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Verrazano Bridge (Maryland)

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Subject: Giovanni da Verrazzano, Assateague Island National Seashore, Verrazano, Assateague State Park, Sinepuxent Bay, Maryland Route 611
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Verrazano Bridge (Maryland)

Verrazano Bridge
The Verrazano Bridge
Carries Two lanes of Template:Jct/extra MD 611 and pedestrians/bicycles
Crosses Sinepuxent Bay
Locale Assateague Island, Maryland
Maintained by Maryland State Highway Administration
ID number
  1. 23018 [1]
Daily traffic 5,302[1]

38°14′45″N 75°08′59″W / 38.245734°N 75.149660°W / 38.245734; -75.149660

The Verrazano Bridge in Maryland is a bridge on Maryland Route 611 over Sinepuxent Bay that connects Assateague Island to the mainland. Like the larger and more famous Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, it is named for Giovanni da Verrazzano. The crossing contains two spans, one carrying automobiles and the other carrying pedestrians and bicycles.[2]


Coordinates: 38°14′45″N 75°08′59″W / 38.245734°N 75.149660°W / 38.245734; -75.149660

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