Rebuilding the RFK Bridge Harlem River Drive Southbound Ramp
MTA Bridges and Tunnels has rebuilt the Harlem River Drive southbound ramp leading onto the...See more
MTA Bridges and Tunnels has rebuilt the Harlem River Drive southbound ramp leading onto the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. The project is part of the nearly $1 billion in capital improvements planned over the next 15 years for the 75-year-old bridge, which serves a combined average of 170,000 vehicles daily. A temporary ramp continued to give motorists access to the RFK Bridge ramp at 125th Street. Photos by Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Joyce Mulvaney and Vikas Waugh.