February 28, 2014 ~ New NY Bridge Mass Transit Task Force, Final Transit Recommendations
The Village of South Nyack has applied for a $250,000 grant through the NNYB Community Benefit Program to study Interchange 10 and potential development opportunities surrounding it. This interchange in South Nyack is confusing and occupies a large 25-acre footprint. The study could investigate possible reconfigurations that would ideally include an in-line BRT station on a smaller footprint which could free up valuable land for development or local use.
This is this important as it seeks to improve a confusing and inefficient highway interchange (exit 10, South Nyack), provide a future multimodal transit station, and create new economic development opportunities for the Village of South Nyack.
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