Keyword: Henry Hudson Bridge
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Summer nights haven’t been peaceful for some of the residents of 2601 Henry Hudson Parkway. No, it's not leftover fireworks from Fourth of July. Instead, it's construction crews ripping up old asphalt into the wee hours of the night. more
A year and eight months after its initial closure, the pedestrian path on the Henry Hudson Bridge has finally re-opened to both feet and bicycles once again. Construction on the bridge connecting the Bronx and Manhattan sides of the Spuyten Duvyil Creek has been ongoing since late 2017, with one southbound lower-level traffic lane closed for most of that time. The pedestrian path was shut down a few months later, drawing the ire of walkers and bikers who frequented the bridge along the Henry Hudson Parkway. more
If you live in the Bronx and have an E-ZPass, it’s about to get a whole lot cheaper crossing the Henry Hudson Bridge. Free, in fact. more
The Henry Hudson Bridge is going retro. In the 1930s, lampposts on the bridge were made of wood, replaced over time by aluminum poles. But as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority upgrades the bridge, it’s also taking a trip down memory lane by bringing back the wood — and some motorists have already started to take notice. more
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