Is the Tappan Zee bridge in the Hudson Valley?
Yes, it is north of the George Washington Bridge ( N. Jersey to Upper Manhattan via Interstate 95)and south of the Bear Mountain Bridge (Southern Orange County to Upper Westchester County via Routes 6 and 202) The "Tap" connects Rockland county to Westchester county via Routes 87 and 287.
The Tappan Zee is a cantilever bridge.
Tappan Zee Bridge was created in 1955.
http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/thumb/c/cc/300px-Tappan_Zee_Bridge_from_Rockies.JPG The Tappan Zee bridge crosses the Hudson River at its widest point.
I live near the Tappan Zee Bridge and it is located in the town of Tarrytown on the East side of the Hudson River (I'm not sure what town is on the other side of the river).
The tappan zee bridge is 3 miles long from the nyaks to westchester.
The Tappan Zee Bridge spans the Hudson River. It connects Westchester at Tarrytown, NY, with Nyack in Rockland County, NY, about 5 to 10 miles past the border between New Jersey and mainland New York State.
The current (as of 2011) toll for cars on the Tappan Zee Bridge is $5 cash (without E-ZPass) and $4.75 with E-ZPass.
The bridge roadway is about 138 feet above the sea.
Yes trucks can go over the Tapan Zee
about 2 min.
You would cross the George Washington bridge, The Tappan Zee bridge, Rip Van Winkle bridge, Bear Mountain bridge, Poughkeepsie railroad bridge, Mid-Hudson bridge, Newburgh Beacon bridge, and the Kingston-Rhinecliff bridge
Construction started in 1956 and the bridge opened up for traffic in 1955.
longest bridge - Tappan Zee Bridge longest span - Verazano Narrows
Yes They can. They just have a higher Toll
Tappan Zee Playhouse was created in 1911.
I believe the toll is currently $20 for a 5 axle truck on Tappan Zeee(vs $30 on the GW Bridge)
$5 Cash for car and 4.75 with Easy pass
You could enter these coordinates: 41.07, -73.891111
Tappan Zee High School was created in 1965.
290 miles taking I-87 NORTH to the THRUWAY (toll) (via the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE across the Hudson), and then the THRUWAY (toll) - NORTH (on I-87 to Albany) and WEST (on I-90 past Albany) to Syracuse.
To get to the Tappan Zee from the Delaware Memorial, continue straight when you get off the Delaware Memorial, and you'll be on the New Jersey Turnpike. Take that to the Garden State Parkway. Go north on the Garden State Parkway to where it ends. It ends at I-87 in New York. Go south on I-87 which is also eastbound I-287 because it's concurrent to I-87 and you'll be at the Tappan Zee.
It goes over the Hudson River.
The old and aging Tappan Zee Bridge is located up the Hudson River a good 10-15 miles north from New York City. The bridge connects city traffic from Tarryville, Westchester County on the eastern side to the upstate part of New York in Nyack, Rockland County on the western side. The road used by the bridge is the New York State Throughway (designated Interstates 87 and 287 through that stretch) which is a heavily travelled… Read More
No. There is a toll eastbound/southbound only: $5.00 (cash)http://www.answers.com/tappan%20zee%20bridge#cite_note-0 $4.75 (http://www.answers.com/topic/e-zpass)http://www.answers.com/tappan%20zee%20bridge#cite_note-1
assuming the RV is over 7' 6" in height and 2 axles, with nothing it tow- $14.25 as of Jan 2009
I do not believe they are allowed on the section that goes into NY State and connects with the Tappan Zee Bridge approaches.
which one there is like 10 brooklyn, manhattan, williamsburg, verazzano, whitestone, george washington, tappan zee, thats all i can think of right now
75 miles taking this route: Go up to I-87, and follow signs to I-87 NORTH. Take I-87 NORTH on the THRUWAY (partial toll road) to NY-17 WEST to MIDDLETOWN off EXIT 16. You will be crossing the Hudson River via the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll bridge). Take NY-17 WEST to Middletown.
Travelling from New Jersey to Rhode Island involves crossing the Hudson River. Besides the Holland Tunnel, there is also the Lincoln Tunnel and George Washington Bridge. They all lead into Manhattan and may involve New York City traffic. Better still would be to head further north to the New York State Thruway Tappan Zee Bridge or the I-84 Newburgh-Beacon Bridge.
Florence Ripley Mastin has written: 'Over the Tappan Zee'
1,855 miles taking this route: Take I-95 SOUTH (towards NEW YORK CITY), from New Haven, to I-287 WEST to WHITE PLAINS and the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE off EXIT 21 in NEW YORK. Take I-287 WEST, across the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll), and SOUTH thru NEW JERSEY, to I-80 WEST to DELAWARE WATER GAP off EXIT 41 B in NJ. Take I-80 WEST all the way across to LARAMIE, WYOMING.
430 miles taking the New York State THRUWAY (toll) on I-87 NORTH (across the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll)) from NYC to Albany, and on I-90 WEST from Albany to Buffalo.
Toll Plaza 09 is the Southbound Tappan Zee Toll Barrier.
I-90 West I-84 West 15 South I-91 South 15 South (Hutchinson River Parkway) I-287 West Garden State Parkway South to Exit 105
321 miles taking this route: Take U.S. 202/206 NORTH from Chalfont to I-287 NORTH to MORRISTOWN in NEW JERSEY. Take I-287 NORTH (& EAST) around NEW YORK CITY, to I-95 NORTH to NEW HAVEN, via the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll bridge) to cross the HUDSON RIVER. Take I-95 NORTH to Boston. To get to BOSTON itself, take I-93 NORTH (EXIT 12 off I-95 in MASSACHUSETTS).
410 miles taking this route: Take NY-98 NORTH, from Attica, to I-90 New York State THRUWAY (toll road) @ Batavia; follow signs on the ramp to I-90 THRUWAY - EAST to ALBANY. Take the THRUWAY (toll) - EAST (on I-90 to Albany) and SOUTH (on I-87 from Albany) to New York City. You will be crossing the Hudson River via the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll).
194 miles taking this route: Take I-81 NORTH, from Harrisburg, to I-78 EAST to ALLENTOWN at EXIT 89. Take I-78 EAST to I-287 NORTH to MORRISTOWN at EXIT 29 in NEW JERSEY. take I-287 NORTH (& EAST) around New York, and across the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll bridge), to TARRYTOWN.
White Plains, NY is located in Westchester County. It is approx 35 - 40 minutes to Manhattan by car and 40-50 minutes by train. White Plains is where the county seat in Westchester resides. White Plains is next to Rockland County which is just over the Tappan Zee bridge.
The driving distance from Providence, Rhode Island to Hershey, Pennsylvania is about 350 miles taking this route: Take I-95 SOUTH, from Providence, to I-287 WEST to WHITE PLAINS and the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE at EXIT 21 in NEW YORK STATE. Take I-287, around NEW YORK CITY and across the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll), to I-78 WEST to EASTON, PA at EXIT 21B in NEW JERSEY. Take I-78 WEST to I-81 SOUTH to HARRISBURG at EXIT… Read More
620 miles up I-95 via I-287 (EXIT 10 off NJ TURNPIKE) and the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll) (as opposed to the GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE) and via I-295 NORTH (EXIT 11 off I-95 in RHODE ISLAND) to bypass Providence. NOTE: MAKE SURE YOU FOLLOW SIGNS TO NJ TURNPIKE FROM DELAWARE TO NJ-NY.
104 miles taking this route: Take I-87 NORTH/I-287 WEST (NY State THRUWAY) from Tarrytown, across the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll), to the GARDEN STATE PKWY to NEW JERSEY at EXIT 14A. Take the GARDEN STATE PKWY (toll) SOUTH to TOMS RIVER.
The TZ Bridge has 8 floating caissons. The main span. A 2,416-ft-long through truss comprises a 1,212-ft-long center span flanked by two 602-ft-long side anchor spans. Its piers are composed of steel truss towers set on buoyant reinforced concrete caissons, which are supported on vertical piles. Pumps are used to maintain the buoyancy of the caissons.
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, Lincoln Tunnel, and George Washington Bridge, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey created a plan for a bridge to cross the Hudson River further up the river but not so far that drivers could not reach New Jersey from its' connection… Read More
New York and New Jersey are right next to each other. They are separated by the Hudson River, which flows down the northeast side of New Jersey, and the west side of Manhattan. There are a few ways to get into Manhattan from New Jersey. You can take the: George Washington Bridge (which traverses the Hudson River at Fort Lee, New Jersey, and Upper Manhattan, at West 181st Street) Lincoln Tunnel (which traverses the Hudson… Read More
675 miles taking this route: Take I-77 NORTH (towards STATESVILLE), from Charlotte, to I-81 NORTH to ROANOKE off EXIT 32 in VIRGINIA. Take I-81 NORTH to I-78 EAST to ALLENTOWN off EXIT 89 in PENNSYLVANIA. Take I-78 EAST to I-287 NORTH to MORRISTOWN off EXIT 29 in NEW JERSEY. Take I-287 NORTH & EAST, around New York City, and across the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll) crossing the Hudson, to White Plains.
450 miles taking this route: Take I-91 SOUTH from Greenfield to I-95 SOUTH to NEW YORK CITY in New Haven, CONNECTICUT. Take I-95 SOUTH to Washington, D.C. To bypass New York City, take I-287 WEST (via TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE, as opposed to GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE) [EXIT 21 off I-95 in NEW YORK (very first exit in New York (state)].
There's the George Washington, the Tappen Zee, and the two from Staten Island to Jersey.
354 miles Although driving it is actually 370 miles (595 km) in total 335 miles (539 km) from Stamford to the Border taking this route: Take I-95 SOUTH (or CT-15 MERRITT PARKWAY - SOUTH) towards NEW YORK, from Stamford, to I-287 WEST to the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE at EXIT 21 (off I-95)/EXIT 26W (off the HUTCHINSON RIVER PARKWAY, which is the continuation of the Merritt Parkway) in NEW YORK. Take I-287 WEST, across the Tappan… Read More
166 miles taking this route: Start out on NY-9H NORTH, and then take NY-9H NORTH briefly to U.S. 9 NORTH; then continue on U.S. 9 NORTH to the N.Y. STATE THURWAY (toll road) to NEW YORK. Follow signs to I-87 THURWAY - SOUTH to NEW YORK. Take I-87 SOUTH, across the TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE (toll), and thru the BRONX on the MAJ. DEEGAN EXPWY, to I-278 WEST across the TRIBORO BRIDGE (toll bridge) towards QUEENS… Read More