State to close bridge on Route 9G for six months

From The Daily Freeman:

The state Department of Transportation has announced the Roeliff Jansen Kill Bridge, on the Germantown-Livingston town line on state Route 9G, will be closed beginning Monday, April 19, until October. The closing for replacement of the bridge deck, among other work, will require through traffic on state Route 9G to detour to U.S. Route 9. The bridge is located on the segment of state Route 9G between Block Factory Road and Columbia County Route 10. From the Rip Van Winkle Bridge and points north, motorists will be detoured to state Route 23 east to Route 9 south; to Route 9G north. From the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge and points south, traffic will be routed to state Route 199 east to Route 9G south; to Route 9 north to Route 23 west. Read the entire story at The Daily Freeman.

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