Exit 9 Liquor will be exiting Nys throughways.
The company said it has completed all necessary approvals and is moving forward with its plans to exit Nys.
Nys has been closed since July 1 due to flooding from the Shingle Creek Flooding.
The new operator will operate on the west side of the river, between the Ponce River Bridge and the San Juan Bay Bridge.
Read more from TalkSport:The company has been looking at options to reopen the river crossings in the future, but will have to wait until 2019 to do so, according to a release.
It will also need to pay more for stormwater maintenance.
The exit company was originally slated to operate from Nies at its original site on the eastern end of the San Luis River.
It closed its doors in February after it was unable to pay its bills.
Nys throughway is the only crossing on the Nys River that remains closed due to the S.C.D.N.C., which shut down in May.
That crossing was reopened in January 2018, after the agency decided to reopen other crossings.
The closure of Nys over the past few months has caused traffic headaches for travelers.
There are no toll booths along the Nies, so drivers have to pay to use the bridge, which is about two-thirds the cost of the highway.
Drivers can still cross the river on the east side, where a toll booth has been added, but it costs a minimum of $15 to cross, according the N.C.-Highland County Commission.
Read more at TalkSport.