Top Ranked New York Bridges

Kinderhook Creek Bridge (Columbia County, New York)
Rated 100% with 2 votes
Pin-connected Pennsylvania through truss bridge with arch over Kinderhook Creek on CR 25A
Open to traffic
Built 1899 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1939 & 1993
Gothic Arch (New York County, New York)
Rated 100% with 2 votes
Cast iron bridge over the bridle path on a pedestrian walkway in Central Park
Open to pedestrians
Built 1864
CNYK - Bridge No. 9 (Sullivan County, New York)
Rated 100% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on Central New York Railroad

Lower Turnpike Bridge (Washington County, New York)
Rated 100% with 2 votes
Pin-connected Baltimore through truss bridge over Mettawee River on Lower Turnpike Road
Open to traffic
Built 1889 by Dean & Westbrook; Rehabilitated 2013
Delaware Avenue Trail - Black Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Rated 99% with 4 votes
Lattice through truss bridge over Mohawk River on former Delaware & Hudson Railroad
Open to pedestrians
Built ca. 1890
Greenwood Cemetery Road Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Greenwood Cemetery Road on 5th Avenue in New York
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1850
Union Street Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Bascule bridge over Gowanus Canal on Union Street in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1905; rehabilitated 1962
WSR - Chittenago Creek Arch Bridge (Madison County, New York)
Rated 99% with 4 votes
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Chittenago Creek on Railroad
Abandoned
NYC - Hojack Swing Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Lost Warren through swing bridge over Genesee River
Removed but not replaced
Built 1905
Greyshot Arch (New York County, New York)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over a pedestrian walkway on West Drive in Central Park
Open to traffic
Built 1860-62 by Calvert Vaux
Triborough Lift Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Vertical lift bridge over Harlem River between Manhattan and Randall's Island in New York
Open to six lanes of traffic
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1967
Reservoir Bridge Southwest (New York County, New York)
Rated 99% with 3 votes
Cast iron bridge over the bridle path on a pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians
Built 1864
Broadway Bridge (Old) (New York County, New York)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Lost Pratt through truss swing bridge over Harlem River on Broadway (US 9) & IRT West Side Line
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1905; Replaced December 24th, 1960
Berkshire Spur Bridge (Rensselaer County, New York)
Rated 99% with 4 votes
Through truss bridge over Hudson River on Berkshire Spur
Open to traffic
Built 1958; rehabilitated 1994
Mamaroneck River Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Mamaroneck River on US 1 in Mamaroneck
Open to traffic
Built 1895
Marine Parkway Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Rated 98% with 3 votes
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over Rockaway Inlet on Marine Parkway in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1936; rehabilitated 2001
RLB - Erie Canal Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Rated 98% with 3 votes
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Erie Canal
Abandoned
Built ca. 1909 for Rochester Lockport & Buffalo interurban; abandoned 1931
Eaglevale Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 98% with 4 votes
Two-span stone arch bridge over a pedestrian walkway on 77th Street Entrance in Central Park
Open to traffic
Built 1890
Reservoir Bridge Southeast (New York County, New York)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Cast iron girder bridge over the bridle path on a pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians
Built 1865
High Line Elevated Park (New York County, New York)
Rated 98% with 4 votes
Park built on steel stringer bridges over city streets
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1929-34; Abandoned in 1980; Faced threats of demolition in the mid-1980s and again during the Guliani administration; Conversion into a park began in 2006; Section I opened in 2009; Section II opened in 2011; Section III Opened 2014
Amtrak - "Freedom" Tunnel (New York County, New York)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Tunnel on Railroad (Amtrak) under Riverside Park
Open to traffic
Built in the 1930s
Hell Gate Bridge (Queens County, New York)
Rated 98% with 6 votes
Steel through arch bridge over Hell Gate (East River)
Open to traffic
Originally the world's longest steel arch bridge until the Bayonne Bridge was opened in 1932
NYCTA - Beach Channel Drawbridge (Queens County, New York)
Rated 98% with 3 votes
Warren through truss bridge over Jamaica Bay on New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority
Open to traffic
Built 1956
Johnstown Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Bowstring pony truss bridge on pedestrian walkway on the Union College campus
Open to pedestrians
Built ca. 1869 over Cayadutta Creek; relocated to Union College in 1979
Ouaquaga Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Rated 97% with 7 votes
Two-span lenticular through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Dutchtown Road
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1888 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1990
Tioronda Bridge (Dutchess County, New York)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Three-span bowstring pony truss bridge over Fishkill Creek on South Avenue
Trusses disassembled and placed in storage; piers and abutments still standing
Built 1872-73; closed to traffic 1985; dismantled 2006
Upper Keeseville Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Rated 97% with 4 votes
Pin connected Pratt through truss bridge over AuSable River on River Street in Keeseville
Closed to all traffic
Built 1878 by Murray, Dougal & Co. of Milton, PA; Closed 2008
Dalehead Arch (New York County, New York)
Rated 97% with 4 votes
Stone arch bridge over the bridle path on West Drive in Central Park
Open to traffic
Built 1860-62 by Calvert Vaux
Huddlestone Arch (New York County, New York)
Rated 97% with 6 votes
Stone arch bridge over Montayne's Rivulet on East Drive in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1866 by Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould
Roosevelt Island Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 97% with 3 votes
Vertical lift bridge over East River at Roosevelt Island in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1955
West Side Elevated Highway - Canal Street Overpass (New York County, New York)
Rated 97% with 3 votes
Steel through arch bridge over Canal Street on West Side Elevated Highway
Demolished
Built 1938, demolished 1981
"Road of Tomorrow" (Queens County, New York)
Rated 97% with 3 votes
Lost Concrete stringer bridge over 1939 New York World's Fair on Ford's 1939 New York World's Fair Exhibit
Removed
Built 1939
Hadley Bow Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Pin connected Lenticular half-through truss bridge over Sacandaga River on Old Corinth Road at Hadley
Open to traffic
Built 1885 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; closed 1983; Reconstructed 2006
Armitage Road Bridge (Seneca County, New York)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Baltimore through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Armitage Road
Open to traffic
Built 1914; rehabilitated 1951
Wood Road Bridge (Steuben County, New York)
Rated 97% with 3 votes
Pin-connected Baltimore through truss bridge over Cohocton River on Wood Road
Open to traffic
Built 1897; rehabilitated 2004
Rexleigh Covered Bridge 32-58-03 (Washington County, New York)
Rated 97% with 3 votes
Covered bridge over Batten Kill on Rexleigh Road
Open to traffic
Built 1874, major repairs in 2007
Aldrich Change Bridge (Wayne County, New York)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Parker pony truss bridge relocated and preserved at Aqueduct Park in Palmyra
Open to pedestrians
Built 1858 to span the Erie Canal at Rochester; relocated 1880 to Palmyra; sold to farmer and relocated to cross Ganargua Creek; collapsed 1996; relocated and restored in Palmyra 2002-03
Croton Dam Road Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Rated 97% with 4 votes
Steel arch bridge over Croton Reservoir Outlet on Croton Dam Road
Closed to all traffic
Built 1904; rehabilitated 1976
Indian Lane Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Wooden bridge over Truesdale Lake Outlet on Indian Lane
Open to traffic
Built 1930
Shaw Bridge (Columbia County, New York)
Rated 96% with 4 votes
Abandoned bowstring pony truss bridge over Claverack Creek on Van Wyck Lane
Abandoned
Built 1870 by J.D. Hutchinson
CSX - Erie Canal Bridge (Erie County, New York)
Rated 96% with 5 votes
Baltimore through truss bridge over the Barge Canal (Erie Canal) between Tonawanda and North Tonawanda
Open to traffic
Built 1918
Keeseville Stone Arch Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Rated 96% with 3 votes
Stone arch bridge over AuSable River on Main Street in Keeseville
Open to traffic
Built 1843 by Soloman Townsend; rehabilitated 2000
Glen Span Arch (New York County, New York)
Rated 96% with 3 votes
Stone arch bridge over Loch Walking Path on West Drive
Open to traffic
Built 1865
Horan Road Bridge (Orleans County, New York)
Rated 96% with 3 votes
Through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Horan Road in Medina
Open to traffic
Built 1914; rehabilitated 1998
Outerbridge Crossing (Richmond County, New York)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Arthur Kill on NY 440/NJ 440 between Perth Amboy and Staten Island in New York
Open to traffic
Opened to traffic June 29, 1928
Yaleville Road Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Rated 96% with 3 votes
Pin connected Lenticular through truss bridge over Raquette River on Yaleville Road in Norfolk
Open to traffic
Built 1892 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated 1969
Caneadea Camelback Bridge (Allegany County, New York)
Rated 95% with 5 votes
Camelback Parker Truss Iron Bridge over Genesee River on East Hill Rd.
Closed
Built 1903
EC&W - Old Narrows Road Overpass (Chemung County, New York)
Rated 95% with 4 votes
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Old Narrows Road on Interurban
Open to traffic through the bridge, railroad long abandoned
Built 1911;
Landers Corners Road Bridge (Cortland County, New York)
Rated 95% with 3 votes
Steel through arch bridge over Otselic River on Landers Corners Road
Open to traffic
Built 1891; rehabilitated 1985
NYCTA - Culver Viaduct (Kings County, New York)
Rated 95% with 3 votes
Truss bridge over Gowanus Canal/2nd Avenue/3rd Avenue/4th Avenue on New York City Transit Authority
Open to traffic
Built 1929
Dyckman Street Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 95% with 3 votes
Concrete arch bridge over Dyckman Street on Henry Hudson Parkway (NY 9A) in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1937
Whirlpool Rapids Bridge (Niagara County, New York)
Rated 95% with 3 votes
Double-decker steel arch bridge over the Niagara River at Niagara Falls, New York
Open to rail traffic on upper deck and two-lane highway traffic on lower deck
Built 1897
Borden Avenue Bridge (Queens County, New York)
Rated 95% with 3 votes
Retractable bridge over Dutch Kills on Borden Avenue in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1908; rehabilitated 1988; major repairs 2009-2010
Spile Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Rated 95% with 5 votes
Three-span bowstring through truss bridge over Black Lake Outlet on Spile Bridge Road
Closed to traffic
Built 1874 by the King Bridge Co.; later relocated here; closed to traffic May 12, 2010
Ruhle Road Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 95% with 2 votes
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Ballston Creek at Malta
Open to pedestrians only
Originally built 1888 over Black Creek in Cambridge; relocated in 2001
FGLK - Arch Bridge (Seneca County, New York)
Rated 95% with 4 votes
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Former Roadway (Dey Street) on Railroad

Built 1911
Gate House Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Rated 95% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over New Croton Resvervoir
Open to traffic
Built 1904
NYC - Stone Tunnel (Herkimer County, New York)
Rated 94% with 2 votes
Stone tunnel on Railroad (NYC)
Abandoned
NY5S Schoharie Creek Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Rated 94% with 2 votes
Baltimore through truss bridge over Schoharie Creek on NY 5S
Open to highway traffic; RR line abandoned
Built 1910 by Fort Pitt Bridge works; Abandoned 1981; Converted for emergency Highway use 1987; Converted to pedestrian path 1988; Rehabilitated for permanent highway use 2015
MNCW - 108th Street Overpass (New York County, New York)
Rated 94% with 3 votes
Stone arch bridge over East 108th Street on Railroad
Open to traffic
Queensboro Bridge (Queens County, New York)
Rated 94% with 8 votes
Cantilevered through truss bridge over East River on NY 25 in New York
Open to a total of 10 lanes of traffic
Opened to traffic March 30, 1909
LIRR - Atlantic Avenue Tunnel (Queens County, New York)
Rated 94% with 2 votes
Tunnel on abandoned Long Island Railroad
Intact but closed to all traffic
Built 1844, closed 1861
Kaydeross Railroad - Kayderosseras Creek Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 94% with 3 votes
Abandoned bridge over Kayderosseras Creek on Ballston Terminal Railroad
Derelict/abandoned
Blenheim Bridge (Schoharie County, New York)
Rated 94% with 3 votes
Covered bridge over Schoharie Creek on River Road
Destroyed by flooding from Hurricane Irene on Aug 28, 2011
Built 1855; Approach span added 1869; Approach span rebuilt 1887 & 1895; bypassed 1932; lost 2011
Albany County Rail-Trail - Normans Kill Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Rated 93% with 3 votes
Pratt through truss bridge over Normanskill on Albany County Rail-Trail
Open to pedestrians and cyclists only
Built ca. 1880, CP Rail proposed abandoning the line in 2003, purchased by Albany County in 2009, new deck for trail use placed in 2015.
Jay Covered Bridge 32-16-01 (Essex County, New York)
Rated 93% with 2 votes
Covered Howe Truss bridge over East Branch Ausable River on CR 22
Closed to traffic
Built 1857 by George Burt; Bypassed 1997; Rehabilitated 2007
Carroll Street Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Rated 93% with 4 votes
Retractable bridge over Gowanus Canal on Carroll Street in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1889
High Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 93% with 4 votes
Stone and steel arch bridge over Harlem River
Open to pedestrians and bicycles
Built in 1848 to carry the original Croton Aqueduct; Steel arch added by the Corps of Engineers in 1927 to benefit river navigation. Reopened to pedestrians 2015.
Watkins Glen Footbridge (Schuyler County, New York)
Rated 93% with 4 votes
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Watkins Glen Gorge on a pedestrian trail at Watkins Glen State Park
Open to pedestrians
Built ca. 1873
Great South Bay Bridge (Suffolk County, New York)
Rated 93% with 4 votes
Through truss bridge over Great South Bay on Robert Moses Causeway
Open to traffic
Built 1951
Normanskill Farm Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Rated 92% with 4 votes
Wrought and cast iron bowstring through truss bridge on a private driveway near Normans Kill Ravine in Albany
Open to Authorized Vehicles. Closed to Vehicles During Winter. Pedestrians Allowed.
Built 1869; relocated here ca. 1900
145th Street Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 92% with 3 votes
Swing bridge over Harlem River on 145th Street in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1988
George Washington Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 92% with 10 votes
Suspension bridge over Hudson River on I-95 in New York
Open to a total of 14 lanes of traffic
Opened to traffic October 25, 1931; lower level opened August 29, 1962
Macombs Dam Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 92% with 4 votes
Swing bridge over Harlem River on E. 155th Street in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1895; rehabilitated 2003
Bear Mountain Bridge (Rockland County, New York)
Rated 92% with 5 votes
Suspension bridge over Hudson River on US 6 and US 202 in West Point
Open to traffic
Built 1924; rehabilitated 1977
Grantville Road Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Rated 92% with 3 votes
Pin connected Lenticular Warren through truss bridge over Raquette River on Grantville Road
Closed to all traffic
Built 1886 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated 1931,1965; Closed 1979
HVR - Willow Glen Viaduct (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 92% with 8 votes
Abandoned/Partially Removed closed-spandrel arch bridge over Anthony Kill & Delaware & Hudson Railway on Hudson Valley Railway
Abandoned
Built 1902
CP - Erie Canal Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 92% with 2 votes
Pratt through truss over Erie Canal on Railroad
Open to traffic
Built 1907
Burr Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Rated 92% with 2 votes
Lost Covered Burr arch-cable suspension bridge over Mohawk River on Washington Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1809; Replace 1871
Kellam-Stalker Road Bridge (Sullivan County, New York)
Rated 92% with 2 votes
Suspension bridge over Delaware River on Kellam-Stalker Road
Open to traffic
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1990
Eddyville Bridge (Ulster County, New York)
Rated 92% with 4 votes
Steel through arch bridge over Rondout Creek on NY 213
Open to traffic
Built 1957
Wallkill Valley Rail Trail - Springtown Bridge (Ulster County, New York)
Rated 92% with 3 votes
Through truss bridge over Wallkill River on Trail
Open to pedestrians and horses
CP - Cohoes Falls Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Rated 91% with 4 votes
Lattice deck truss bridge over Mohawk River on Railroad
Open to traffic
Warren Spans built 1927
Peace Bridge (Erie County, New York)
Rated 91% with 4 votes
Steel arch and through truss bridge over Niagara River & Black Rock Canal in Buffalo
Open to traffic
Built 1927; rehabilitated 1989
Pine Bank Arch (New York County, New York)
Rated 91% with 4 votes
Cast iron girder bridge over the bridle path on a pedestrian walkway in Central Park
Open to pedestrians
Built 1861
Petticoat Lane Bridge (Orange County, New York)
Rated 91% with 2 votes
Removed through truss bridge over Shawangunk Kill on Petticoat Lane, northeast of Bloomingburgh
In storage/disassembled
Built 1884 by the Groton Iron Bridge Co.
CSX - Alfred H. Smith Memorial Bridge (Rensselaer County, New York)
Rated 91% with 3 votes
Through truss bridge over Hudson River on CSX Transportation
Open to traffic
Built 1924
Falls Island Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Rated 91% with 2 votes
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Grasse River on the Grasse River Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians
Built 1870 by the King Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated for pedestrian use 2007
Portage Bridge (Old) (Wyoming County, New York)
Rated 91% with 4 votes
Lost Wooden bridge over Genesee River on former Erie Railroad north of Portageville
Destroyed by fire
Built 1852, destroyed by fire on May 6, 1875
Crossman Road Bridge (Wyoming County, New York)
Rated 91% with 2 votes
Pratt through truss bridge over Oatka Creek on Crossman Road
Closed to all traffic
Built 1887
Alton Sylor Bridge (Allegany County, New York)
Rated 90% with 2 votes
Wooden open-spandrel arch bridge over Angelica Creek on CR16
Open to traffic
Built 2003
Bronx Whitestone Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Rated 90% with 4 votes
Suspension bridge over East River on I-678 in New York
Open to six lanes of traffic
Opened to traffic April 29, 1939
Beers Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Rated 90% with 2 votes
Pratt pony truss bridge over Ausable River on Park Road
Open to traffic
Built 1900
CSX - Erie Canal Bridge (Pittsford) (Monroe County, New York)
Rated 90% with 2 votes
Pratt through truss bridge over Erie Canal on CSX Railroad (formerly NYC RR West Shore Branch)
Open to traffic
Built for New York Central RR (West Shore Branch), later CSX Railroad
University Heights Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 90% with 3 votes
Swing bridge over Harlem River on W. 207th Street in New York
Open to traffic
Originally built 1895; main span relocated in 1906; opened to traffic January 8, 1908
Bow Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 90% with 2 votes
Cast iron plate girder bridge over The Lake on a pedestrian walkway in Central Park
Open to pedestrians
Built 1859-62
CRCX - Arthur Kill Vertical Lift Bridge (Richmond County, New York)
Rated 90% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Arthur Kill on PATH (formerly B&O RR)
Open to traffic
Built 1959; use suspended 1991; rehabilitated 2006; returned to service 2007
CP - Glenridge Road Overpass (Schenectady County, New York)
Rated 90% with 2 votes
Steel stringer bridge over Glenridge Road on Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge
Thurston Avenue Bridge (Tompkins County, New York)
Rated 90% with 2 votes
Steel arch bridge over Fall Creek on Thurston Avenue in Ithaca
Open to traffic
Built 1960
East Street Bridge (Washington County, New York)
Rated 90% with 2 votes
Double intersection Warren through truss bridge over Champlain Canal on East Street in Fort Edward
Open to traffic
Built 1911
Bridge L-158, Goldens Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Rated 90% with 4 votes
Whipple through truss bridge over Croton River
Closed to all traffic
This bridge was originally part of a three span bridge and located approximately one mile south of Kingston NY. Moved to its current location c.1907
BPRR/WNYP Overpass (Cattaraugus County, New York)
Rated 89% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Railroad on Railroad
Open to traffic
Allen Creek Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Rated 89% with 4 votes
Concrete arch bridge over Allen Creek on NY 96 in Brighton
Open to traffic
Built 1932
Amtrak - Spuyten Duyvil Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 89% with 5 votes
Baltimore through truss bridge swing bridge over Spuyten Duyvil Creek on Amtrak Empire Corridor
Open to traffic
Built 1900
Michigan Central - Niagara River Bridge (Niagara County, New York)
Rated 89% with 4 votes
Steel arch bridge over the Niagara River on the Canadian Pacific Railway (previously Michigan Central Railroad)
Abandoned
Built 1925
Binninger Road Bridge (Washington County, New York)
Rated 89% with 4 votes
Timber stringer bridge over Steele Brook on Binninger Rd.
Open to traffic
Williamsburg Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Rated 88% with 3 votes
Suspension bridge over East River on Delancey Street in New York
Open to traffic
Opened to traffic December 19, 1903
Neversink River Bridge (Orange County, New York)
Rated 88% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Neversink River on US 6 in Port Jervis
Open to traffic
Built 1929
Canasawacta Creek Bridge (Chenango County, New York)
Rated 87% with 2 votes
Pony truss bridge over Canasawacta Creek on Red Mill Road (TR 21) in Norwich
Collapsed.
Built 1900
Commercial Slip Squire Wipple Truss Bridge (Erie County, New York)
Rated 87% with 3 votes
Bowstring pony truss bridge over the Erie Canal on a pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians
Built 2001 as a reconstruction of the 1850's bridge in same location using Squire Wipple's original blueprints.
Stony Brook State Park Stone Arch Bridge (Livingston County, New York)
Rated 87% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Stony Brook on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only
Madison Avenue Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 87% with 3 votes
Swing bridge over Harlem River on Madison Avenue in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1907; rehabilitated 1988
Manhattan Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 87% with 6 votes
Suspension bridge over East River in New York City
Open to seven lanes of highway traffic and four subway tracks
Opened to traffic December 31, 1909
Riverside Drive Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 87% with 2 votes
Steel arch bridge over W. 96th Street on Riverside Drive in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1920
Rainbow Bridge (Niagara County, New York)
Rated 87% with 3 votes
Steel arch bridge over Niagara River at Niagara Falls over the U.S.-Canadian border
Open to traffic
Built 1941
Elmwood Cemetery Bridge (Rensselaer County, New York)
Rated 87% with 5 votes
Abandoned bowstring pony truss bridge over a creek in Elmwood Cemetery on an abandoned path
Abandoned
Sackett Footbridge (Tompkins County, New York)
Rated 87% with 2 votes
Rigid frame bridge over Beebe Lake on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only
Chenango River Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Rated 86% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Chenango River on NY 79
Open to traffic
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1978
FRR - Upside-Down Bridge (Niagara County, New York)
Rated 86% with 3 votes
Deck truss bridge over the Erie Canal on Falls Road Railroad in Lockport
Open to traffic
Built 1902 by the King Bridge Co.
PRR - Erie Canal Bridge (Wayne County, New York)
Rated 86% with 2 votes
Abandoned warren through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Railroad
Abandoned
Henry Hudson Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Rated 85% with 2 votes
Steel arch bridge over Spuyten Duyvil Creek on the Henry Hudson Parkway (NY 9A) in New York City
Open to a total of 7 lanes of traffic
Opened to traffic December 12, 1936
Mosholu Pkwy Henry Hudson Overpass (Bronx County, New York)
Rated 85% with 2 votes
Deck arch bridge over Henry Hudson Parkway (Rte 907v, Rte 907v) on Mosholu Parkway (Rte 908f)
Open to traffic
Built 1951
Spengler Bridge (Columbia County, New York)
Rated 85% with 2 votes
Pratt through truss bridge over Kinderhook Creek on Spangler Road
Closed to all traffic
Built 1880
Harlem Valley Trail - Webatuck Creek Bridge # 1 (Dutchess County, New York)
Rated 85% with 2 votes
Bridge over Webatuck Creek on Trail
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1901
Brooklyn Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Rated 85% with 16 votes
Suspension bridge over East River between Manhattan and Brooklyn in New York
Open to traffic
Opened to traffic May 24, 1883
Washington Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 85% with 2 votes
Two-span steel arch bridge over Harlem River on 181st Street in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1888; rehabilitated 1992
Willis Avenue Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 85% with 4 votes
Lost swing bridge over Harlem River on Willis Avenue in New York
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1987; Replaced 2010
Forest Home Bridge (Tompkins County, New York)
Rated 85% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Fall Creek on CR 121 (Forest Home Road) in Forest Home
Open to traffic
Built 1909; rehabilitated 1975 and 2013-14
Beech Road Bridge (Tompkins County, New York)
Rated 85% with 3 votes
Bowstring pony truss bridge over West Branch Cayuga Inlet on Beech Road
Open to pedestrians
Built 1873 by the King Bridge Co. Preserved as a pedestrian bridge in 2003.
Mohawk-Hudson Bikway - Columbia Street Overpass (Albany County, New York)
Rated 84% with 2 votes
Concrete arch bridge over NY 470/Columbia Street on NY Central Railroad
Railroad closed before 1973. Currently carries a multi-use path (rail trail)
Built 1908
Troy-Menands Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Rated 84% with 3 votes
Through truss bridge over Hudson River on NY 378 in Troy
Open to traffic
Dedicated July 17, 1933; lift removed 1966; towers removed 2000
South Washington Street Parabolic Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Rated 84% with 9 votes
Pin connected Lenticular through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on South Washington Street
Open to pedestrians
Built 1886 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Closed to vehicles 1969; Rehabilitated 1997 & 2015
Bigelow Bridge (Cattaraugus County, New York)
Rated 84% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Cattaraugus Creek in Springville
Bypassed, but restored and open to pedestrians
Built 1928
Canalway Trail - Schoharie Creek Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Rated 84% with 2 votes
Polygonal Warren through truss bridge over Schoharie Creek on Canalway Trail in Tribes Hill
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1929 by American Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1991; damaged by storm and converted to pedestrian/bicycle use in 2015
Wards Island Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 84% with 3 votes
Vertical lift pony/through plate girder bridge over Harlem River on Pedestrian Crossing
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1950; Reconstructed 2010-12
Route 9A Hudson River Greenway Overpass (New York County, New York)
Rated 84% with 2 votes
Deck arch bridge over Ramp To 96 Street/Hudson River Greenway on Route 9A
Open to traffic
Built 1938
J & J Rogers Mill Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Rated 82% with 2 votes
Pratt through truss bridge over Ausable River on Former light railway
Intact but closed to all traffic
Built circa 1900; Abandoned 1971
Triborough Suspension Bridge (Queens County, New York)
Rated 82% with 3 votes
Suspension bridge over East River (Hell Gate) on I-278 in New York
Open to eight lanes of traffic and one sidewalk
Opened to traffic July 11, 1936
Tappan Zee Bridge (Rockland County, New York)
Rated 82% with 5 votes
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Hudson River on I-87/I-287/New York State Thruway in South Nyack
Open to seven lanes of traffic
Opened to traffic December 15, 1955
Mid Hudson Bridge (Ulster County, New York)
Rated 82% with 7 votes
Suspension bridge over Hudson River on US 44 and NY 55 in Highland and Poughkeepsie
Open to traffic
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1989
Kill Brook Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Rated 82% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Kill Brook on Broadway in Ossining
Open to traffic
Built 1861; rehabilitated 1993
NS - Portage Viaduct (Wyoming County, New York)
Rated 82% with 10 votes
Deck truss bridge over Genesee River on Norfolk Southern Railway north of Portageville
Open to traffic with speed and weight restrictions; replacement under way
Built 1875 for the Erie Railroad, rehabilitated in 1903 and 1944.
Mohawk River Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Rated 81% with 3 votes
Pair of steel through arch bridges over Mohawk River on I-87
Open to traffic
Built 1959; rehabilitated 1976
NY 9A Husdon River Greenway Overpass (New York County, New York)
Rated 81% with 2 votes
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Hudson River Greenway on NY 9A
Open to traffic
Route 907v Offramp Overpass (New York County, New York)
Rated 81% with 2 votes
Deck arch bridge over Routte 907v on Route 907v Offramp
Open to traffic
Built 1939
VTR - Walloomsac River Bridge (Rensselaer County, New York)
Rated 81% with 2 votes
Warren deck truss bridge over Walloomsac River and NY 67 on Vermont Railway System
Open to traffic
Built 1914
NYC - Bridge (Herkimer County, New York)
Rated 80% with 2 votes
Pony/through plate girder bridge over ? on Railroad (NYC)

Central Drive Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 80% with 3 votes
Stone arch bridge over 65th Street Transverse Road on Center Drive in Central Park
Open to traffic
Built 1920
Peebles Island Bridge (N) (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 80% with 3 votes
Warren through truss bridge over Canal Wharf on 2nd street
Open to traffic
Built 1913
CMRR - Esopus Creek Bridge (Ulster County, New York)
Rated 80% with 7 votes
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Esopus Creek on Railroad
Destroyed by flooding
Destroyed in 2011 by Hurrican Irene
Walkway Over The Hudson State Park Bridge (Dutchess County, New York)
Rated 79% with 11 votes
Massive cantilevered deck truss bridge over the Hudson River between Poughkeepsie and Highland
Open to pedestrians
Built 1888 by the Union Bridge Co.; closed to railroad traffic May 8, 1974 due to fire; reopened to pedestrians on Oct. 3, 2009
Thousand Islands Bridge (Jefferson County, New York)
Rated 79% with 3 votes
Suspension bridge over St. Lawrence River on I-81
Open to traffic
Built 1938; rehabilitated 1986
Ehrmentraut Farm Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Rated 79% with 2 votes
Bridge over Black Creek on a farm access road
Open to pedestrians
Built 1859 over Erie Canal in Brockport, NY. Relocated east of Brockport on Erie Canal in 1880. Relocated to its current location in 1910.
CSX - Erie Canal Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Rated 79% with 2 votes
Baltimore through truss bridge over Erie Canal on NYC RR Falls Branch
Closed to all traffic
Lehigh Valley Trail - Wadsworth Junction Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Rated 79% with 4 votes
Truss bridge over Genesee River on Lehigh Valley Railroad
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1896
NS - Mohawk River Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Rated 79% with 4 votes
Polygonal Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Mohawk River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic
Built 1911
Pedestrian Overpass (Schoharie County, New York)
Rated 79% with 3 votes
Warren through truss bridge over Railroad on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only
Erie - Genesee River Viaduct (Allegany County, New York)
Rated 78% with 2 votes
Lost Deck girder bridge over Genesee River on former Erie Railroad north of Belfast
Lost
Built 1906-07; demolished 1981
Erie-Attica Trail - Genesee River Bridge (Livingston County, New York)
Rated 78% with 4 votes
Through truss bridge over Genesee River
Open to pedestrians only
Used on the Erie R.R. (later Erie-Lackawanna R.R.) Avon to Attica Branchline.
AMVETS Memorial Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Rated 78% with 6 votes
Steel through arch bridge over New Croton Reservoir on Taconic State Parkway
Open to traffic
Built 1931; rehabilitated 1989
MNCW - Moodna Viaduct (Orange County, New York)
Rated 77% with 3 votes
Deck girder bridge over Moodna Creek, Orrs Mills Road and Otterkill Road on Metro-North's Port Jervis commuter line and Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic
Built 1906-08 for the Erie Railroad
Telegraph Road Bridge (Orleans County, New York)
Rated 77% with 2 votes
Double-Intersection Warren through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Telegraph Road
Open to traffic
Built 1911
OW - Lyon Brook Bridge (Old) (Chenango County, New York)
Rated 75% with 3 votes
Lost Deck truss bridge over Lyon Brook on former NY&OM/NYO&W Railroads northeast of Oxford
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1869, replaced in 1894
Yaw Bridge Road Bridge (Madison County, New York)
Rated 75% with 4 votes
Pony truss bridge over Unadilla River on Yaw Bridge Road
Closed
Built 1874
NYC - 69th Street Transfer Bridge (New York County, New York)
Rated 75% with 3 votes
Abandoned pony/through plate girder bridge over Hudson River on railroad
Abandoned
Built 1911
Golf Course Road Bridge (Oneida County, New York)
Rated 75% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Mohawk River on Golf Course Road in Rome
Open to traffic
Built ca.1885 and possibly relocated in 1910; rehabilitated 1959
Fourth Street Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 74% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Fourth Street in Waterford
Open to traffic
Built 1907; rehabilitated 1999
Vischers Ferry Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 74% with 3 votes
Bowstring pony truss bridge over abandoned section of Erie Canal on a pedestrian walkway in Vischer Ferry Nature and Historic Preserve
Open to pedestrians
Built 1869 over the Erie Canal at Fultonville; relocated 1919 to cross Cayadutta Creek at Fonda; moved and preserved 1996-98
SNC - Hadley Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 74% with 2 votes
Deck truss bridge over Sacandaga River on Delaware & Hudson RR
Open to traffic
Built 1943 to replace earlier 1894 truss bridge
CSX - Wilbur Bridge (Ulster County, New York)
Rated 74% with 2 votes
Parker through truss bridge over Rondout Creek on CSX RR
Open to traffic
Built 1903; replaced an 1882 structure
Plum Brook Road Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Rated 74% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Muscoot Crotn Res on Plum Brook Road in Golden's Bridge
Closed to all traffic
Built 1904; rehabilitated 1942
Bridge Street Bridge (Dutchess County, New York)
Rated 73% with 2 votes
Abandoned Whipple through truss bridge over Fishkill Creek on Bridge Street
Abandoned
Built 1879
Verrazano-Narrows Bridge (Richmond County, New York)
Rated 73% with 10 votes
Suspension bridge over The Narrows on I-278 between Staten Island and Brooklyn
Open to a total of 12 lanes of traffic
Upper level opened November 21, 1964; lower level opened June 28, 1969
CMRR - Bridge C9 (Ulster County, New York)
Rated 73% with 2 votes
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Esopus Creek on Catskill Mountain RR (formerly Ulster & Delaware/NYC RR)
Open to traffic
Niagara Street Bridge (Erie County, New York)
Rated 72% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Ellicott Creek on Niagara Street in Tonawanda
Open to pedestrians
Built 1909
Gallup Road Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Rated 72% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Gallup Road
Rehabilitated and reopened
Built 1909;
Driving Park Bridge (New) (Monroe County, New York)
Rated 72% with 3 votes
Vehicular bridge carrying Driving Park Avenue over the Genesee River gorge
Open to traffic
Built 1987
Cohoes-Waterford Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Rated 71% with 5 votes
Concrete arch bridge over Mohawk River on NY 32
Open to traffic
Built 1933
Lattice Bridge (Allegany County, New York)
Rated 71% with 2 votes
Whipple through truss bridge over Genesee River on Lattice Bridge Road
Closed to all traffic
Built 1887
Throgs Neck Bridge (Queens County, New York)
Rated 71% with 4 votes
Suspension bridge over East River on I-295 in New York
Open to traffic
Built 1961
CP - Champlain Canal Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Rated 71% with 2 votes
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Champlain Canal on Railroad
Open to traffic
Wallkill Valley Rail Trail - Rosendale Trestle (Ulster County, New York)
Rated 71% with 3 votes
Deck truss bridge over Rondout Creek and Main Street on Railroad
Open to pedestrians
Built 1895; closed to traffic in 1977;