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A network of temporary support beams, left, are seen as James S. Simpson right, commissioner of New Jersey's Department of Transportation, and others use a lift to examine the underside of the road surface of the Pulaski Skyway Monday, April 7, 2014, in Jersey City, N.J. The 81-year-old span will be closed for a major makeover that will take two years, beginning this Saturday. The project will require the closure of northbound lanes that feed into Jersey City and the Holland Tunnel. The DOT estimates about 40,000 vehicles use the inbound span each day, including about 10,000 during the morning commute. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

A network of temporary support beams, left, are seen as James S. Simpson right, commissioner of New Jersey's Department of Transportation, and others use a lift to examine the underside of the road surface of the Pulaski Skyway Monday, April 7, 2014, in Jersey City, N.J. The 81-year-old span will be closed for a major makeover that will take two years, beginning this Saturday. The project will require the closure of northbound lanes that feed into Jersey City and the Holland Tunnel. The DOT estimates about 40,000 vehicles use the inbound span each day, including about 10,000 during the morning commute. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

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