Jubilee Bridge (Stockton-on-Tees)
Jubilee Bridge over the river Tees from west side
|Official name||Jubilee Bridge|
|Carries||Queen Elizabeth Way|
|Locale||Borough of Stockton-on-Tees, England, United Kingdom|
|Material||reinforced concrete and T-section steel plate girders|
|Total length||150 metres (492 ft)|
|Longest span||106 metres (348 ft)|
|Number of spans||3|
|Piers in water||2|
|Constructed by||Birse Construction Ltd.|
|Fabrication by||Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company|
|Opened||20 April 2002|
|Preceded by||Preston Pipe Bridge|
|Followed by||Surtees Bridge|
The Jubilee Bridge is a road and pedestrian/cycle bridge carrying the Queen Elizabeth Way north-south across the River Tees linking Stockton-on-Tees with nearby Ingleby Barwick in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees in the north-east of England. The bridge is over 5 kilometres upriver from, and over 3 kilometres approximately south of Stockton town centre.
The Jubilee Bridge is a balanced cantilever design, 150 m long with 3 spans and a main span of 106 m. It is constructed from reinforced concrete and T-section steel plate girders. It carries dual two lane carriageways and additionally on the western side, a pedestrian cycle track linking in to the local pedestrian cycle tracks on the southern bank of the river Tees.
The piers are supported on 914 mm concrete-filled tubular steel piles and the abutments are supported by steel 'H' piles.
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