Author: Rudy King

Time and nature can take a toll on even the sturdiest of structures, and the iconic George Washington Bridge is no exception. With that in mind, the Port Authority launched an aggressive $1.9 billion investment at the GWB in 2015. The “Restoring the George” rehabilitation project was designed to combat wear and tear, replace aging bridge components, initiate new construction, and provide added layers of safety and ease of travel for the public. This month, the bridge passed a key milestone in the project’s 10-year, 11-part program — installation of the 296th and final suspender rope on the north side of…

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