Was the preservation of walkways on the East River Crossings the most successful?

Asked by: Adam2
  • You bet cha

    As we all know... The original East River Crossings were horseways and people also walked on it. Eventually sometimes in the 1920s and 1930s parts of it would be replaced with a roadway for automobiles. I think it was a really nice thing to do. Retain part of the original walkway.

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