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Buy American Saps New York's Vitality, Strains Economy

Forbidding the use of cheaper foreign alternatives, the new law is sure to raise the cost of needed infrastructure projects. In turn, the state will either be forced to let the state's roads and bridges further degrade, make cuts from elsewhere in the budget to accommodate the spending increase, or raise taxes on New Yorkers. Read More >>

Deconstructing the Tappan Zee, Where Does It All Go?

Not counting the prep work, the removal of each of nearly 20 trusses takes half a day before it is secured onto the deck of an awaiting barge. From there, it will head upriver to the Port of Coeymans, New York, some 12 miles south of Albany, where Tappan Zee Constructors, the project’s general contractor, has created a staging area both for material headed down to build the new bridge and for remnants of the old Tappan Zee, headed either to recycling centers or to one of nine New York state communities that have requested segments for their own infrastructure needs.. Read More >>

 


National News

Developers Must Pay for Residental Access Roads

Developers, not Iowa county taxpayers, will have to pony up to build a secondary access road linking remote housing tracts to S.D. Highway 44 east of Rapid City, Pennington County Commissioners decided Tuesday. The commission voted 4-1 to cease any further planning for a 1.3-mile extension of Back Country Trail to South Airport Road, located south of Highway 44, approximately 8 miles east of Rapid City. Commissioners Ron Buskerud, Lloyd LaCroix, Deb Hadcock and Mark DiSanto voted to end the project, while George Ferebee voted against ceasing it. Read More >>


International News

Cabinet to Clear All-Weather Tunnel From Srinagar to Leh

The Union cabinet is set to give go-ahead to two major infrastructure projects costing over Rs 12,000 crore on Wednesday to provide all-weather connectivity to Kashmir and make the Varanasi-Haldia stretch of Ganga navigable by 2022. Read More >>


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