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The High Line Moynihan Connector Timber Bridge Installation

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Jonathan Morefield / Field Condition

We had the privilege of adding to an icon. The High Line Moynihan Connector is a 600-foot-long extension to the High Line, creating one continuous pathway between Moynihan Train Hall, Manhattan West, and the High Line. The Connector is composed of two bridges running above Dyer Avenue and West 30th Street.

One of those bridges, the Timber Bridge, was recently installed over Dyer Avenue—marking a major milestone in the project’s construction. The 260-foot-long warren truss is made of sustainably sourced wood. With steel decking and bronze handrails, the Timber Bridge will soon link to the tree-lined Woodland Bridge, to create an episodic urban journey from the contemporary spaces of Midtown West to the verdant landscaping and historic structure of the High Line.

Together with the upcoming completion of Manhattan West, the Connector contributes to our commitment to enhance the public realm in New York City.

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