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‘Tobin bridge’ is a bridge, but it is not the end of the world

By Tania Sato and Sarah Mertz, Wall Street Journal Staff WriterThe first time I saw this photo, I was struck by the way the riverbank was so wide that it almost looked like a beach.

A couple of months later, I realized the same thing: This is the largest, and the longest, bridge in New York City.

A new $1.8 billion Hudson River Bridge has been installed over the Hudson River in Manhattan.

It was constructed as a $2 billion bridge in the 1980s.

The bridge, completed in 2019, is more than a century old.

The original bridge was designed by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in the 1920s, and was designed to span the narrow and muddy Hudson River, an estuary in New Jersey.

The new bridge will be taller than the original, and is expected to carry a capacity of more than 8,000 people per hour.

The two spans are each 565 feet wide.

The New York State Department of Transportation says the bridge will also be much wider, so it can accommodate larger cars, and it will be able to accommodate more pedestrians.

Construction on the new bridge began in December 2019, after the construction of the new span was delayed by construction on the other side of the Hudson.

In 2019, the New York Times reported that the original Hudson River bridge was expected to be finished by 2020, but the original span was slated to be completed by 2022.

By 2020, the bridge was nearly ready to open for its first major traffic flows.

Now, after more than 40 years of construction, it’s about to close for good.

It took almost a year and $4 billion to build, and $3 billion to rehabilitate.

The completion of the bridge marks the completion of a major project that has been in the works for more than three decades.

The Hudson River is one of the busiest waterways in the world.

Its size, breadth, and depth make it the busiest river in the United States, and New York is home to more than 100 bridges, including the twin bridges over the St. Lawrence River and the Queensboro Bridge.

It’s a huge project, but not one that has ever come to fruition.

Construction of the New Jersey-New York Bridge was started in the mid-1930s, when the Hudson was still in its early stages of construction.

It opened in 1937, with the first vehicle crossing in New Orleans in 1938.

The project has taken nearly three decades to complete, with two new bridges opening in 2019 and another under construction in 2020.

The total cost of the project is about $5.3 billion.

Construction started in 1928.

The bridges span the Hudson to the Brooklyn-Queens Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge.

The Queensboro is the longest bridge in America, spanning more than 5,000 feet.

It has the longest span of any bridge in its category, with an average of 7.8 miles per mile.

Construction began in 1951, and by 1970 the Brooklyn Bridge was the world’s longest.

The second bridge opened in 1979, and at that time the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges were the only two bridges in the U.S. that carried more than 20,000 vehicles per hour each.

In the 1990s, it was reported that a second bridge would be built over the river in Brooklyn, with a capacity for over 10,000.

By the end (mid-2000s) there were no more than four bridges carrying over 15,000 per hour, but by the end, it became apparent that there was no need for any additional bridges over Brooklyn.

New York’s bridges are among the most modern in the country.

New Jersey, which had built the other two bridges, is in the process of building the Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan bridges.

These three bridges are the largest in the nation.

The Brooklyn Bridge, which is the third and longest, spans more than 7,000 yards.

It is built at a total cost, of $9.9 billion.

It will be completed in 2021, and will be the third longest bridge on the East Coast, behind the New Orleans-Louisiana and New Orleans bridges.

The first bridge opened, in 1864, at a cost of $5 million.

It replaced the old bridge, the Queens-Battery Tunnel, which was built at $7.5 million in 1884.

The Battery Tunnel, opened in 1930, was the second-longest bridge in U.L.A. The fourth and last bridge, opened at a $3.4 billion cost, is the Brooklyn Ferry Building, which opened in 1951 and carries 1.4 million vehicles per day.

It carries 9,000 cars per day, which translates to a volume of 5,500 vehicles per minute.

The cost of building these three bridges has grown in recent years, and now the total cost is estimated at