(Tarrytown, NY) -- New York State Department of Transportation crews are fixing signs for the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge.
It's not clear how much it's going to cost to correct or replace the signs that contain no "M" middle initial. New York State Thruway crews are also patching over a few signs on the highway for the span that connects Westchester and Rockland counties. The nearly four-billion-dollar bridge opened last year replacing the former Tappan Zee Bridge, and was renamed by current Governor Andrew Cuomo after his late father.
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