The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council has opened a public comment period through 4 p.m. on Friday for street, bridge and pedestrian improvements in Rockland County.
There are three projects open for discussion In Rockland County:
-- Route 9A pedestrian improvements in the Village of South Nyack
-- Palisades Interstate Parkway "mitigation measures" in the Village of New Square, Town of Ramapo
-- Superstructure replacement of an existing bridge in the Town of Clarkstown
The state proposes amendments to the Federal Fiscal Years 2017-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The comment period provides an opportunity for public feedback on the proposed changes to the TIP.
Details on all the proposed changes to the TIP can be accessed through this website: https://www.nymtc.org/Get-Involved/Comment-Periods .
Comments are due in writing by 4 p.m. on Friday, March 24 to: New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, Attn: Olu Folarin, 25 Beaver St., Suite 201; New York, NY 10004; or, by emailing: Oluseye.Folarin@dot.ny.gov
Others with questions also can call 212-383-7246; Or fax: 212-383-7244
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