MTA to raze, replace Great Neck bridge

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will close the Colonial Road Bridge in Great Neck Monday.



The MTA says it plans to raze the bridge and replace it as part of a $45 million project to improve service on the Port Washington line.



Officials say the new span will include wider lanes and better sidewalks.



The bridge is 118 years old, officials say


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