Joseph P. Addabbo Memorial Bridge
|Joseph P. Addabbo Memorial Bridge|
Walkway along west side
|Carries||Cross Bay Boulevard|
|Locale||New York City|
|Maintained by||New York City Department of Transportation|
|Construction begin||October 25, 1988|
|Daily traffic||22,346 (2008)|
The Joseph P. Addabbo Memorial Bridge (formerly the North Channel Bridge) located in the New York City borough of Queens, is a bridge that runs south from Howard Beach across the Grassy Bay portion of Jamaica Bay to Broad Channel. The bridge is named for the late Joseph P. Addabbo, who represented the area in the United States House of Representatives from 1961 to 1986.
The bridge was built alongside the North Channel Bridge as a replacement; a lack of maintenance on the old bridge had allowed it to deteriorate to the point where it was beyond repair.
The Joseph P. Addabbo Memorial Bridge is owned and operated by the New York City Department of Transportation.
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