Girder Assemblies? Check. Stay Cables? Check.

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Comic relief passed me in another lane today as I wondered why there was traffic on Saturday afternoon. I was in the thick of it going to Rockland and watched cars backed up to nearly White Plains on the way back.

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More than 12 of the 192 stay cables, and final steel girder assemblies for the Rockland-to-Westchester span, were installed. Remaining girder assemblies for the span set to open in 2017 will be installed in the next few weeks, per a recent press release.

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On another note: those six planned belvederes/viewing areas on the shared use path are interesting; however, they don’t take into account the sun and wind. I wish they’d been planned with more practicality in mind.

I’d like to know what you think.

Copyright © Janie Rosman and Kaleidoscope Eyes 2016

2 comments so far

  1. Phil Benza on

    What is your concern with the Belvederes?

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    • nykeypad on

      Thank you for reading my blog post, Mr. Benza. I linked it to an earlier post, where I said I’d appreciate if each of the six areas had a back and at least one side akin to a bus shelter – and more shade.

      One of the renditions, which shows a person in a wheelchair, is one of two designs that offer the most shade. This is not the same as the street or Walkway Over The Hudson or another short walking bridge; this is a long, open path high above the river, and the viewing areas offer little to no protection from the sun, its reflection off the water or wind.

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