Judd Road bridge project starting soon

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WHITESTOWN — The New York State Thruway Authority has announced the start of a $5.2 million bridge replacement project in Oneida County. 

The Judd Road bridge over I-90 in the Town of Whitestown is scheduled to temporarily close on Monday, May 9, weather depending, and will be replaced with a new, modern structure, the state officials confirm.

The bridge will be closed to traffic for the duration of the project, which is expected to be complete in fall 2022.

“Replacing aging infrastructure is a priority at the Thruway Authority to keep motorists safe and provide modern upgrades to new structures,” Thruway Authority Executive Director Matthew J. Driscoll said in a statement.

“We are committed to investing in vital infrastructure projects across our system, and will continue to rehabilitate and replace bridges as part of our capital program,” he added. Detour information is posted on signage in the area alerting motorists of the bridge closure and detour route.

The bridge project detour recommends motorists use Halsey Road/Stone Road, Route 233 and the Route 233 bridge to Sutliff Road to return to Judd Road.

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