George Washington Bridge

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One of the most spectacular bridges in the five boroughs—and one of the busiest bridges in the world—this two-story, 14-lane structure was opened in 1931, with a lower level added in 1962. Dubbed the GWB by commuters, this suspension bridge—where New Yorkers head to Jersey and vice versa over the Hudson River—is always chock-full o’ cars, trucks, bikes and pedestrians. Patriotic drivers can salute one of the world’s largest American flags, which hangs from the top of the structure, as they pass below.

George Washington Bridge
Manhattan, NY



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