Robert F. Kennedy Bridge

Robert F. Kennedy Bridge,

New York City, connecting the boroughs of Manhattan, the Bronx, and Queens. Completed in 1936 and originally named the Triborough Bridge, it comprises three separate sections—a suspension bridge crossing the East River, a lift bridge spanning the Harlem River, and a fixed bridge across the Bronx Hills. Including the viaducts that connect the sections, the bridge's total length is c.3 mi (4.8 km). It was renamed in 2008.
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Tenders are invited for rk-22- interim repairs to the fdr ramps of the robert f. kennedy bridge.
Construction projects that will be accelerated for completion by July 8 include the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, the Queens-Midtown Tunnel, Robert F. Kennedy Bridge, Hugh L Carey Tunnel.
Tenders are invited for Design/Build Services for the Installation of an Integrated Electronic Security System and Fire Detection System at the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge and Robert F. Kennedy Bridge Facilities
At the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge, EJ is part of a rehabilitation team upgrade the buildings and facilities in the vicinity of the headquarters building, toll plaza and ramp to Queens.