New England Thruway (I-95) Reconstruction Project - "Last Mile"


The New York Thruway Authority is completing a decade-long reconstruction project of the New York section of the New England Thruway, spanning I-95 from the Bronx to Rye. Reconstruction of the "last mile" is set to begin this summer, with completion anticipated in the winter of 2020. 

Major components of the project include:

  • Replacement of the New England Thruway (I-95) mainline and ramp pavements
  • Replacement of Grace Church Street bridge
  • Replacement and realignment of the I-287 eastbound to I-95 northbound ramp bridge
  • Resurfacing of the Byram River bridge
  • Realignment of ramp from Midland Avenue to connect directly to I-95 northbound
  • Widen I-95 southbound to provide a two-lane exit ramp to I-287 westbound
  • Improvements to the I-95 northbound/Midland Avenue Interchange
  • Substructure Repairs to the Boston Post Road bridge, Purchase Street bridge, and the Blind Brook culvert

For more information, visit the project's page on the New York Thruway's Website: