Photos of Shared Use Path Landing in South Nyack
While we’re navigating the distance between the Rockland* approach — can it be called an approach if we’re driving from the bridge? — and Exit 10 the shared use path landing is materializing behind the barriers and equipment. In the photo above we can see the new path’s outline, and below workers build its foundations.
Photos courtesy of the New York State Thruway Authority. I vertically cropped the first one, which you can see here. The clouds look like cotton candy.
To those drivers in the left lane who zigzag across the highway — a few times in front of my car — to exit in South Nyack, here’s a hint. Exit 10 comes after Exit 9, which is on the other side of the bridge. You have three miles to safely change lanes.
*meaning land since the border between Rockland and Westchester is in the river
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Copyright © Janie Rosman and Kaleidoscope Eyes 2016