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Jul 18, 2021

[Answer] What city is home to the longest suspension bridge in the U.S.?

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...1. San Francisco 2. New York City 3. Chicago 4. New Orleans




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New York City - The 2.5-mile Verrazano-Narrows bridge linking Brooklyn and Staten Island in New York City is the longest suspension bridge in the U.S. This tolled bridge, completed in 1964, sees almost 200,000 vehicle crossings per day on weekdays. But those crossings come with big-city pricing — a one-way toll of $19. (The original toll in 1964 was 50 cents, the equivalent of about $4 today.) The Verrazano-Narrows bridge weighs 1.2 million tons — or about as much as roughly 18,000 Boeing 737 airplanes. When it first opened after a five-year construction process, it was the world's heaviest bridge. Named after European explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano, the double-deck bridge has 13 lanes connecting Interstate 278 from Brooklyn to Staten Island.:


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