in Cortlandt.
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