Snake Hill Road Bridge Reopens in West Nyack After Renovation

The Snake Hill Road Bridge in West Nyack is now open to traffic following months of construction work. Funded by a New York State grant, the Town of Clarkstown undertook this project to replace the aging bridge over the CSX rail line.

The reopening of the Snake Hill Road Bridge brings relief to local residents and commuters, offering a safer and improved transportation route. The grant from New York State played a crucial role in ensuring the bridge’s renovation, highlighting the significance of government support in maintaining essential infrastructure.

 

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