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Job Opportunities: The New NY Bridge


After more than a decade of delay, a New NY Bridge to replace the Tappan Zee is becoming a reality. The first span of the new twin-span bridge is scheduled to open in 2016, and the new bridge should be complete in 2018. The new bridge will be designed and constructed to last 100 years without major structural maintenance.

The New NY Bridge will mean less congestion for motorists, with eight traffic lanes, four breakdown/emergency lanes, and state-of-the-art traffic monitoring systems, as well as a dedicated commuter bus lane from the day it opens. Designed and constructed to be mass-transit-ready, the new crossing will be able to accommodate bus rapid transit, light rail or commuter rail. The bridge will also include a bike and pedestrian path... learn more from

The following information is from the New York State Department of Labor.

The New York State Department of Labor will be the main resource for all direct and indirect job openings related to the project. All job openings will be listed on the New York State Job Bank and can be accessed directly from this page. Interested job seekers can apply to these positions directly or they can work with Department of Labor staff any of our area Career Centers.

The following contractors have current openings on this project:

Current job opportunities are available in the following categories. All jobs are posted on the New York State Job Bank.

If you have questions about how to apply for any of these positions, or need assistance applying, please contact us at or call 518-457-0616.

For additional information about the New NY Bridge Project, please visit

For information about contracting opportunities with the New NY Bridge Project, please visit

If you are interested in construction or other bridge-related work, but need immediate assistance, we can help.




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