10. Kosciuszko Bridge
When the 78-year-old Kosciuszko Bridge is demolished in 2018, it will join our list of former and lost bridges. But the current bridge is actually a replacement for the former Meeker Street bridge, as we showed in our article about the secrets of the secrets of the Kosciuszko Bridge. A replacement, cable-stayed bridge, located south of the Kosciuszko, has been under construction since 2015; it will open in 2017 with three lanes in each direction. A second, cable-stayed span will also take over the current location of the Kosciuszko once it is demolished (too much fanfare and anticipation for New Yorkers).