George Washington Bridge Ramp Finishes Ahead of Schedule

- The Port Authority of NY & NJ has announced that the George Washington Bridge exit ramp connecting the bridge’s eastbound upper level to West 178th Street will reopen this week. It reopens approximately four months ahead of schedule after a thorough reconstruction restoring it to a state of good repair. Maureen Mandich of New York Truck Escorts & Permits commended the Port Authority of NY & NJ for an outstanding job on getting this project completed ahead of schedule. “The assistance that we received when developing alternate travel routes during the construction also deserves a round of applause. I am confident this multi stage project maintaining the George Washington Bridge will be a model for rehabilitating the other local bridges that the local economy relies so much on.” For more information, contact Steven Todd.

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