What is the name of the bridge that connects michigans upper and lower peninsula?
The Mackinaw Bridge is a 7-mile long suspension bridge connecting the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan.
The East River, which is actually not a river, but an estuary, or a tidal strait. Unlike a true river, it connects to the ocean on both sides. It flows south from the Long Island Sound, down the east side of Manhattan and the west side of Queens and Brooklyn, into the Atlantic Ocean. There are three bridges that connect Brooklyn to lower Manhattan: the Brooklyn Bridge, the Williamsburg Bridge, and the Manhattan Bridge. The…
The longest suspension Bridge in the US is the Verrazano-Narrows. The Bridge Crosses the Narrows and connects the Broughs of Staten Island and Brooklyn, NY. The length of the bridge is 4,260' and (1,289m) It has 12 lanes 6 on the upper deck and 6 on the lower deck. The toll to go on the bridge is $10.00 as of March 16, 2008.