Double-Decked Design: The Manhattan Bridge is a double-decked suspension bridge, with both roadways and subway track

Location and Span: It spans the East River, connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Construction: Construction of the Manhattan Bridge began in 1901 and was completed in 1912.

Design Architect: The bridge was designed by Leon Moisseiff, a notable engineer who also contributed to the design of the Golden Gate Bridge

Artistic Elements: The Manhattan Bridge features a distinctive and intricate Art Deco-style ornamentation

Bike Lanes and Pedestrian Walkways: The bridge has dedicated bike lanes and pedestrian walkways on both side

Longest Bridge in the World: When it opened in 1909, the Manhattan Bridge held the title of the longest suspension bridge in the world

Suspension System: Unlike the nearby Brooklyn Bridge, which uses a cable-stayed system

Colorful Lights: The bridge is illuminated with colored lights at night, which can change to mark special occasions or holiday

Historic Landmark: The Manhattan Bridge is a designated New York City Landmark and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Place