Manhattan Bridges

The island of Manhattan is connected to the rest of the world through 21 bridges and 15 tunnels. The bridges range in complexity from the comparatively simple Harlem River swing bridges to the grandeur of the Brooklyn Bridge and cover a hundred years of bridge construction technology and social change.

There are numerous sites on the web that cover the history and design of Manhattan bridges, including and NYC DOT. The Federal Department of Transportation maintains the National Bridge Inventory.

145th Street Bridge
Alexander Hamilton Bridge
Broadway Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
George Washington Bridge
Henry Hudson Bridge
High Bridge
Macomb's Dam Bridge
Madison Avenue Bridge
Manhattan Bridge
Park Avenue Bridge
Queensboro Bridge
Spuyten Duyvil Rail Bridge
Third Avenue Bridge
Triboro Bridge
University Heights Bridge
Ward's Island Foot Bridge
Washington Bridge
Williamsburg Bridge
Willis Avenue Bridge

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