Bronx-Whitestone Bridge

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a suspension bridge across the East River in New York City

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The Bronx-Whitestone Bridge is 2,300 ft long and 100 ft wide, carrying 100,000 vehicles a day in six traffic lanes.
Both the Verrazano and Bronx-Whitestone bridges are high-volume, high-revenue producing suspension bridges in the New York Metropolitan area owned by the Tri-Borough Bridge and Tunnel Authority.
Work will begin before the end of the year on the reconstruction of the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Bridges and Tunnels announced last week.
"The approach roadway is reaching the end of its useful life, and this construction project is central to maintaining the integrity of the 69-year-old Bronx-Whitestone Bridge for many decades to come," David Moretti, acting president of the agency, said in a prepared statement.
Vincent Montanti has been appointed the new Facility Engineer of the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, one of MTA Bridges and Tunnels most heavily traveled facilities, which is to begin a $136 million roadway deck replacement project in June.
The corporate park is one mile north of LaGuardia Airport and one mile south of the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, adjacent to the Whitestone Expressway.
The site is located at the foot of the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge on Brush Avenue along Westchester Creek.