Greenburgh, Construction Begins

In Greenburgh, construction has started on the $17.9 million dollar Ashford Avenue Bridge Reconstruction Project. The work covers the Saw Mill River Parkway, New York State Thruway, a road and a walking trail near the villages of Ardsley and Dobbs Ferry. A second project just north, in Pleasantville, is where the state Department of Transportation is scheduled to rebuild two bridges crossing the Saw Mill River Parkway. Residents are gearing up for heavier traffic, loud noise, and lower business revenue that typically follow large construction projects of this nature. Pleasantville plans to shut off the highway in April five nights a week from 9pm to 6am and in June between Exit 27 and Grant Street. There will be detours to Marble Avenue. Over the course of numerous scheduled nights this summer, roadway traffic will be brought down to a single lane in each direction. A public information meeting will be held on the projects in Village Hall at 7pm on Monday. Completion of the project is planned for 2018.

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