Hudson River - Tidal section

The Hudson River - Tidal section is a tidal river and is part of the Hudson River. It runs for 134 miles from The Battery (where it joins the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (Sandy Hook to Hudson River)) to Troy Federal Lock (where it joins the New York State Canal System (Upper Hudson River)).

The exact dimensions of the largest boat that can travel on the waterway are not known. The maximum headroom is not known. The maximum draught is not known.

 
 
 

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The Battery
Official end of Hudson. Mile 0. Junction with the East River
Holland Tunnel 1.61 miles 0 locks
Lincoln Tunnel 3.89 miles 0 locks
George Washington Bridge 10.09 miles 0 locks
Tappan Zee Bridge 24.03 miles 0 locks
Bear Mountain Bridge 40.22 miles 0 locks
Newburgh–Beacon Bridge 52.73 miles 0 locks
Mid-Hudson Bridge 64.42 miles 0 locks
Poughkeepsie Bridge 64.91 miles 0 locks
Esopus Meadow Lighthouse 74.77 miles 0 locks
Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge 81.63 miles 0 locks
Saugerties Lighthouse 87.58 miles 0 locks
Hudson - Catskill Junction
Junction of the Hudson River with the Catskill Creek
96.97 miles 0 locks
Rip Van Winkle Bridge 98.05 miles 0 locks
Alfred H. Smith Memorial Bridge 117.64 miles 0 locks
Castleton Bridge 117.71 miles 0 locks
Dunn Memorial Bridge 126.44 miles 0 locks
Livingston Avenue Bridge 127.19 miles 0 locks
Patroon Island Bridge 128.08 miles 0 locks
Troy-Menands Bridge 130.64 miles 0 locks
Congress Street Bridge 132.42 miles 0 locks
Green Island Bridge 132.97 miles 0 locks
Collar City Bridge 133.28 miles 0 locks
Troy Federal Lock
Tidal limit of Hudson River
134 miles 0 locks
 
 
 
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