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This bridge is always busy no matter what time of day or night. The EX pass lanes make it easier to cross despite the $15 toll. The truck traffic can be daunting if they are in the far left lane. You must be careful merging...More
The bridge offers great views of the river - especially looking south where you can see New York and Jersey City on opposite sides of the river. There is a walking path - make sure you stay to the right so you don't get run...More
The traffic flow on both ends of the GWB is far superior to the other crossings. THere are two levels to travel, and if you are not from the area you should take the top level for the views.
Even though this crossing is great...More
We love hitting The Geo Washington bridge on our trips south to Virginia. Usually wonderful nighttime views of Manhattan. Pouring rain on this Wednesday night but that old bridge saw us through our journey south. Till next time old friend.
Good view from the brookly bridge pier.. but to cross this bridge is a big hassle.. takes 30-40 mins every time i cross this.. very high toll too.. i hope avoiding this bridge always :) good for photography though...
What a view of the skyline of New York as you drive east, (and of the setting sum as you drive west). I highly recommend getting on to the upper level of the bridge, which means you need to be in the left lanes as...More
We got right onto the George Washington Bridge from New Jersey to NYC (Manhattan). I've never been over it with such few vehicles before! In fact, one time while driving from Ohio to Maine, I got stuck on the GWB in a 5 hour traffic...More
Current statistics say that this is the world's most traveled and busiest bridge with over 108 million vehicles passing over it each year. Opened in 1931 it held the title of longest suspension bridge until 1937 when the Golden Gate Bridge opened. Depending upon whether...More