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The Manhattan bridge
The Manhattan bridge can be crossed by foot car or train. You can walk over the top. The B, D, N and Q Trains cross over the bottom sides of the bridge. Cars cross in the bottom center of the bridge.
The Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River.
The Manhattan Bridge was Built because the Brooklyn Bridge was Overcrowded. After finally closing the gap between Brooklyn and Manhattan on May 24, 1883, development in Brooklyn skyrocketed.
The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge
About the Bridge The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, also known as the 59th Street Bridge, is a cantilever truss bridge over the East River. It connects Manhattan and Queens and serves some of the busiest arteries in New York City.
SummaryAerial photograph: caption: “The Statue of Liberty is silhouetted against New York Harbor. In the background is the Verrazano [Narrows] Bridge, spanning the Narrows at the entrance to the harbor.”
The double-decker bridge connects Brooklyn to Staten Island and is the longest bridge in New York City—and, indeed, the entire country. … The two bridges vary greatly in style; the Brooklyn Bridge features Gothic-style archways, stone anchorages, and a wood-planked pedestrian pathway.
Actual main channel depths along the river vary; with a least depth of 24′ or less at a few locations at the channel edges to a maximum depth of 108′ being found mid-channel at the southern approach to Hell Gate.
the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway is the longest continuous bridge passing over water, the waters of New Orleans’s Lake Pontchartrain to be exact. The bridge is so long that for 8 of its 24 miles, you can’t see land in any direction.Apr 28, 2013