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How crews will re-suspend the GWB while 280,000 cars drive beneath them daily


The George Washington Bridge opened to cars on Oct. 24, 1931. In the intervening 87 years, its cables and suspension wires have supported the weight of millions of vehicles. They have resisted attack from the salty water of the Hudson River, and swayed in winds topping 70 miles an hour. Now the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which owns and operates the bridge, plans to spend $1.9 billion replacing those suspenders. The agency also will rebuild roadways and helix-shaped bridges leading to and from the bridge. This is harder than it sounds. more

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