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  • Lincoln Tunnel - Wikipedia

    The Lincoln Tunnel is an approximately 1.5-mile-long (2.4 km) tunnel under the Hudson River, consisting of three vehicular tubes.It connects Weehawken, New Jersey, on the west bank of the Hudson River, with Midtown Manhattan in New York City on the eastern bank.

  • New Jersey Route 495 - Wikipedia

    With the creation of the Interstate Highway System in 1956, the approach to the Lincoln Tunnel was planned to become an Interstate Highway along with present-day Route 3, which itself was not included in the Interstate Highway System because New Jersey thought it would be too expensive to bring it up to Interstate Highway standards.

  • Interstate 287 (New Jersey) - New York Area Roads, Crossings ...

    Descriptive history and current conditions on Interstate 287 (Middlesex Freeway) in New Jersey.

  • Sheraton Lincoln Harbor - Official Site

    Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel is a leading travel destination in Weehawken, New Jersey, showcasing modern accommodations, thoughtful amenities and an ideal location near Midtown Manhattan.

  • Events | Special Olympics New Jersey

    Attend one (or more!) of our upcoming events. Between competitions, fundraisers, health and education opportunities, we keep busy all year long.

  • MetLife Stadium Seating Chart, Pictures, Directions, and ...

    Everything you need to know before visiting the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium: Venue history, seating information, directions, tickets, schedule, weather, and more.

  • Lincoln allegedly writes to mother of Civil War ... -

    Article Details: Lincoln allegedly writes to mother of Civil War casualties. Author. Staff. Website Name. Year Published. 2009. Title

  • Facts & Info - Lincoln Tunnel - The Port Authority of NY & NJ

    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (212) 435-7000 • 4 World Trade Center, 150 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10007

  • Lincoln Tunnel - The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

    A Closer Look. The Lincoln Tunnel, which is actually comprised of three tunnels, was built over 20 years. Learn More

  • Holland Tunnel appears on the cover of Time -

    On this day in 1927, Time magazine puts the week-old Holland Tunnel on its cover. The tunnel, which runs under the Hudson River between New York City and Jersey City, New Jersey, had opened to traffic the week before, at the stroke of midnight on…