Gallery: Mayor Bloomberg Breaks Ground on High Bridge Restoration Proje...

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  • Mayor Bloomberg broke ground today on the ambitious High Bridge revitalization project to restore New York’s oldest standing bridge and the park area around it. Part of the Old Croton Aqueduct, the bridge links Manhattan to the Bronx. With the bridge’s restoration, community members of each borough will be able to travel from one side of the park to the other, and pedestrians and cyclists will be able to access the Highbridge Pool and Play Center in Manhattan with ease.

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