The Path on the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge

One of the most anticipated features of the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge is its dedicated shared-use path, which will provide new access for cyclists and pedestrians to cross the Hudson River, offering an exciting new recreational opportunity in Rockland and Westchester counties.

When completed in late 2019, wayfarers will enjoy a 12-foot wide path located on the northern side of the westbound span of the new bridge. Separated from traffic by a concrete barrier, the path will also feature six scenic overlooks across the length of the 3.1-mile crossing.

Check out the live webcams that are capturing on-going construction for the path, and associated improvements at both Rockland and Westchester Landings, and click here to watch an animated video of the 3.6-mile path:

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