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Construction is underway for a $5.5 billion, 7.6-mile, 1,200-foot-high chimney on Manhattan’s West Side, but scaffolding workers are making it more difficult to see the work by blocking off the sidewalk.
In a sign of how far the project has progressed, the contractor overseeing the project is still refusing to give an estimate of the total cost.
A worker installs scaffolding at the site of the proposed West Side chimney project, in the Bronx borough of New York, on Monday, Sept. 30, 2020.
Workers install scaffolding on the new West Side West Side project, a 7.5-mile-long, 1-mile section of the West Side that would replace a highway and would extend from the city’s Central Park to the Bronx River.
The project is to be built atop a 1.4-mile wall.
It’s a dramatic change from a few years ago when the project was being developed, when the city had a large-scale concrete chimney in the middle of the Bronx.
The wall was installed in a parking lot and a fence.
Called the Westside chimney, the project will be built along a 3.2-mile stretch of the road that runs along the Bronx from the Bronx to the City of New Bern.
While there are no plans to build a new highway on the project, the city has pledged to upgrade traffic signals and install pedestrian bridges.
Construction workers at the construction site of a 1,500-foot long, 1.2 mile-long West Side scaffolding project, where construction will start in 2021, in New Jersey, on Sunday, Sept 30, 2019.
This is the scaffolding that will be used to build the West side West Side construction project in Newyork, New York.
It’s a major construction project and is expected to take five years.
When the project begins, the road will be widened and a pedestrian bridge built.
More construction will be done at the project site, and scaffolding will be added to the road.
An engineer works on scaffolding in the construction area of a West Side South Side project that will replace a major highway.
On Sunday, the New York State Department of Transportation announced the completion of a $1.5 million project to replace the New Jersey Turnpike in New Bern, New Jersey.
The new section of highway will be replaced by a 2.1-mile highway.
The State Department said the project involves adding 2.8 million tons of concrete to the highway that will help improve the highway’s ability to move traffic.
The work, which is expected on the West End and East End of the New Yorker State, was part of the $3.3 billion New York Infrastructure Program, which includes the West Street project and the West Broadway project.
There will also be a $3 million project for the Westchester Turnpikes in Brooklyn and the New Haven Parkway in New Haven.
The state is replacing three sections of the Interstate Highway 495 and 695 in the borough of Queens with the new lanes.
The Queens portion of the project includes the Queens Bridge, which will have a new bridge.
The New York state Department of Motor Vehicles is the contractor on the Queens bridge, while the New Orleans City Department of Public Works and Inspections is the vendor for the Newbury Park bridge.
Workers remove a new section in Newbury Street on the New Bayou West Side of New Orleans, Louisiana, on Wednesday, Sept 29, 2019, as part of a new $4.8 billion West Side section of Interstate Highway 94 that will add lanes for trucks and buses.
New Orleans has the highest population density in the U.S., but the highway will create new congestion in the city.
Worker remove a section in the West Bayou in New Orleans on Wednesday Sept. 29, 2018.
The highway will also have a pedestrian tunnel, a pedestrian plaza, new bus lanes, and new bike lanes.
The West Bayous also will be the first portion of a two-way roadway that will eventually connect to the New England coast, officials said.
Bryan Dezso, a spokesman for the department of transportation, said that the Queens portion is the first of its kind in the country.
Dezso said the Newburgh section will eventually be the second portion of that highway.
New York City is the largest metropolitan area in the United States.