The DOT is Almost Done Repairing the Williamsburg Bridge Bike Path

Posted on: October 1st, 2014 at 10:22 am by
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The dual purpose bike path and walkway spanning the Williamsburg Bridge is almost at the end of its road to rehabilitation. Maintenance work has been underway for weeks to repair the pockmarked and heavily vandalized surface.

“DOT’s crews are working on the Williamsburg Bridge pedestrian path on a daily basis,” an agency spokesperson tells us. “We expect to have the path ready in mid-October. Completion is weather dependent.”

Of course it never helps when police cruisers drive on it.

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