East Haddam Bridge
|East Haddam Swing Bridge|
|Locale||Haddam and East Haddam, Connecticut|
|Maintained by||Connecticut Department of Transportation|
|Total length||881 feet (269 m)|
|Width||24.6 ft (7.5 m)|
|Longest span||456 feet (139 m)|
|Clearance below||24.9 ft (7.6 m)|
|Opened||1913 (rebuilt 1999)|
The East Haddam Bridge is a steel, movable (swing) truss bridge composed of two main spans crossing the Connecticut River between Haddam, Connecticut and East Haddam, Connecticut. The bridge carries Route 82, with an average daily traffic of 11,600.
- Bruce Clouette and Matthew Rot. "East Haddam Bridge, Bridge No. 1138". CDOT. Retrieved 2008-09-22.
- ROUTE - 001 NEW YORK SL (GREENWICH) TO RHODE ISLAND SL (STONINGTON) PAGE 1
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