The city of Mount Vernon is teaming with the MTA on a $25M project to fix multiple community bridges. Zak Failla of the Daily Voice has more:
Late last week, Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas, the city’s grants team and members of the Law Department met with officials and engineers from the MTA to discuss the $25 million project to replace five city bridges along the New Haven Metro-North line, including the 10th Avenue and 3rd Avenue Bridges, which “have been closed for far too long,” according to Thomas.
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This is long overdue as the condition of those bridges have been in horrible shape for years now. Why it took them this long to address them is a concern to me. Hopefully they will be more timely with other infrastructure repairs throughout the system.
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