New York’s Tappan Zee Replacement Bridge Opens to Traffic

The replacement for the Tappan Zee Bridge opened with a new name on Friday. The new 3.1 mile bridge hovers over the Hudson river, took four years to build and $4 billion in infrastructure investment money. The bridge was renamed the Mario Cuomo Bridge, after former New York State governor and father of current state Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Get the full details in the video below.




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