November 21st In NYC History
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1964...The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge opens as the nation's longest suspension bridge, allowing drivers to travel between Brooklyn and Staten Island for a 50-cent toll. The new span marks the end of New York's golden age of bridge-building, and helps turn sleepy Staten Island into a bustling borough.