Scarsdale pedestrians beware.
Come Thursday, June 14, walkers hitting the Bronx River Pathway in Scarsdale will notice a few changes.
Due to the walkers will notice "two significant changes" this week, according to a release from Westchester County Executive s Office.
The current pathway that ends near the "will be re-routed, directing users to a point adjacent to the intersection of Popham Road and Depot Place," the release states. "The dirt footpath extension of the paved path, which leads walkers beneath the Crane Road Bridge to Aqueduct Road (also known as Pipeline Road) will not be available for the duration of the bridge reconstruction."
Signs will be posted to guide walkers around the pathway.
This $39.4 million construction project which kicked off this month, is replacing the old Crane Road Bridge, which borders both Scarsdale and Greenburgh.
It is the "largest construction project ever undertaken by the county on the parkway," according to Astorino's Office.
For the past five years, county and the project, which will take three years to complete.
The project "involves replacing the bridge over the Bronx River and the Metro-North Railroad tracks," according to officials.
For more information, visit the Westchester County homepage at westchestergov.com/craneroadbridge.