Having seen the light you were dealing with from Eden's shots, I'm not surprised you've favoured the after-dark shots (not taking a shot at you there Eden, just looks like you had really tough light to work with).
Overall, I like the feel of these, but again I feel there's a little extra space in a couple of the shots.
If you don't mind, I did a quick crop of a couple of them:
This one, I'd seek to highlight the repetition of the light spill along the concrete barriers:
This one, this crop jumped into my mind as soon as I saw the shot. Strong diagonals, with the light-stars all bunched together working in unison: (Could even shoot this wider with a landscape orientation shot if there isn't much clutter under the bridge where it continues out of frame on the left...)
As an alternate, wider crop - this could be a viable option:
Again, these are just my thoughts and my tastes, take from them what you like.
EDIT: Oh - and I like the last one, looks classy with the smooth but contrasty B&W tones.