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Recent talks renew vigor for the idea of a Long Island Sound tunnel or bridge project to create direct access between the island and Westchester County.
It’s been almost 90 years since politicians and captains of industry first floated the idea of constructing a method of spanning the Long Island Sound to connect Westchester with our suburbanite brethren on the island. And for almost 90 years, the plan has always faltered. Still, new groups continue to revive the idea, and the prospect of reduced travel times remains appealing.
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