Category Archives: George Washington Bridge

A Tale of Two Engineers

By Abigail Goldring, Media Relations Staff The Port Authority was not on Amanda Rogers’ or Cathy Mahoney’s radars when they started college. After an internship one summer, Rogers compared notes with a classmate who shared stories of his own internship … Continue reading

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GWB Painters: Working with Nerves of Steel

By Rudy King, Media Relations Staff The George Washington Bridge is one of the crown jewels of American infrastructure, tons of steel and concrete topping out at more than 600 feet high. To keep the world’s busiest bridge painted and … Continue reading

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Lights, Camera, Accidents: Full-scale Training at the GWB

Photos and video by Rudy King, Media Relations Staff The George Washington Bridge is the world’s busiest bridge, with more than 100 million vehicles crossing the span each year. That volume of traffic, under the best of circumstances, means a … Continue reading

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