ORANGETOWN, N. J. -- Not only are motorists feeling the pinch from the Orangeburg Road bridge construction project, walkers and cyclists will notice it, too, according to lohud.com.
The $14-million bridge project, which started in March, is closing two lanes on Orangeburg Road and also closing a portion of the walking and cycling trail underneath the bridge. That walking trail is currently being renovated as well, lohud.com says.
The bridge is a link between Route 303 and Western Highway, and runs over the CSX freight train tracks. Trains will continute to run, but the portion of the trail under the bridge will be closed, at least at first, lohud.com reports.
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