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112th Street Bridge

Information
Bridge Identification Number: 4093220
Official Name: One Hundred and Twelfth Street Bridge
Bridge Type: Stringer/Multi-Beam or Girder
Spans: Hudson River
Connects: Cohoes with Lansingburg, Troy
Year Birth: 1996
Maintenance: New York State Department of Transportation

Overview
The new modern 112th Street Bridge retains much of the look of its predecessor. The Old 112th Street Bridge, built in 1922, was demolished by controlled explosion in 1995.

Connecting Van Schaick Island of Cohoes to Historic Lansingburg neighborhood of North Troy. The 112th Street Bridge today boasts a great historic design, using haunched steel girders and other historical elements such as the masonry rail, masonry colonnade towers and historic style lighting.

Related Links
Retrospective of Projects New York State Department of Transportation.
New York State Department of Transportation


The 112th Street Bridge over the Hudson River.


A view of the western approach of the 112th Street Bridge.


A view of the northern edge of the bridge. Here you can see the design of the lights and concrete.

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