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MTA's 'Wave' Crossings

The Dream: [A design, by Grimshaw, for the approach to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge with a chain-metal "wave" covering the toll gantry. | Image from "Reimagining New York's Crossings"] The Reality: [My photo of the toll gantry on approach to the RFK Triborough Bridge – is the "wave" still to come?] In October 2016 New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled his vision for booth-free tolls at all of the tunnels and bridges heading in and out of New York City.
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