Another Walkway Over The Hudson?

       I’ve written about the Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park in Poughkeepsie, about 80 miles north of Times Square.  The bridge is the world’s longest pedestrian bridge at 1¼  miles long (and 24 feet wide, and at one point it’s 212 feet above the river), and it connects with miles of recreational trails on both sides of the Hudson River.  Now there’s talk of turning the old Tappan Zee Bridge, which is scheduled to be replaced in the next several years, with a 3-mile long pedestrian park.  In the same mold as the Walkway Over the Hudson and Manahttan’s High Line, it will provide a relaxed environment to escape the otherwise frantic traffic of the bridge, as well as great views of the New York skyline.  While the park is not yet fully approved, the concept seems to be gaining support from many, including New York’s Governor Cuomo.  Let’s wait and see… 

       You can check the status of the movement at http://www.tappanbridgepark.com/#!.    

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RandolphMase, Fiction Writer

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My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

Nathan Hale

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