4 bridges connect Staten Island to the rest of the world | SILive.com: "Opened in November 1931. The main span, the least-used crossing on the Island, stretches 5,780 feet and has four lanes of traffic. The bridge is also the only Island crossing with a sidewalk accessible to the public and is the longest single-bowed bridge in the world, just surpassing the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia. Tolls are collected only in the Staten Island-bound direction. The bridge is the borough’s least-used crossing, with 19,375 vehicles per day last year."
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