The streets of Philadelphia mainly follow a grid plan, one of the first such lay-outs used in a North American city.
The grid plan originated in 1682, when William Penn founded Philadelphia and appointed Thomas Holme as his surveyor.
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Connecting to Northeast Philadelphia are the Betsy Ross Bridge, a six-lane bridge linking the Bridesburg neighborhood of Philadelphia with Pennsauken, New Jersey, and the Tacony–Palmyra Bridge, a three-lane drawbridge spanning the Delaware River between the Tacony neighborhood of Philadelphia and Palmyra, New Jersey.