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You can live among history from earliest settlers, through the American Revolution, to the great mansions built by 19th century industrialists.
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The Claiborne Pell Newport Bridge is a toll bridge, and the cash toll is US.00 for cars (as of 2015).
From its opening in 1969 until 2009, the toll could be paid by cash or with tokens, which were purchased at the RIBTA office in Jamestown. Following that date, the only accepted forms of payment were cash or E-ZPass.
We also offer many maps for the RI area: Rhode Island, Downtown Newport, Bannister’s & Bowen’s Wharfs, Middletown, RI, Lower Thames Street and Jamestown, RI. When you around town ask for our printed map it has the Gurney’s Hotel on the cover.
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Newport is the home of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, as well as a number of mansions dating back to the Gilded Age, including The Breakers, Chateau-sur-Mer, The Elms, Marble House, Rosecliff, and Rough Point. With coastlines on the west, south and east, it’s known as the sailing capitol of the United States.Its main towers reach 122 meters (400 ft) above the water surface, and the roadway height reaches as high as 66 meters (215 ft). On a clear day, the bridge's towers are visible from the observation plaza at the Gay Head Light in Aquinnah on the Massachusetts island of Martha's Vineyard, the upper levels of the city of Providence's tallest buildings (approximately 22 miles), and as far northwest as the parking lot of Stone Hill Marketplace in Johnston, RI (approximately 23 miles).Similarly, the skyline of Providence is visible from the bridge deck.The Claiborne Pell Bridge, commonly known as the Newport Bridge, is a suspension bridge operated by the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority that spans the East Passage of the Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island (northeastern United States).The bridge, part of RI 138, connects the City of Newport on Aquidneck Island and the Town of Jamestown on Conanicut Island, which in turn is connected to the mainland by the Jamestown Verrazzano Bridge.