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Kingston‐Rhinecliff Bridge

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The George Clinton Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge is a continuous under-deck truss toll bridge that carries NY 199 across the Hudson River in New York State north of the City of Kingston and the hamlet of Rhinecliff. It was opened to traffic on February 2, 1957 as a two-lane (one in each direction) bridge, although it was not actually complete. The formal opening was May 11, 1957. The original cost was $17.5 million.

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New York State Bridge Authority
17 Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge
Kingston, NY 12401