RFK Bridge

A low barrier, about four feet high, is all that prevents pedestrians and cyclists on the Triborough Bridge from taking an unwanted plunge.
Hours after THE CITY reported the absence of advertised emergency phones along the span’s pedestrian path, the MTA installed one.
A sign on the former Triborough Bridge proclaims “phone ahead.” But no such lifeline exists on the pedestrian section of the span.
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