NYC Department of Transportation considers expanding Brooklyn Bridge pathways

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Bridges connect New York City and they are always being worked on.

Tourists, pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists want to see some action on the Brooklyn Bridge.

The NYC Department of Transportation announced a study of additional paths and walkways above the roadbed. Construction work is happening there now.

The study is set to be completed by February 2017. It will help determine what, if any, improvements could be possible.

Other NYC bridges are also being worked on. The entrance plazas for the Triborough/RFK Bridge are being reconfigured and ConEd is finishing up a project at the end of August along the Queensboro Bridge's path.

A giant project is underway along the Verrazano Bridge. The MTA is currently studying plans to add a pedestrian/bike path to that structure.