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Old 11-28-2016, 9:56 AM
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I work literally 75 feet away from the greenpoint Ave bridge in Brooklyn, NYC.
I am wondering if anyone knows the specific contact channel for them and the other bridges and waterways around NYC?


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Old 11-28-2016, 10:31 AM
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Try marine channel 13 for bridges.
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Old 11-28-2016, 10:39 AM
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From Mr Google at
http://www.rexmarine.com/docs/Coast-Pilot-Ch9.pdf

Greenpoint Avenue Bridge, 1.1 miles above the
mouth of Newton Creek, has a bascule span with a
clearance of 24 feet at the fenders and 30 feet at the center.
Kosciusko Memorial Bridge, 1.8 miles from the
mouth, has a fixed span with a clearance of 125 feet.
Metropolitan Avenue Bridge, which crosses English
Kills 3 miles from the mouth of Newtown Creek, has a
bascule span with a clearance of 10 feet at the center.
Montrose Avenue Bridge, at the head of English Kills,
has a swing span with a clearance of 4 feet. The
bridgetenders at the Greenpoint Avenue and Metropolitan
Avenue bridges monitor channel 13; call signs
KX8182 and KX8179, respectively. (See 117.1
through 117.59 and 117.801, chapter 2, for drawbridge
regulations.)

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I work literally 75 feet away from the greenpoint Ave bridge in Brooklyn, NYC.
I am wondering if anyone knows the specific contact channel for them and the other bridges and waterways around NYC?


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Thanks great info!


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