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Section 342 Acceptance of a bridge in the village of Green Island, Albany county, and the city of Troy, Rensselaer county, as part of the state highw...

Highway (HAY)

Acceptance of a bridge in the village of Green Island, Albany county, and the city of Troy, Rensselaer county, as part of the state highway system. The state hereby accepts as a part of the system of state highways a certain bridge and highway spanning the Hudson river, between the village of Green Island, Albany county and the city of Troy, Rensselaer county, known as the Green Island Bridge and such bridge and highway shall hereafter be a part of such system, subject to the supervision and control of the commissioner of transportation, and be hereafter maintained, repaired or reconstructed solely at the expense of the state, notwithstanding the provisions of any other provision of law.

  The aforesaid highway shall be under the jurisdiction of the commissioner of transportation and in any future improvement shall be eligible for federal aid in the same manner as any other state highway or bridge.