Repavement Project Begins on NY State Thruway

Repavement Project Begins on NY State Thruway

By Idy Perl

The New York State Thruway is finally getting a much-needed makeover.

Governor Hochul announced the start of a $18.4 million pavement improvement project that will cover the stretch between north of exit 14A (New Jersey - Garden State Parkway) to south of exit 15 (New Jersey – I-287 - NJ Route 17 South) in Rockland County.

State Senator Bill Weber said, “I’m honored to partner with Governor Kathy Hochul to improve Rockland County infrastructure. The $18.4 million allocated for road improvements in Rockland County will support a much-needed pavement improvement project on I-87. My fellow Rocklanders and I are grateful that our roads are being prioritized.”

“New York State continues to invest into its transportation system by creating safe, reliable roadways that are used by New Yorkers and visitors alike,” Governor Hochul said. “Reliable transportation networks enhance daily commutes and boost local economies through the efficient movement of goods and services. By prioritizing these investments, New York State is paving the way to smoother, safer, and more sustainable travel for drivers on the Thruway.”

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