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Wittpenn Vertical Lift Bridge

The Wittpenn Bridge is a vertical lift bridge that carries New Jersey Route 7 over the Hackensack River connecting Kearny and Jersey City, New Jersey. It is named after H. Otto Wittpenn, a former mayor of Jersey City. The bridge is comprised of four 10-foot (3.0 m)-wide lanes, extending 2,169 feet (661 m) and standing 35 feet (11 m) above mean high water with an 83-foot (25 m) main lift span. Bridge construction commenced 1927, and was opened to vehicular traffic November 5, 1930. The bridge has an Annual average daily traffic (AADT) of nearly 50,000 vehicles, including about 2,000 trucks.



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Submitted: 07/16/2009

By: sladys

Location: Jersey City, NJ

Category: Bridges/Tunnels

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