Riverside Drive overpass at 96th Street. This is another of Moses' Grade
Crossing Eliminations, because before the Henry Hudson Parkway was built,
96th Street didn't have any reason to go across Riverside Drive. Plus, the
bridge is made made of concrete (the WPA's favorite building material).
- NYC Parks Dept press release
of February 27, 1935: ”At 96th Street there will be a
second grade crossing elimination.” [in addition to the 79th Street
- New Deal Assistance in
NYC Parks Department Projects, 1934-43.