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Lincoln Tunnel - Wikipedia

History. Soon after the Port Authority of NY & NJ acquired the Holland Tunnel in 1930, New York and New Jersey authorized the agency to proceed with its plan to …

Conquest of the Hudson - Building the Lincoln Tunnel - YouTube

Exclusive Bus Lane. The Lincoln Tunnel was the first to introduce an Exclusive Bus Lane (XBL). XBL customers have made a commuting choice that not only reduces the number of cars on our roads, but also helps to lower greenhouse gases introduced into the environment.

History - Lincoln Tunnel - The Port Authority of NY & NJ

Lincoln Tunnel: A Three-Tube Affair After the success of the Holland Tunnel, the newly formed Port Authority got approval to dig the Lincoln Tunnel. The tunnel was built in three phases.

Lincoln Tunnel - Official Site

The Lincoln Tunnel is an approximately 1.5-mile-long (2.4 km) set of three tunnels under the Hudson River, connecting Weehawken, New Jersey, and Midtown Manhattan in New York City. It is one of two automobile tunnels builtunder the river, the other being the Holland Tunnel.

A look at the history of New York City’s tunnels and ...

How are underwater tunnels built? ... including New York's Holland and Lincoln tunnels. To counter the intense pressure above the tunnels during construction-which caused flooding and structural ...

What was the process of building the Lincoln Tunnel ...

Most write it off today as a commuter's nuisance, but like all old things in New York, The Lincoln Tunnel has a number of surprising secrets to its name.

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