Hudson River Way
Off Broadway Street
Albany, NY 12207
+1 800 258 3582 (Tourist Information)
The Hudson River Way is a modern day bridge built in 2002 and connects the Broadway in downtown to the Corning preserve on the Hudson riverbank. The length of the bridge is 650 feet and was exclusively made for pedestrians and cyclists to for an easy access to the other side of the Interstate 787. A walk on the bridge would take you though the murals of still life that were created on the concrete lamp-posts of the bridge. This award winning art collection was expertly crafted for more than 2 years by the Albany Mural Limited and are based on number of archaeological artifacts that were recovered from the area.