The Tappan Zee Bridge is built out of concrete, timber piles, steel H pile, steel piping and trusses. Located about 25 miles north of midtown Manhattan, the total length of the bridge is nearly 16,013 feet long. More »

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The Tappan Zee Bridge was built in 1955 and opened to the public on December 15 of that year. It is the longest bridge in the state of New York, and its completion connected Rockland and Westchester Counties for the firs... More »

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The Tappan Zee Bridge crosses one of the widest points of Hudson River, connecting the villages of South Nyack in Rockland County and Tarrytown in Westchester County. It is about 25 miles north of Midtown Manhattan, and ... More »

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The Tappan Zee Bridge was built in 1955 and opened to the public on December 15 of that year. It is the longest bridge in the state of New York, and its completion connected Rockland and Westchester Counties for the firs... More »

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The Tappan Zee Bridge is a cantilever bridge spanning New York's Hudson River at one of the widest points. Opened in 1955, the Governor Malcom Wilson Tappan Zee Bridge is 90 feet wide, 16,013 feet long and has eight soli... More »

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The Tappan Zee Bridge crosses one of the widest points of Hudson River, connecting the villages of South Nyack in Rockland County and Tarrytown in Westchester County. It is about 25 miles north of Midtown Manhattan, and ... More »

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Major traffic issues exist on New York's Tappan Zee Bridge due to overcrowding. Designed to accommodate 100,000 vehicles on a peak traffic day, it routinely carries approximately 138,000 vehicles daily. The traffic is on... More »

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