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Verrazano Narrows Bridge, Brooklyn
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  • I take the Verrazano everyday to and from work. As you exit the on the ramp to the Belt Pkwy you will see a breathtaking view of the Narrows. I don't mind if the ramp is backed up because I get extra ...  more »
  • There may be other, better views but this was pretty neat for my first drive into Brooklyn. A long suspension span and some lanes were closed for construction. Bumper to bumper and door to door traffi...  more »
  • Quite a Beautiful bridge to drive through when going into Brooklyn. If you don't have ezpass then it will cost quite a bit. 
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  • Lovely place to chill and hang out with loved ones. Although it's an open space and kind of lonely at night police still pass by and secure the place making sure everything's all right. Beautiful view from the pier. Awesome experience. One two many I won't ever forget.
  • Coolest Bridge EVER! Express buses and the s53 bus goes across there too. It is also named Interstate 278.
  • Toll is stupid ridiculous expensive, think now is like $15. So think about it... Traffic can be a pain in the ass.
  • Engineering wonder. Beautiful. Expensive to cross and when the hell are they going to end construction?
  • Drove along the lower deck so couldn't see the great architecture but was most impressed by the quick drive into Manhattan offered by this magnificent piece of great engineering. I actually caught my first ever glimpse of the Manhattan skyline when passing a large white produce truck as I managed to pull ahead of it .....