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Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge
Also known as the 59th Street Bridge, the Queensborough Bridge connects midtown Manhattan with Long Island City in Queens.
Staten Island Bridges
Find out about the Bayonne, Goethals, and Outerbridge Crossing bridges that link New York and New Jersey.
Throgs Neck Bridge
This bridge, built between the Bronx and Queens, marks the meeting place between the East River and the Long Island Sound.
Robert F. Kennedy Bridge
What's known as the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge (formerly the Triborough Bridge) is actually three bridges, a viaduct, and 14 miles of approach roads connecting Manhattan, Queens, and the Bronx.
Verrazano Narrows Bridge
Brooklyn and Staten Island are linked by the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, which provides the shortest route between the middle Atlantic states and Long Island.
Williamsburg Bridge
The largest of the three suspension bridges spanning the East River, the Williamsburg Bridge connects lower Manhattan with Brooklyn.
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