Today at 10:30 AM, a ribbon cutting ceremony will formally mark the reopening of High Bridge after more than 40 years. Originally built in 1848 to bring fresh water to the city, the historic pedestrian span was built over three decades before the Brooklyn Bridge was completed, making it New York's longest standing span. It stretches across the Harlem River and links the island of Manhattan with the Bronx, measuring 1,450 feet long.
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Just imagine that it was a turn up because it is possible right there because the train in the hallways are not close enough right to the river stream by there it's kind of like 20 foot or 30 foot away from the Riverside so that means it could be possible right there to build a ton of those two and the park will be a top of it and the floats will be have a beautiful park ever only for bicycles hanging around and barbecue and of course fun for the kids and family to play in the Bronx it could be possible Right There in the future but however the problem is that it is so expensive to build a tunnel and who knows
Carlos Rosero (2 months ago)
You know what everyone Americans and citizens let me tell you the truth right now that the hybrid it looks beautiful on to the Bronx and Manhattan but however if the Bronx have a beautiful perfect there standing right to the highway and the MTA trains that right there it will be a beautiful park ever the longest one in history just imagine to express halfway go to be underground and the top of the beautiful park ever all the way to the Bronx right to the Yonkers and all the way the other side right next to the Whitestone Bridge Every changing history