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State to stick with Fonda bridge plans

Route 30A span won’t wait for bypass study

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New York State Department of Transportation officials say they will go forward with plans to replace and expand the Route 30A bridge in Fonda regardless of whether the federal government conducts a feasibility study for a bypass highway connecting Thruway Exit 28 to Route 30A in Johnstown. Initially, the DOT had intended to build a replacement span on the west side of the existing Route 30A bridge in 2010, but after public outcry the plan ...

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May 4, 2009
10:17 a.m.

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I still favor a bypass directly from Exit 28, past the airport, ending at the intersection of Harrison St & Rte 30A in Gloversville (with a spur to the J'town Industrial Park). Think what a boon that would be to G'ville. Fat chance!