When This Bridge Opened, It Was the Longest Suspension in the World — The Bridgehunter’s Chronicles

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It Was the Longest Suspension in the World
It Was the Longest Suspension in the World – Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge

It Was the Longest Suspension in the World , Originally posted on Transportation History: November 21, 1964 In New York City, the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge was officially opened to traffic in a dedication ceremony attended by approximately 5,000 people. United Press International reported, “A brilliant sun shone on the 4,200-foot [1,280.7-meter] suspension span and a cold wind blew across the lower bay of the harbor as…

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