When it was opened in 1931, the George Washington Bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world, nearly twice as long as the previous record holder, the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit. It was opened with one level for six lanes but two more lanes were created in 1946 on ...
August 28, 2016John Flores
"This was one of the first major cross-country road trips, and it planted the idea in the Eisenhower's mind that the federal government could and should make improving U.S. highways a priority. Soon, driving from coast to coast would become mythologized as one of the key American experiences. But in ...
September 10, 2015John Flores