PATERSON, N.J. — A extremely traveled bridge in Paterson has reopened.
Officers lower the tape and devoted the Spruce Avenue Bridge.
Visitors is as soon as once more flowing on the bridge that was initially in-built 1931.
The renovation mission included changing the bridge deck, sidewalks, railings and lighting.
The bridge crosses the Passaic River and is taken into account the gateway to the favored Nice Falls Nationwide Park.
“This is only one of many steps that we’re taking to beautify Paterson, to enhance the realm subsequent to our nationwide treasure,” Mayor Andre Sayegh mentioned.
Work on the bridge took a decade and price $5.8 million.