The highway infrastructure encompasses nearly 4 million miles of roadway, almost 600,000 bridges, and some 400 tunnels in 35 states. The health of our nation’s bridges is directly tied to the nation’s ability to compete in a global marketplace. Therefore, it is of growing concern that the bridges and tunnels in our nation’s metropolitan areas, which are an indispensable link for both millions of commuters and freight on a daily basis, are decaying more rapidly than our rural bridges.
New York City is home to over 2,000 bridges and tunnels with several agencies manage this network of crossings, including the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ), New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) and Amtrak.
Garden State has been actively involved with many of these agencies in various capacities serving as surveyors and engineering support. Adding to this has been our far ranging support throughout New York and New Jersey and other projects in Louisiana and Pennsylvania and on the international front.