New York City Department of Environmental Protection

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced that tunneling for the Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel reached the halfway point as workers 600 ft. underground continued to drive eastward toward the Hudson River. The milestone underscores significant progress on the city's $1 billion effort to repair two leaks in the Delaware Aqueduct.

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced the start of a $158 million project to rehabilitate the Catskill Aqueduct, which has delivered drinking water from the Catskills to New York City for more than a century. The multi-year project includes a variety of work inside the aqueduct and at connected facilities.

The New York City Departments of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Design and Construction (DDC) announced that work is under way on a $35 million project to improve drainage and enhance Jack's Pond in the South Shore's Great Kills neighborhood.

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) was joined by federal, state and local representatives, honored guests and dozens of construction workers to mark the start of tunneling for the Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel — the largest repair project in the 175-year history of New York City's drinking water supply.