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State Awards $60M For Bridge Repair & Replacement










ALBANY – Hudson Valley municipalities will receive $60.1 million through the state’s BRIDGE NY program to rehabilitate ands replace bridges and culverts.

“New York’s infrastructure, especially at the local level, is among the oldest in the country, which makes investments like BRIDGE NY that harden our local infrastructure and invest in resiliency and sustainability so critical to the Empire State’s future,” State Transportation Commissioner Therese Dominguez said.

In the Hudson Valley, 24 projects will be funded.


$4.614 million to Dutchess County for the replacement of the Route 103 bridge over the Saw Kill.

  • $1.5 million to Dutchess County for the replacement of the Titusville Road culvert carrying the tributary to Wappinger Creek.

  • $1.5 million to the Town of Washington for the replacement of the Oak Summit Road culvert carrying the tributary to Sprout Creek, Dutchess County.

  • $2.538 million to Orange County to replace the decking on the Bloomburg Road bridge over Plattekill Creek.

  • $4.328 million to Town of Wallkill to perform maintenance on the Midway Road bridge over Wallkill River, Orange County.

  • $1.495 million to Orange County for the replacement of the Lower Road culvert carrying the tributary to Wallkill River, Orange County.

  • $2.927 million to the Town of Woodbury for the replacement of the Ridge Road culvert, Orange County.

  • $1.5 million to Orange County for the replacement of the Dunderberg Road culvert carrying the tributary to Woodbury Creek.

  • $3.135 million to Town of Plattekill for the replacement of the Old Mill Road bridge over Quassaick Creek, Ulster County.

  • $5 million to Ulster County for the replacement of the Hurley Mountain Road bridge over Esopus Creek.

  • $2.152 million to the Town of Putnam Valley for the replacement of the Horton Hollow Road bridge over Canopus Creek, Putnam County.

  • $1.496 million to Putnam County for the replacement of the Croton Falls Road culvert carrying Mud Pond Outlet.

  • $1.476 million to Putnam County for the replacement of the Croton Falls Road culvert carrying Mud Pond Outlet.

  • $1.5 million to Putnam County for the replacement of the Peekskill Hollow Road culvert carrying the tributary to Peekskill Hollow Creek.

  • $1.3 million to the Town of Kent for the replacement of the Sagamore Drive culvert carrying the tributary to the West Branch Croton River, Putnam County.

  • $1.27 million to the Town of Kent for the replacement of the Nimham Road culvert carrying the tributary to the Seven Hills Lake Outlet, Putnam County.

  • $928,000 to Rockland County for the rehabilitation of the Pascack Road bridge over Pascack Brook.

  • $2.911 million to the Town of Orangetown for the replacement of the Margaret Keahon Drive bridge over Muddy Brook, Rockland County.

  • $4.75 million to the City of Mount Vernon for the rehabilitation of the bridge carrying South Fulton Avenue between East 3rd Street and Beekman Avenue, Westchester County.

  • $5 million to the City of Rye for the replacement of the Locust Avenue bridge over Blind Brook, Westchester County.

  • $769,000 to the Town of Mamaroneck for the superstructure replacement of the Rockland Avenue bridge over Sheldrake River, Westchester County.

  • $1.4 million to the Village of Irvington for the replacement of the Route 9 culvert carrying the tributary to Barney Brook, Westchester County.

  • $1.426 million to the Town of Lewisboro for the replacement of the Oscaleta Road culvert, Westchester County.

  • $5.225 million to Sullivan County for the replacement of the BWS Road bridge over Neversink River.

(Source: Mid=Hudson News)

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