Employees with Traffic Systems Inc. remove light posts from the Crosstown Bridge on eastbound Interstate 68 on Thursday. The work is part of a two-year, $14 million rehabilitation project that also includes repairs, cleaning and painting below the 44-year-old bridge. Workers from the Harmans-based company removed 30 posts in four days. New lighting to be installed will be about half of what was in place, but will be located more strategically, project officials said.
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