Fort Road Bridge
|Fort Road Bridge|
|Carries||Four lanes of MN 5|
|Locale||St. Paul, Minnesota|
|Maintained by||Minnesota Department of Transportation|
|Total length||1198.5 feet|
|Longest span||300 feet|
|Clearance below||59.8 feet|
Fort Road Bridge is a girder bridge that spans the Mississippi River between St. Paul, Minnesota and Fort Snelling, Minnesota. It was built in 1960 by the Minnesota Department of Transportation and was designed by Sverdrup & Parcel Engineering Company. It is the third bridge on the site, the first bridge, a deck girder bridge was built in 1880. The second bridge, a metal arch bridge was built by 1912.
- MNDOT Consumer Access: Road and Bridge Plans, Bridge 9300. Accessed 2006-04-16.
- Highland - Ramsey County Historical Society. Accessed 2006-04-17.
Image gallery: the Fort Road Bridge
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