George Washington Bridge

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Posted in Travel Guide on Nov 09, 2017

George Washington Bridge

George Washington Bridge

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The George Washington Bridge is a bridge between New York Manhattan, New York State, and Fort, NJ. A toll-free suspension bridge across the Hudson River is an important thoroughfare for New York because it contains 95th Interstate highways, 1th U.S. National Road No. 9th, U.S. National Road 46th and other important highways. The traffic flow of George Washington Bridge is the busiest bridge in the world. For 2004 years, the George Washington Bridge has a total traffic volume of 108,404,000 vehicles, now about 300,000 vehicles per day, similar to San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (san Francisco-oakland Bay Bridges). In 2006, George Washington Bridge was the fourth-longest suspension bridge in the United States.
The George Washington Bridge is divided into two layers, with a total of 8 routes, a total of 6 lanes in the lower layer, and a total of 14 routes. In addition to the roadway, there are two sidewalks on either side of the bridge. Although the speed limit on the bridge is 70 km/h (45 mph), most of the time is due to a large volume of traffic, so it is even difficult to reach the speed limit.

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