The George Washington Bridge is the only bridge in New York City that connects Manhattan to New Jersey across the Hudson River. The other two links are tunnels. It's free to cross Washington Bridge from Manhattan to New Jersey, and you have to pay for the return trip. According to local people, the cost of crossing the Washington Bridge has increased 5-6 times in 20 years.
George & 183: The Washington Bridge crosses the Sun River from West Manhattan to New Jersey. It's a spectacular and long bridge, and when you leave the city of New York, it will provide you with the beautiful scenery of Palisades. The most distinguishing feature of the crisscross steel support of the bridge is its simplest form, but it also gives it unique beauty. I remember crossing the bridge cost $1. But that was a long time ago. Now it's 14 dollars. Ah.
George Washington Bridge crosses the Hudson River. The suspension bridge is double-decked. There are sidewalks on both sides of the bridge. Traffic is very heavy and traffic jams often occur. The tour guide says that it takes two years to paint the bridge every 10 years. The bridge overlooks lower Manhattan and the Goddess of Liberty from afar.
The George Washington Bridge is a one-way toll suspension bridge connecting Manhattan, New York, and Fort Lee, New Jersey, across the Hudson River. The bridge is divided into two layers. There are 8 lanes in the upper layer and 6 lanes in the lower layer. In addition to the roadway, there are sidewalks on both sides of the bridge. The traffic flow of this bridge is very large. At night, the decorative lights of the bridge are on, together with the flowing car lights, which looks very beautiful and fantastic from a distance.