New York State Thruway

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Wednesday announced the completion of a bridge replacement in Ulster County.

The state police Thruway detail is investigating the cause of a tractor-trailer crash in central New York that claimed the driver's life.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to keep tolls flat on the New York Thruway until at least 2020.

As 2015 draws to a close, many of us will take to the highways - whether it's dinner and a night out, a visit to family, or a junket to an entertainment venue,  law enforcement officials urge one and all to 'stay safe.'

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New York is cracking down on chronic toll evaders with a plan to yank their vehicle registrations.

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The New York Thruway Authority says bridge and highway tolls won't increase in 2016.

The agency also says Monday a new panel will look at future rates, potential discount programs and other aspects of the system's financing.

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State police say two people are dead following a multi-vehicle collision on the New York State Thruway in Rockland County.

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A heavily-traveled highway in New York is getting a major makeover.

Funeral Set For NY Thruway Trooper Killed By Truck

Dec 20, 2013

A funeral is set for a state police trooper killed in a wreck on the New York State Thruway.

Services for David Cunniff of Duanesburg are being held Friday at Grace Fellowship Church in Watervliet just north of Albany.

The 35-year-old Cunniff died Tuesday from injuries suffered in a crash the previous night at Exit 27 in Amsterdam.

NY Troopers Promise Thruway Enforcement Push

Aug 26, 2013
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New York State Police say they're planning an enforcement initiative along the Thruway starting today and continuing through the week until Labor Day.

Troopers along the toll road that extends across the state are scheduled to be in full force and conduct what's called "Operation Summer Brake," watching for speeders, intoxicated and aggressive drivers and those using cell phones while driving.

Captain Michael Eaton says police will also be conducting checks that motorists are wearing seat belts as required.