Bridges & Tunnels

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Photo of the tiling within the Lincoln Tunnel, designating the state line between New York and New Jersey.
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George Washington Bridge

Photo of the span of the George Washington Bridge.

Connects upper Manhattan and Fort Lee, NJ. This iconic Hudson crossing is the busiest bridge in the world.

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Holland Tunnel

Photo of the Holland Tunnel toll booths.

Connects lower Manhattan and Jersey City, NJ. This landmark tunnel continues to be emulated by engineers around the world.

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Lincoln Tunnel

Photo of the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel.

Connects midtown Manhattan and Weehawken, NJ. This engineering marvel is actually three tunnels and took over 20 years to complete.

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Bayonne Bridge

Photo of the span of the Bayonne Bridge.

Connects Staten Island, NY, and Bayonne, NJ. This steel arch bridge is one of the world's longest of its kind, with a majestic 1,675-foot central span and a new roadway 215 feet above the Kill Van Kull.

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Goethals Bridge

Photo of the suspension cables of the Goethals Bridge.

The bridge is a critical crossing between Staten Island and New Jersey, named in honor of Major General George W. Goethals, the Port Authority's first consulting engineer.

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Outerbridge Crossing

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Connects Staten Island, NY, and Perth Amboy, NJ.  This bridge, along with the Goethals, was one of the first built by the Port Authority and is named for the Port Authority's first chairman, Eugenius H. Outerbridge

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Traffic & Volume Information

Photo of the span of the Bayonne Bridge.

Find out about monthly vehicular traffic information and EZ-Pass usage at Port Authority tunnels and bridges.

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