Public hearing on DOT's proposal for Route 120

October 1999
Westchester County Business Journal;10/25/99, Vol. 38 Issue 43, p6
Focuses on the New York Department of Transportation's plan to reduce traffic congestion along a corridor that includes Routes 120 and 22 and exits on Intersection 684. Public hearing scheduled to address concerns on the plan; Findings of a design report and supplemental draft environmental impact statement on the plan.


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