Department of Transportation widens Croton River bridge in Croton Falls

The project, which began last year, will bring wider traffic lanes and a sidewalk. (1/16/14)

CROTON FALLS - The Westchester Department of Transportation is widening a bridge across the Croton River in Croton Falls between Somers and North Salem.

The project, which began last year, will bring wider traffic lanes and a sidewalk.

The latest work is temporarily closing the bridge as contractors install the first beams for the new structure.

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The small bridge is an important part of northern Westchester's transportation system, as scores of commuters walk across it every day to get to the Croton Falls Metro-North station.

The project will cost Westchester County $2.4 million. It is set to be finished late this year.  

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