Hudson River Bridges & Tunnels

Hudson River Bridges & Tunnels Map

Hudson River Bridges & Tunnels

The Hudson River bridges and tunnels connecting New Jersey to Manhattan include 2 tunnels and 1 bridge, all managed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. From North to South, they are the George Washington Bridge, the Lincoln Tunnel, and the Holland Tunnel.

All three crossings have a toll, and you can get a discounted rate if you use EZ Pass.
In 2007,

  • the George Washington Bridge carried 148,500 vehicles into Manhattan every day, and 142,800 vehicles from Manhattan into New Jersey daily,
  • the Lincoln Tunnel handled 61,600 vehicles into Manhattan every day, and 61,000 vehicles from Manhattan into New Jersey daily, and
  • the Holland Tunnel took 48,000 vehicles into Manhattan every day, and 42,000 vehicles from Manhattan into New Jersey daily.

If you total up all these vehicles for NYC driving, that’s 258,000 vehicles going into Manhattan every single day using the Hudson River Bridges and Tunnels, or 94 million in 2007 alone!

In 2009, the George Washington Bridge carried 59 million vehicles eastbound into Manhattan, or 161,600 per day!

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with a few select NYC garages.