What if NYC was planning the-mother-of-all-bridges to connect New Jersey and Queens, stretching over Manhattan? What are your initial thoughts?
Opinions online have been mixed, from the tongue in cheek
— Marc Reiner (@marcreiner) May 23, 2016
To the down right weird.
— Leah Biel (@TomServosBlendr) May 23, 2016
The tripple-decker bridge is planed to be along 38th and 39th street, bottom level accommodating trains, middle for mag-lev trains and the top level for pedestrians and cyclists… yeah, that’s right, no cars, or as one queens resident put’s it:
— KieshaK (@KieshaK) May 23, 2016
If the project does get off of the ground it has an estimated budget of $20 billion. Once complete revenue will be generated from tolls paid by buses, limos, taxis NJ transit and Amtrak.
— Lena Montie (@LenaMontie) May 25, 2016
I guess the real question is, without allowing cars, and assuming the toll is as expensive as we expect, will this bridge really alleviate traffic from the streets of NYC. In my eyes it remains to be seen, but what do you think reader?