The Hungry Hollow Road bridge over the Thruway in Ramapo has reopened to traffic. The bridge was the first to be replaced in a $31 million three-bridge New York State Thruway Authority project. The Hungry Hollow Road bridge was first built in 1955 and had a vertical clearance of 14 feet 2 inches. Last year it was hit three times by trucks traveling on the Thruway carrying loads that were too big. The bridge’s new vertical clearance is now 16 feet 6 inches. The Scotland Hill Road bridge and College Road bridge will be replaced next spring.