New York State Department of Transportation officials will take another look at ways to improve safety on the Onondaga Lake Parkway.
The review comes less than a week after another tractor-trailer hit the low bridge on the parkway.
About $25 million in the state budget will be used this year to prevent bridge strikes like this one.
Engineers will consider enhancing signs and warning devices, but in this case, there are already warning signs leading up to the bridge.
The current system of signs and flashing lights to alert motorists of the bridge’s low clearance was installed in 2011 after the deadly Megabus crash left four people dead. The bridge is still the sight of numerous crashes every year despite the warnings.
As part of their review, DOT officials will evaluate new technology against what was put in place 8 years ago.