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Construction of the Tappan Zee Bridge in Westchester County, New York

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Introduction

The aim of this paper is to resolve a variety of public questions about the construction of the Tappan Zee Bridge in Westchester County, New York, which spans the Hudson River. The residents of Westchester County experience big issues with traffic, the climate, and the high cost of toll fares while using this bridge to get to New York. The Tappan Zee Bridge’s building is critical in order to address the public’s concerns. It should be carefully planned and enforced in accordance with the legal rules and policies of the United States government. A railroad must be included in the bridge, as well as a bus path (Berger, 2014).

The construction of Tappan Zee Bridge will address many public issues of both Westchester County and Rockland County. To support the argument, two resolutions will be presented in this paper, which will highlight why and how the construction can help in transforming the public’s issues. There have been various controversies regarding the construction of Tappan Zee Bridge, but it is strongly believed that its construction will help in child and student welfare, clean air and safe food for the locality. Additionally, swift transportation and traffic will generate numerous benefits, including health, security, jobs, and access to quality education for the county (McAdam, 2011).

This paper will discuss the construction of the Tappan Zee Bridge, by defining the key issues regarding the need of construction and how helpful and beneficial it is for the public, but will also give insights on critics counter-arguments on this issue. Finally, the paper will conclude by giving a couple of resolutions that can be applied in order to reduce the critic’s arguments.  

Construction of the Tappan Zee Bridge in Westchester County, New York

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