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I grew up in Bay Ridge when they were constructing the bridge. I saw piece by piece getting laid. When it opened I couldn't wait to cross it. But most important I couldn't wait to view it, and what a spectacular view it is! As...More
The Verrazano Narrows Bridge is a mighty impressive piece of construction and ranks up there with the best of the suspension bridges I've seen & crossed around the world but jeez, it costs a bomb to cross it! With the base $18 fee coupled with...More
I love the majestic look of this Bridge; beautiful design and the lines of it are magnificent. I often travel over it by car and bus and the views from this Bridge are spectacular, breathtaking. Or when in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn this magnificent Bridge looms...More
My cousin has a home built on a hill in Staten Island not too far from the Verrazano. When you open the front door at night, you can see the bridge. Truly a stunning sight.
When driving over, I prefer the top deck. Best views!
The new system of collecting tolls by photographing license plates is a boon to car rental companies who can pass on both the expensive toll and a penalty fee to renters. I don’t know how the city can effectively collect the toll from out of...More
Besides being the 7th largest expansion bridge in the world at 4,260 feet long completed in 1964, there is a tour that you can take of the inside of the bridge at the Staten Island end where the cables lead into the ground. There you...More
Take the R train to the end of the line in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, 95th St. When you get topside, head towards 100th St. along 4th Avenue. It's not a beautiful street, I'll warn you, but it's pleasant and flat and an easy walk. As...More