NYS DOT’s recent Rt 376 repaving projects improved the road surface, but the infractructure seems to be crumbling apace, as we spotted on a recent walk across the bridge over Wappinger Creek:
The ragged edge of the deck shows other slivers have fallen into the creek.
My arms aren’t long enough to get a closer view:
The concrete roadway is developing potholes in the right hand southbound lane, so the upper surface has begun crumbling, too.
I think the bridge dates to the mid-1990s, based on the aerial photo history from Dutchess GIS, so it’s a bit over twenty years old. Nothing lasts.
Repairing stuff is hard …