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I must say I had to use the bridge and tunnels going onto it today and I was extremely impressed with how well they have done over the tunnels and upon the bridge itself. Everything looked so nice and clean. The tiles were all sparkling...More
It's a pleasant, uncrowded stroll from Chinatown to Brooklyn during the day on a weekday... Chain link fencing obscures views towards the Brooklyn Bridge and the metro makes some noise as it goes by but it's the kind of things one expects in NYC.
Manhattan Bridge was built in 1909 and connect Manhattan with Brooklyn: is one of the most underrated bridges in NYC.
There are no chaos and insane crowds like in Brooklyn Bridge, and the view is a little bit better than the Williamsburg Bridge.
We took the bridge back from Brooklyn. Not as peaceful of a walk as the Brooklyn Bridge due to the fact that this is also a train and vehicle bridge. It can get quite loud. The views are obstructed by fencing, but as you near...More
Although the bridge is impressive as a structure and a work of art we didn’t enjoy walk. Since the bridge has several car lines and a subway lines it’s very very noisy. For safety reasons there are fences all over the bridge so it’s almost...More
The bridge is wonderful However the subway trains are on the outside of the roadway. when a subway train goes over it the roadway goes Down two FEET.on that side that makes me nervous. I f the trains were put in the center this would...More