The shiny new Willis Avenue Bridge (replacing the old one from 1901) is currently on a 110-mile journey down the Hudson River. The $600 million, 2,400-ton, 350-foot span was built in Albany County, and the the NY Post reports that the finished structure has been loaded on to two barges and is now traveling towards its permanent city home.

The trip will take 30 hours, first docking in Bayonne, and at the end of the month it will be towed to the East River, just south of the old Willis Avenue Bridge. Once it place, it will help connect 1st Avenue at East 124th Street in Harlem to Willis Avenue at East 134th Street in The Bronx. Keep an eye out for it sometime tomorrow morning!