|Locale||Waterford, Saratoga County and Troy, Rennsselaer County, both in New York, United States|
|Total length||742.8 feet (226.4 m)|
|Longest span||193.9 feet (59.1 m)|
|Clearance above||15.4 feet (4.7 m)|
|Daily traffic||12,435 (2007)|
The Troy–Waterford Bridge carries U.S. Route 4 across the Hudson River in New York connecting Waterford with Troy. The bridge is two lanes wide, with sidewalks on both sides. The bridge serves as a replacement for the 1804-built Union Bridge, which burned on July 10, 1909.
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