• Robert F. Kennedy-Triborough Bridge (I-278)

    Descriptive history and current conditions on the Robert F. Kennedy-Triborough Bridge (I-278) in New York City.

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  • Triborough Bridge - Wikipedia

    The Triborough Bridge, known officially as the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge since 2008, and sometimes referred to as the RFK Triborough Bridge or RFK Bridge, is a complex of three separate bridges and their connecting viaducts or elevated expressways in New York City.

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  • MTA Bridges and Tunnels - Toll Information

    Verrazano-Narrows Bridge (Toll collected entering Staten Island only) $7.00. Bronx-Whitestone, Throgs Neck, and Robert F.Kennedy Bridges; Hugh L. Carey and Queens Midtown Tunnels

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  • Throgs Neck Bridge (I-295) - nycroads.com

    Although Moses received a windfall from his Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority (TBTA), he needed additional Federal and state funds to fulfill his ambitious plans.

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  • Home - POPSUGAR Playground

    POPSUGAR Play/Ground is a new kind of festival on June 9-10 at Pier 94 in New York City. Featuring live music, art installations, shopping exclusives, panels with A-list celebrities (like Mindy Kaling), workouts, and much more!

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  • GRB Environmental Services, Inc.

    GRB Environmental Services, Inc. is committed to solving problems in a practical way that serves our clients by assembling the right mix of expertise, technology and services.

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  • Cost 2 Drive | New York Tolls

    Trip planner and gas calculator with maps, top hotels, restaurants and attractions

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  • 12 Long-Spanning Facts About the George Washington Bridge

    Connecting New Jersey and Manhattan, the George Washington Bridge remains one of the longest suspension bridges in the United States and is responsible for transporting millions of people into and out of New York every year. Here are 12 facts you might not know about the bridge that spans the Hudson ...

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  • Brooklyn–Battery Tunnel - Wikipedia

    In May 1930, the Terminal Bridge Corporation petitioned the New York City Board of Estimate for permission to build and operate a tunnel under the East River. In November of that year, the Board of Estimate referred the Brooklyn-Manhattan tunnel plan to the New York City Board of Transportation, who was tasked with surveying the site of the tunnel.

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  • Robert Moses, Master Builder, is Dead at 92

    July 30, 1981 OBITUARY Robert Moses, Master Builder, is Dead at 92 By PAUL GOLDBERGER. Robert Moses, who played a larger role in shaping the physical environment of New York State than any other figure in the 20th century, died early yesterday at West Islip, L.I. Mr. Moses, whose long list of public offices only begins to hint at his impact on ...

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