PANYNJ Goes Cashless
On December 11th the last of the PANYNJ's cash toll booths were deactivated at the Lincoln Tunnel. This is the final part of the agency’s upgrade to a new state-of-the-art tolling system utilizing the automatic all-cashless toll collection system.
Yonkers Finishes I-95 Project Early and $1M Under Budget
Yonkers recently completed the NYS Thruway Authority infrastructure improvement project on I-95 in Westchester County. The project was completed ahead of schedule and approximately $1 million under its original $19.9 million contract value.
Substantial Completion of $95 Million Yonkers Newburgh-Beacon Bridge Project
The substantial completion of this Yonkers project is nine months ahead of the original schedule. The project, which started in December 2020, was originally scheduled for completion in summer 2023.
Newburgh-Beacon Bridge (I-84) Over Hudson River
Yonkers has recently completed steel strengthening and bridge deck replacement at the Newburgh Beacon Bridge North Span for the New York State Bridge Authority. This included a composite steel and concrete grid deck, concrete barrier with granite curb.
GWB, Cashless Tolling Infrastructure July 2022
The GWB requires infrastructure work including gantries; structural foundations; temporary and permanent traffic signage; civil, power, and communications work; and infrastructure work for the conversion of conventional tolling operations to open road cashless tolling.
First Six Months of 2022
Yonkers had a very successful first half of 2022, with contract awards for five highway and bridge projects for New York State DOT and Connecticut DOT, and a Design-Build Substation project at JFK Airport for the Port Authority, and a Substation Replacement project for PATH In New Jersey.
NYC Borough Based Jails Design-Build Program – Bronx Site Preparation
The Bronx Jail Preparation site is bordered by E 142nd Street to the north, E 141st Street to the south, Concord Avenue to the west, and Bruckner Boulevard and Southern Boulevard to the east. The site is also adjacent to the underground MTA No. 6 Subway.