Monthly Archives: June 2016

World Trade Center:  Lower Manhattan Gets a Living Wall…Literally

By Lenis Rodrigues and Rudy King, Media Relations Staff Some walls protect people while others create boundaries.  Some walls decay eventually and crumble into ruin.  But the “Living Wall” at Liberty Park, designed as a piece of serenity in an … Continue reading

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Outerbridge Crossing: Of Horses and Men

By Portfolio Editor Roz Hamlett The Outerbridge Crossing opened to great fanfare 88 years ago this week. Unlike its busy counterparts – the George Washington, Goethals and Bayonne bridges – not much exciting has occurred at the Outerbridge in recent … Continue reading

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GWB: Did You know?

By Portfolio Editor Roz Hamlett Soon after the opening day ceremony of the George Washington Bridge in 1931, the GWB became the busiest bridge in the world. On its first day, 57,788 vehicles and one man on a horse crossed … Continue reading

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