What Is the Address of the Tappan Zee Bridge?


It is unknown what the address to the Tappan Zee Bridge is, but it is located in New York and it crosses the Hudson River. It is the longest bridge in the state of New York at 16,013 feet long.
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The Tappan Zee was named for a Native American tribe from the area called
In the 1950's, because of the high demand of traffic traveling to upstate New York and causing major headaches and strain on the Hudson River Crossings such as the Holland Tunnel,
The bridge is named for a nearby Native American tribe called the "Tappan" (zee being Dutch for sea!)
Construction started in March 1952 and it was opened for traffic on December 15, 1955 The bridge is part of the New York State Thruway mainline, and also designated as Interstate
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The Governor Malcolm Wilson Tappan Zee Bridge, or Tappen Zee Bridge as it is often referred, is located in the state of New York and crosses the Hudson River. It is currently the bridge in the state of New York. It opened on December 15, 1955 and is 16,103 feet long and 90 feet wide. It connects South Nyack to with Tarrytown and accommodates 7 lanes of traffic. The physical address of the bridge is 333 Broadway North, Tarrytown, NY 10591.
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