This looming wonder of the modern world connects the financial district of Manhattan to the northeastern part of Brooklyn.
The Manhattan Bridge was completed in 1909 and connects Chinatown in Lower Manhattan to Downtown Brooklyn.
The Williamsburg Bridge is the second of the three suspension bridges on our list that span the Lower East River.
The Roosevelt Island Tramway runs along the north side of this bridge and transports passengers from Manhattan to Roosevelt Island.
The George Washington Bridge, spans the Hudson River and connects Manhattan's west side with the state of New Jersey.
Famous as the starting point for the highly anticipated New York Marathon, the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge doesn't connect to Manhattan.
Opened in 1939 and spanning a total length of 3,770 feet long, this suspension bridge transports over 100,000 vehicles a day.
This suspension bridge carries six lanes of traffic from the Throggs Neck section of the Bronx with Queens's Bay Terrance.
The Hell Gate Bridge boasts unique architecture that puts it on par with the larger bridges in NYC.