Bridge Construction Over Payne Street

Sprain Brook Parkway Lane Reduction

Due to bridge construction work, traffic on the southbound Sprain Brook Parkway will be shifted to the northbound roadway, reducing the Parkway from three to two lanes in each direction. This shift is expected to begin on August 21, 2017 and last until November 20, 2017. The shift will occur south of Route 100C, continue for one-half of a mile, then shift back north of Interstate 287. This traffic shift and lane reduction is necessary to perform the bridge replacement.

Significant traffic delays are anticipated.

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Payne Street Rendering

Project Details

Accelerated construction methods will be used to build the new bridge. Additional safety features on the new bridge will include new guiderails, as well as concrete sidewalks and pedestrian lighting on Payne Street.

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Transit Options

Taking the bus, train, or combination of the two during the construction period may help to alleviate and avoid traffic congestion.

For itinerary planning assistance, email 511NY Rideshare or dial 511 and say "Rideshare."

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Find Park & Ride Lots

Use our Park & Ride map to locate the nearest lot where you can meet your carpool partners. By carpooling, you help reduce congestion and can avoid delays!

For assistance with Park & Ride lots, email 511NY Rideshare or dial 511 and say "Rideshare."

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Carpooling during the construction period will not only help to alleviate traffic, but it can also help you save money. Sign up and our ridematch tool will find other users with similar start and end locations. Learn how ridematching works.

For carpooling assistance, email 511NY Rideshare or dial 511 and say "Rideshare."

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Transit

Metro-North Commuter Rail

  • Metro-North services multiple locations in Westchester County via the Harlem Line and the Hudson Line.
  • Metro-North Harlem Line operates between Grand Central Terminal and Wassaic with stops in Scarsdale, White Plains, Valhalla, Hawthorne and more.
  • Metro-North Hudson Line operates between Grand Central Terminal and Poughkeepsie with stops in Irvington, Tarrytown, Ossining and more.
  • View a map of the system here.

Bee-Line Bus

  • The Bee-Line bus system operates within Westchester County with approximately 60 bus routes, including local, limited-stop and express buses.
  • Several bus routes service Metro-North train stations.
  • Shuttle services are provided to corporate parks along the I-287 corridor.
  • Click here for a more information and to view a map of the bus routes.
  • For bus schedules click here, or call the Bee-Line Information Center at (914) 813-7777, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Automated information is available 24 hours a day.

Leprechaun Lines Commuter Bus

  • The Leprechaun Connection (TLC) provides commuter service from Dutchess and Putnam Counties to Westchester Medical Center and White Plains.
  • There are frequent trips in both the morning and the afternoon.
  • TLC services downtown White Plains as well as corporate parks along Westchester Avenue.
  • For schedule information or to view the bus route map, click here.
  • For more information, call Leprechaun Lines at (845) 565-7900 or (800) 624-4217.