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A Few New Road Openings But Still Numerous Closures in Region



Governor Hochul announced that more Hudson Valley roads were expected to open on July 12th, after storms and flooding closed the roads earlier this week.

Hochul said the following roads were slated to be reopened yesterday:

  • U.S. Route 6/202 (Bear Mountain Bridge Road) will reopen in both directions between State Route 9D and U.S. Route 9 in the Town of Cortlandt in Westchester County. Motorists will not be able to cross the Bear Mountain Bridge into Rockland County.

  • U.S. Route 9W will reopen in both directions with reduced lanes in the areas between Cornwall and the Stony Lonesome Gate entrance to West Point/Mountain Ave. This encompasses 4.8 miles of roadway including the major entrance into West Point from the north, restoring the main commuter route.

  • State Route 32 at Trout Brook Road, Town of Woodbury, Orange County will reopen with one lane of alternating traffic via a temporary signal.

Current Hudson Valley road closures:


  • State Route 218 is closed in both directions between Storm King Highway and Town of Cornwall/Town of Highlands line, Town of Cornwall, Orange County

  • Palisades Parkway is closed in both directions Between exits 14 and 18, Town of Highlands, Rockland County

  • U.S. 6 is closed in both directions between NY 293 and Palisades Parkway ramp, Woodbury, Orange County

  • Palisades Parkway is closed in southbound direction between U.S. 9W; U.S. 6; end route and Exit 15; Old Gate Hill Road; County Route 10, Highlands, Orange County

  • State Route 980U is closed in northbound and southbound directions between U.S. 9W and State Route 218, Highlands, Orange County

  • State Route 292 is closed in both directions between State Route 292; State Route 311; State Route 55, Patterson, Putnam County

  • State Route 17 is closed in eastbound directions on-ramp to exit 130A, Woodbury, Orange County

  • State Route 448 is closed in both directions east of North Broadway, Mount Pleasant, Westchester

Source: Mid-Hudson News

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