List of crossings of the Cuyahoga River

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This is a list of bridges and other crossings of the Cuyahoga River from its mouth at Lake Erie upstream to its source at Burton, Ohio. The list includes current road and rail crossings, as well as various other crossings of the river.

All locations are in the U.S. state of Ohio.

Crossings[edit]


Mouth at 41°30′13″N 81°42′44″W / 41.50361°N 81.71222°W / 41.50361; -81.71222 ("Cuyahoga River mouth at Lake Erie")Coordinates: 41°30′13″N 81°42′44″W / 41.50361°N 81.71222°W / 41.50361; -81.71222 ("Cuyahoga River mouth at Lake Erie"), elevation: 571 feet (174.0 m)[1] at Lake Erie
in Cleveland.

RM
[2][3][4][5]
ID#
[6]
Crossing
Carries
Location
Built
Coordinates
    N.Y.C. rail lift bridge[7] Norfolk Southern Cleveland,
Cuyahoga County
  41°30′00″N 81°42′32″W / 41.499998°N 81.708972°W / 41.499998; -81.708972 (NYC-CSX rail lift bridge)
  1800035 Main Avenue Bridge[8] SR 2 (Cleveland Memorial Shoreway) 1938-1939[9] 41°29′55″N 81°42′19″W / 41.498697°N 81.705249°W / 41.498697; -81.705249 (Main Avenue/Shoreway SR-2 bridge)
    ruin Main Avenue bridge former Main Avenue  
    former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad jackknife bridge former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad   41°29′45″N 81°42′10″W / 41.495930°N 81.702688°W / 41.495930; -81.702688 (former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad jackknife bridge)
    ruin Superior Viaduct drawspan former Superior Avenue-Detroit Avenue 1875-1878[10]
  1869345 Center Street swing bridge Center Street 1900[7] 41°29′40″N 81°42′12″W / 41.494317°N 81.703296°W / 41.494317; -81.703296 (Center Street swing bridge)
  1800930 Veterans Memorial Bridge[11] US 6 / US 20 / US 42 / SR 3 1912-1917[12] 41°29′38″N 81°42′13″W / 41.493843°N 81.70365°W / 41.493843; -81.70365 (Detroit-Superior US-6/20/42 SR-3 bridge)
    Cleveland Union Terminal Viaduct rail bridge[13] GCRTA Red Line   41°29′18″N 81°42′05″W / 41.48833°N 81.701483°W / 41.48833; -81.701483 (GCRTA Red-line bridge)
  1833758 Columbus Road lift Bridge Cuyahoga CR-356 Columbus Road 1870, Rebuilt:[14]
1895 and
1939-1940;[7]

Replacement span
to be installed
June 2014[15]

41°29′18″N 81°42′01″W / 41.488314°N 81.700399°W / 41.488314; -81.700399 (Columbus Road Cuyahoga CR-356 lift bridge)
    rail lift bridge Flats Industrial Railroad 1953[16] 41°29′32″N 81°41′59″W / 41.492107°N 81.699606°W / 41.492107; -81.699606 (Flats Industrial Railroad lift bridge)
    unused Old River Road railroad lift bridge unused railroad   41°29′40″N 81°41′53″W / 41.494317°N 81.698007°W / 41.494317; -81.698007 (unused Old River Road railroad lift bridge)
    Old River Road Bridge Old River Road   41°29′40″N 81°41′53″W / 41.494317°N 81.698007°W / 41.494317; -81.698007 (Old River Road bridge)
  1869264 unused Carter Road lift Bridge former Carter Road-Eagle Avenue 1939 41°29′36″N 81°41′32″W / 41.493313°N 81.692213°W / 41.493313; -81.692213 (unused Carter Road lift bridge)
  1801503 Hope Memorial Bridge[17] SR 10 (Carnegie Avenue/Lorain Avenue) 1927-1932[18] 41°29′22″N 81°41′37″W / 41.489407°N 81.693554°W / 41.489407; -81.693554 (Lorain-Carnegie Avenue SR-10 bridge)
    single-leaf trunnion bascule rail bridge Norfolk Southern 1920[16] 41°29′12″N 81°41′30″W / 41.486706°N 81.691677°W / 41.486706; -81.691677 (single-leaf trunnion bascule rail bridge)
    ruin Central Viaduct[19]     41°29′10″N 81°41′24″W / 41.48611°N 81.69000°W / 41.48611; -81.69000 (ruin Central Viaduct)
    George V. Voinovich Bridge westbound span I‑90 2011-2013 41°29′10″N 81°41′24″W / 41.48611°N 81.69000°W / 41.48611; -81.69000 (ruin Central Viaduct)
  1809393 Innerbelt Bridge[20] I‑90 1956-1959[7] 41°29′11″N 81°41′25″W / 41.486305°N 81.690314°W / 41.486305; -81.690314 (Innerbelt I-71/90 Bridge)
  1869728 Seneca Scherzer roller-lift bridge West 3rd Street[21] 1903,
rebuilt: 1940[7][22]
41°29′17″N 81°41′08″W / 41.488153°N 81.68568°W / 41.488153; -81.68568 (Seneca/West 3rd Street lift bridge)
    ruin Erie-Lackawanna rail bridge former Erie-Lackawanna Railroad    
    ruin Jefferson Avenue bridge former Jefferson Avenue   41°28′56″N 81°40′34″W / 41.482278°N 81.676195°W / 41.482278; -81.676195 (ruin Jefferson Avenue bridge)
    Quigley-Rockefeller rail draw bridge     41°28′45″N 81°40′28″W / 41.479264°N 81.674404°W / 41.479264; -81.674404 (Quigley-Rockefeller rail draw bridge)
  1811991 Interstate 490 bridge I‑490 west 1990 41°28′43″N 81°40′25″W / 41.4785°N 81.673642°W / 41.4785; -81.673642 (Interstate 490 bridge)
    CW conveyor belt   Newburgh Heights,
Cuyahoga County
  41°28′18″N 81°40′08″W / 41.471732°N 81.669007°W / 41.471732; -81.669007 (CW conveyor belt?)
    CW pipeline bridge     41°28′16″N 81°40′08″W / 41.471169°N 81.668878°W / 41.471169; -81.668878 (CW pipeline bridge)
    N.S. Railway bridge No. 3 (L).W. & L.E.R.R. Cleveland Works Railway Operation   41°28′14″N 81°40′08″W / 41.470662°N 81.668825°W / 41.470662; -81.668825 (NS-LW-LERR rail bridge)
    ruin Clark Avenue-Pershing bridge former Rt. 329 Clark Avenue 1917[22]  
    Newburg and South Shore rail lift bridge Newburg and South Shore Railroad   41°28′11″N 81°40′09″W / 41.469786°N 81.669039°W / 41.469786; -81.669039 (Newburg and South Shore rail lift bridge)
    CWRO steel mill rail bridge Cleveland Works Railway Operation   41°27′53″N 81°40′37″W / 41.464842°N 81.676946°W / 41.464842; -81.676946 (CWRO steel mill rail bridge)
    CW steel mill conveyor bridge     41°27′53″N 81°40′38″W / 41.464769°N 81.677271°W / 41.464769; -81.677271 (CW steel mill conveyor bridge)
    CWRO steel mill rail bridge Cleveland Works Railway Operation   41°27′53″N 81°40′38″W / 41.464775°N 81.677351°W / 41.464775; -81.677351 (CWRO rail bridge)
    private road bridge (Cleveland Works Steel Mill) Cuyahoga Works Steel Mill private road   41°27′52″N 81°40′42″W / 41.464424°N 81.678309°W / 41.464424; -81.678309 (CW steel mill private road bridge?)
    CW pipeline bridge     41°27′46″N 81°40′51″W / 41.462727°N 81.680819°W / 41.462727; -81.680819 (CW pipeline bridge)
    CWRO rail bridge Cleveland Works Railway Operation   41°27′16″N 81°41′02″W / 41.454325°N 81.683898°W / 41.454325; -81.683898 (CWRO rail bridge)
  1832344 Harvard-Denison bridge Rt. 37 Denison Avenue-Harvard Avenue 1910,
Rebuilt: 1977[22]
41°26′57″N 81°40′54″W / 41.449275°N 81.681635°W / 41.449275; -81.681635 (Harvard-Denison Rt. 37 bridge)
    CWRO rail bridge Cleveland Works Railway Operation   41°26′57″N 81°40′52″W / 41.449219°N 81.681055°W / 41.449219; -81.681055 (CWRO rail bridge)
  1830651 Harvard Avenue bridge Cuyahoga CR-43 1955 41°26′50″N 81°41′05″W / 41.447313°N 81.684639°W / 41.447313; -81.684639 (Harvard Avenue Cuyahoga CR-43 bridge)
    pipeline bridge   Brooklyn Heights,
Cuyahoga County
  41°25′38″N 81°39′58″W / 41.427221°N 81.666228°W / 41.427221; -81.666228 (pipeline bridge?)
    CSXT rail bridge CSXT   41°25′37″N 81°39′57″W / 41.427004°N 81.665799°W / 41.427004; -81.665799 (rail bridge)
    BP/Sohio pipeline bridge BP/Sohio pipeline   41°25′36″N 81°39′54″W / 41.426537°N 81.664908°W / 41.426537; -81.664908 (BP/Sohio pipeline bridge)
    NEORSD rail bridge   Cuyahoga Heights,
Cuyahoga County
  41°25′06″N 81°38′53″W / 41.418307°N 81.648°W / 41.418307; -81.648 (NEORSD rail bridge)
  1806173 Interstate 77 bridge I‑77 Independence, Cuyahoga 1976 41°25′05″N 81°38′36″W / 41.418066°N 81.643322°W / 41.418066; -81.643322 (Interstate 77 bridge)
    Brecksville Road bridge SR 21 (Brecksville Road)   41°25′04″N 81°38′30″W / 41.417905°N 81.641745°W / 41.417905; -81.641745 (Brecksville Road SR-21 bridge)
    rail bridge   Valley View,
Cuyahoga County
  41°25′04″N 81°38′29″W / 41.417865°N 81.641369°W / 41.417865; -81.641369 (rail bridge)
  1802585 Granger Road bridge SR 17 (Granger Road) 1939 41°24′51″N 81°38′16″W / 41.414071°N 81.637855°W / 41.414071; -81.637855 (Granger Road SR-17 bridge)
  1812521
and
1812548
Valley View Bridge North span I‑480 west (Outerbelt South Freeway) Garfield Heights, Valley View and
Independence; Cuyahoga County
1972-1978 41°24′31″N 81°38′02″W / 41.408552°N 81.633843°W / 41.408552; -81.633843 (I-480 Westbound Bridge)
  1812521
and
1812548
Valley View Bridge South span I‑480 east (Outerbelt South Freeway) 1972-1978 41°24′31″N 81°38′02″W / 41.408552°N 81.633843°W / 41.408552; -81.633843 (I-480 Eastbound Bridge)
    Old Rockside Road bridge Old Rockside Road Independence, Cuyahoga County   41°23′41″N 81°37′45″W / 41.394601°N 81.629256°W / 41.394601; -81.629256 (Old Rockside Road bridge)
13.1[3] 1830279 Rockside Road bridge Cuyahoga CR-53 1964 41°23′37″N 81°37′45″W / 41.393716°N 81.629203°W / 41.393716; -81.629203 (13.1 Cuyahoga CR-53 Rockside Road bridge)
    ruin Stone Road bridge former Stone Road  
15.6[5] 1832107 Hillside Road bridge Cuyahoga CR-145 Hillside Road 1923 41°22′24″N 81°36′53″W / 41.373294°N 81.614762°W / 41.373294; -81.614762 (Hillside Road Cuyahoga CR-145 bridge)
    CVSR-Canal trail bridge all-purpose bicycle/pedestrian trail   41°22′23″N 81°36′54″W / 41.373141°N 81.614901°W / 41.373141; -81.614901 (CVSR-Canal bicycle/pedestrian trail bridge)
16.36[23]   ruin former Riverview Road-Tinkers Creek Road bridge former Riverview Road-Tinkers Creek Road  
  1830449 East Pleasant Valley Road bridge Cuyahoga CR-39 East Pleasant Valley Road 1958 41°21′35″N 81°35′59″W / 41.359597°N 81.599731°W / 41.359597; -81.599731 (East Pleasant Valley Road Cuyahoga CR-39 bridge)
    CVSR maintenance yard access road bridge Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad maintenance yard access road  
20[24] 7706871 Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge[25][26] SR 82 (Chippewa Road/West Aurora Road) Sagamore Hills, Summit County 1931 41°19′17″N 81°35′14″W / 41.321364°N 81.587199°W / 41.321364; -81.587199 (SR-82 Chippewa Road-West Aurora Road bridge)
20.71
[27]
  Ohio and Erie Canal diversion dam   1825-1827 41°19′15″N 81°35′15″W / 41.32083°N 81.58750°W / 41.32083; -81.58750 (Ohio and Erie Canal diversion dam)[28]
    Station Road-Bridle Trail bridge[29]   1882 41°19′10″N 81°35′15″W / 41.319333°N 81.587575°W / 41.319333; -81.587575 (Station Road-Bridle Trail bridge)
  7751001 Buckeye Towpath Connector bridge Rt. 111 Highland-Vaughn Road 1967 41°17′20″N 81°33′54″W / 41.288763°N 81.565012°W / 41.288763; -81.565012 (Highland-Vaughn Road/Buckeye Towpath Connector Rt. 111 bridge)
    unsequenced bridge     41°21′24″N 81°35′52″W / 41.356626°N 81.597671°W / 41.356626; -81.597671 (unsequenced road bridge)
    Jaite paper mill rail bridge former Valley Rail, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad   41°17′05″N 81°34′02″W / 41.284655°N 81.567109°W / 41.284655; -81.567109 (Jaite paper mill rail bridge)
26.5-29.2[5] 7733194 Boston Mills Road bridge Rt. 32 Boston Township,
Summit County
1999 41°15′47″N 81°33′36″W / 41.262925°N 81.560071°W / 41.262925; -81.560071 (Boston Mills Road Rt. 32 bridge)
  7709005
and
7709064
Interstate 271 bridge North span I‑271 south (Cleveland Outerbelt East) 1968 41°15′40″N 81°33′26″W / 41.261215°N 81.55726°W / 41.261215; -81.55726 (Interstate 271 Southbound bridge)
  7709005
and
7709064
Interstate 271 bridge South span I‑271 north (Cleveland Outerbelt East) 1968 41°15′40″N 81°33′26″W / 41.261215°N 81.55726°W / 41.261215; -81.55726 (Interstate 271 Northbound bridge)
  7729618
and
7729642
Interstate 80 bridge North span I‑80 west 2001 and 2003 41°15′21″N 81°33′22″W / 41.255948°N 81.556027°W / 41.255948; -81.556027 (Interstate 80 Westbound bridge)
  7729618
and
7729642
Interstate 80 bridge South span I‑80 east 2001 and 2003 41°15′21″N 81°33′22″W / 41.255948°N 81.556027°W / 41.255948; -81.556027 (Interstate 80 Eastbound bridge)
    CVSR bridge Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad Peninsula,
Summit County
  41°15′00″N 81°32′59″W / 41.250068°N 81.54974°W / 41.250068; -81.54974 (CVSR rail bridge)
    ruin Peninsula Aqueduct former Ohio and Erie Canal 1825-1827  
    Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail Peninsula bridge All-purpose bicycle/pedestrian trail   41°14′33″N 81°33′01″W / 41.242542°N 81.550147°W / 41.242542; -81.550147 (Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail Peninsula bridge)
  7709935 West Streetsboro Road bridge SR 303 1956 41°14′29″N 81°32′59″W / 41.241291°N 81.54975°W / 41.241291; -81.54975 (West Streetsboro Road SR-303 bridge)
    CVSR bridge Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad   41°13′59″N 81°33′04″W / 41.233102°N 81.550995°W / 41.233102; -81.550995 (CVSR rail bridge)
33.2-33.3[5] 7745206 Bolanz Road bridge Rt. 81 Bolanz Road Cuyahoga Falls,
Summit County
1982 41°12′03″N 81°34′07″W / 41.200812°N 81.568515°W / 41.200812; -81.568515 (Bolanz Road Rt. 81 bridge)
  7745249 Ira Road bridge Rt. 46 Ira Road 1996 41°10′53″N 81°35′00″W / 41.181515°N 81.583412°W / 41.181515; -81.583412 (Ira Road Rt. 46 bridge)
37.2[3] 7745060 West Bath Road bridge Rt. 48 Bath Road Akron,
Summit County
1959 41°09′44″N 81°34′28″W / 41.162291°N 81.574352°W / 41.162291; -81.574352 (37.2 Rt. 48 West Bath Road bridge)
  CVNP pedestrian bridge 41°09′10″N 81°34′05″W / 41.152901°N 81.567961°W / 41.152901; -81.567961 (CVNP pedestrian bridge)
39.7[5]-40.25[30] 7730160 North Portage Path bridge Rt. 29 Portage Path Akron,
Summit County
1931 41°08′09″N 81°32′51″W / 41.135841°N 81.54756°W / 41.135841; -81.54756 (North Portage Path Rt. 29 bridge)
    Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail connector (Akron) all-purpose bicycle/pedestrial trail   41°07′58″N 81°32′20″W / 41.132819°N 81.538929°W / 41.132819; -81.538929 (Towpath Trail connector Akron bridge)
    Valley View Golf Club (Akron) pedestrian bridge   41°07′28″N 81°31′53″W / 41.124402°N 81.531435°W / 41.124402; -81.531435 (Valley View Golf Club (Akron) pedestrian bridge)
  7730411 Cuyahoga Street bridge Rt. 28 1997 41°07′02″N 81°31′30″W / 41.11712°N 81.525051°W / 41.11712; -81.525051 (Cuyahoga Street Rt. 28 bridge)
43.9[3] 7730306 State Road/North Main Street bridge Akron-Cuyahoga Falls border,
Summit County
1948 41°07′22″N 81°30′34″W / 41.122729°N 81.509376°W / 41.122729; -81.509376 (43.9 SR-8 North Main Street-State Road bridge)
45.8
[27]
  Gorge Metropolitan Park Dam   1912 41°07′23″N 81°29′50″W / 41.12306°N 81.49722°W / 41.12306; -81.49722 (Gorge Metropolitan Park Dam)[31]
  7730322 Front Street bridge 1981 41°07′06″N 81°29′36″W / 41.11826°N 81.493444°W / 41.11826; -81.493444 (Front Street Rt. 59 bridge)
  Prospect scenic overlook Cuyahoga Falls,
Summit County
41°07′50″N 81°28′57″W / 41.130455°N 81.482619°W / 41.130455; -81.482619 (Prospect scenic overlook)
  7763905 Broad Boulevard bridge Broad Boulevard 2004 41°08′01″N 81°28′56″W / 41.133631°N 81.482104°W / 41.133631; -81.482104 (Broad Boulevard bridge)
  7700636 Portage Trail bridge Portage Trail 1970 41°08′10″N 81°28′54″W / 41.136225°N 81.481546°W / 41.136225; -81.481546 (Portage Trail bridge)
49.9
[27][32]
  Cuyahoga Falls Low Head Dam     41°08′14″N 81°28′53″W / 41.13722°N 81.48139°W / 41.13722; -81.48139 (Cuyahoga Falls Low Head Dam)[33]
  7700644 Ohio Routes 8 & 59 bridge SR 8 / SR 59 1974 41°08′25″N 81°28′41″W / 41.140152°N 81.478027°W / 41.140152; -81.478027 (OH-8/59 bridge)
    CA&C railroad bridge     41°08′42″N 81°28′23″W / 41.144951°N 81.472952°W / 41.144951; -81.472952 (CA&C Railroad Bridge)
    former Bailey Road pedestrian bridge Bailey Road pedestrian trail   41°08′42″N 81°28′21″W / 41.145016°N 81.472609°W / 41.145016; -81.472609 (Bailey Road pedestrian bridge)
  7763891 Hudson Drive bridge Hudson Drive 2002 41°08′45″N 81°28′18″W / 41.145775°N 81.471622°W / 41.145775; -81.471622 (Hudson Drive bridge)
  7763867 Oak Park Boulevard bridge Oakpark Boulevard 1997 41°08′54″N 81°28′04″W / 41.148247°N 81.467685°W / 41.148247; -81.467685 (Oak Park Boulevard bridge)
    pedestrian bridge pedestrian trail   41°08′52″N 81°26′59″W / 41.147827°N 81.449617°W / 41.147827; -81.449617 (pedestrian bridge)
48.7-49.7[5] 7707142 North Main Street bridge SR 91 Munroe Falls,
Summit County
1963 41°08′32″N 81°26′20″W / 41.142277°N 81.438845°W / 41.142277; -81.438845 (North Main Street SR-91 bridge)
  6736440 Middlebury Road bridge Middlebury Road Kent,
Portage County
1960 41°08′16″N 81°23′27″W / 41.137889°N 81.390834°W / 41.137889; -81.390834 (Middlebury Road bridge)
    The Portage Bike and Hike Trail all-purpose bicycle/pedestrial trail 2012[34] 41°08′34″N 81°22′23″W / 41.142879°N 81.372933°W / 41.142879; -81.372933 (Portage Bike and Hike Trail bridge)
  W&LE Railway Cleveland Subdivision W&LE 41°08′38″N 81°22′17″W / 41.143759°N 81.371286°W / 41.143759; -81.371286 (rail bridge)
  Kent sewage pipe 41°08′43″N 81°22′11″W / 41.145326°N 81.369762°W / 41.145326; -81.369762 (Kent sewage pipe)
  6760007 Fred Fuller Park-Kramer Fields (cemetery) bridge Fred Fuller Park Drive 1948 41°08′59″N 81°22′02″W / 41.149689°N 81.367188°W / 41.149689; -81.367188 (Fred Fuller Park Drive-Kramer Fields bridge)
  6737498 Stow Street-West Summit bridge Stow Street and West Summit Street 1966 41°09′02″N 81°21′45″W / 41.150481°N 81.36237°W / 41.150481; -81.36237 (Stow Street-West Summit bridge)
  6701132 Redmond Greer Memorial Bridge SR 43 / SR 59 (Haymaker Parkway) 1975 41°09′04″N 81°21′42″W / 41.151192°N 81.361566°W / 41.151192; -81.361566 (Haymaker Parkway SR-59 bridge)
54.8
[32]
  Kent Dam     41°9′12″N 81°21′35″W / 41.15333°N 81.35972°W / 41.15333; -81.35972 (Kent Dam)[35]
  6737080 West Main Street bridge West Main Street (Kent) 1931 41°09′14″N 81°21′34″W / 41.153825°N 81.359549°W / 41.153825; -81.359549 (West Main Street SR-43/59 bridge)
    Fairchild Avenue bridge Fairchild Avenue 2009-2013[36] 41°09′30″N 81°21′33″W / 41.158318°N 81.359259°W / 41.158318; -81.359259 (Fairchild Avenue bridge)
  6737390 Crain Avenue bridge (removed) Crain Avenue 1965-2012 41°09′32″N 81°21′33″W / 41.158874°N 81.359109°W / 41.158874; -81.359109 (Former Crain Avenue bridge)
    The Portage Bike and Hike Trail all-purpose bicycle/pedestrial trail 2013[37] 41°09′32″N 81°21′33″W / 41.158874°N 81.359109°W / 41.158874; -81.359109 (Portage Bike and Hike Trail bridge)
  6760120 River Bend Boulevard bridge River Bend Boulevard 1998 41°10′07″N 81°20′47″W / 41.168623°N 81.346438°W / 41.168623; -81.346438 (River Bend Boulevard bridge)
  Quarry spur rail bridge Franklin Township,
Portage County
41°10′45″N 81°20′06″W / 41.17921°N 81.335119°W / 41.17921; -81.335119 (Quarry spur rail bridge)
    Ravenna Road bridge Ravenna Road   41°10′50″N 81°20′08″W / 41.180518°N 81.335527°W / 41.180518; -81.335527 (Ravenna Road bridge)
    Ravenna Road rail bridge railroad   41°10′51″N 81°20′07″W / 41.180793°N 81.335227°W / 41.180793; -81.335227 (rail bridge)
57.97
[38]
  Lake Rockwell Dam Lake Rockwell   41°10′58″N 81°19′51″W / 41.18278°N 81.33083°W / 41.18278; -81.33083 (Lake Rockwell Dam)[39]
  6700586 Cleveland-East Liverpool Road bridge SR 14 (Cleveland-East Liverpool Road) Streetsboro,
Portage County
1985 41°12′35″N 81°18′14″W / 41.209671°N 81.303855°W / 41.209671; -81.303855 (Cleveland / East Liverpool Road SR-14 bridge)
  6704417 Richfield-Hudson Road bridge SR 303 Shalersville Township,
Portage County
1959 41°14′42″N 81°17′09″W / 41.24507°N 81.285971°W / 41.24507; -81.285971 (Richfield Hudson Road SR-303 bridge)
  6729495 Interstate 80 bridge I‑80 (Ohio Turnpike) 1954 41°14′53″N 81°17′02″W / 41.248103°N 81.283846°W / 41.248103; -81.283846 (Interstate 80 bridge)
  6735290 Coit Road bridge Portage CR-210 Coit Road 1940 41°14′56″N 81°16′09″W / 41.248764°N 81.269083°W / 41.248764; -81.269083 (Coit Road Portage CR-210 bridge)
  6734979 Infirmary Road bridge Portage CR-164 Infirmary Road 1996 41°16′08″N 81°14′46″W / 41.268944°N 81.246167°W / 41.268944; -81.246167 (Infirmary Road Portage CR-164 bridge)
    Main Street-Line and Orchard Street road bridge access road Mantua,
Portage County
  41°16′39″N 81°13′37″W / 41.277587°N 81.226942°W / 41.277587; -81.226942 (Main Street-Line and Orchard Street access bridge)
  6701620 Main Street bridge SR 44 1935 41°16′43″N 81°13′28″W / 41.278707°N 81.224549°W / 41.278707; -81.224549 (Main Street SR-44 bridge)
    former High-Prospect bridge pedestrian trail   41°16′55″N 81°13′15″W / 41.282045°N 81.220902°W / 41.282045; -81.220902 (pedestrian road)
  6733972 East High Street bridge High Street 1940 41°17′02″N 81°13′00″W / 41.283964°N 81.216567°W / 41.283964; -81.216567 (East High Street bridge)
  6733662 Pioneer Trail bridge Portage CR-254 Mantua Township,
Portage County
1991 41°18′03″N 81°12′11″W / 41.30078°N 81.203038°W / 41.30078; -81.203038 (Pioneer Trail Portage CR-254 bridge)
  6703364 Twinsburg Warren Road SR 82 1950 41°18′38″N 81°11′41″W / 41.310499°N 81.194766°W / 41.310499; -81.194766 (Twinsburg Warren Road SR-82 bridge)
    ruin Allyn Road bridge former Allyn Road  ?   41°20′19″N 81°10′03″W / 41.338506°N 81.167429°W / 41.338506; -81.167429 (ruin Allyn Road)
  6734316 Winchell Road bridge Portage CR-264/278 Hiram,
Portage County
1993 41°20′27″N 81°10′01″W / 41.340931°N 81.166925°W / 41.340931; -81.166925 (Winchell Road Portage CR-264/278 bridge)
  2801779 Main Market Road bridge US 422 Welshfield,
Geauga County
1963 41°23′12″N 81°09′28″W / 41.386708°N 81.157677°W / 41.386708; -81.157677 (Main Market Road US-422 bridge)

Source at 41°26′25″N 81°09′5.5″W / 41.44028°N 81.151528°W / 41.44028; -81.151528 (Source: East Branch and West Branch), elevation: 1,093 feet (333.1 m)[1]
confluence of East Branch Cuyahoga River[40] and West Branch Cuyahoga River[41]
near Pond Road and Rapids Road in Burton, Geauga County, Ohio.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Cuyahoga River
  2. ^ RM stands for "River Mile" and refers to the method used by federal and state government agencies to identify locations along a water body. Mileage is defined as the lineal distance from the downstream terminus (i.e., mouth) and moving in an upstream direction.
  3. ^ a b c d "3745-1-26 Cuyahoga river." (PDF). Environmental Protection Agency.  RM:
    • 5.6 N&SS Newburgh and South Shore railroad bridge
    • 44.6 Edison Dam
    • 57.97 Lake Rockwell mouth
    • 62 Lake Rockwell source
    • 83.9 Troy-Burton Township line, Geauga County
  4. ^ RM 33.08 Furnace Run, "CUYAHOGA RIVER - FURNACE RUN TRIBUTARY WATERSHED". CRCPO. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f River Mile, Landmark: "Lower Cuyahoga River Watershed TMDLs, Appendix D. Aquatic Life Use Attainment Status for Stations Sampled in the Cuyahoga River Basin July-September, 1999-2000" (PDF). Ohio EPA. 
    • 6.2/ Ust. Nav. Channel
    • 7.2 B/7.1 Dst. Big Creek
    • 8.0 B/8.3 Dst. Southerly WWTP
    • 11.0 B/11.0 Ust. Southerly WWTP, Dst Mill Cr.
    • 42.6 w/42.8 Ust. Little Cuyahoga River
    • – /46.0 Dst. Cuyahoga Falls
    • 55.7 B Dst. Lake Rockwell
    • 64.5 w/64.2 Ust. Lake Rockwell
    • 83.7 w Dst. West Branch Cuy. River
    Upper Watershed:
    • 87.3 w/87.3 Dst. Tare Creek (wetland)
    • 90.6 w/90.7 Dst. East Branch Reservoir
    • 96.2 H/96.2 Ust. East Branch Reservoir
    • 97.7 /97.7 Dst. Pioneer Lake
  6. ^ ID# refers to the National Bridge Inventory #.
  7. ^ a b c d e "The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Bridges". Case Western Reserve University. 
  8. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Main Avenue Viaduct
  9. ^ "The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Main Avenue Bridge". Case Western Reserve University. 
  10. ^ "The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Superior Viaduct". Case Western Reserve University. 
  11. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Detroit-Superior Viaduct
  12. ^ "The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Veterans Memorial Bridge". Case Western Reserve University. 
  13. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Cleveland-Union Terminal Viaduct
  14. ^ "The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Columbus Street Bridge". Case Western Reserve University. 
  15. ^ Breckenridge, Tom (2013-03-30). "Columbus Road Bridge to Close Soon in Cleveland's Flats; Replica Span Being Built". The Plain Dealer. Retrieved 2013-03-30. 
  16. ^ a b "Movable Bridges over the Cuyahoga River". Cleveland Memory, Cleveland State University Library. 
  17. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Hope Memorial Bridge
  18. ^ "The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Hope Memorial Bridge". Case Western Reserve University. 
  19. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Central Viaduct (historical)
  20. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Innerbelt Bridge
  21. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: West Third Street Bridge
  22. ^ a b c "Bridges of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County, 1918, OTHER IMPORTANT BRIDGES IN CLEVELAND, By Stanley L. McMichael". Cleveland Memory, Cleveland State University Library. 
  23. ^ "Tinkers Creek Watershed". Tinkers Creek Watershed. 
  24. ^ "Cuyahoga River Area of Concern". Environmental Protection Agency. 
  25. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge
  26. ^ Library of Congress. Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge, Spanning Cuyahoga River Between Brecksville & Northfield, Brecksville, Cuyahoga County, OH.
  27. ^ a b c "Lower Cuyahoga River Watershed TMDLs Figure 2. Schematic of the Lower Cuyahoga River Watershed" (PDF). Ohio EPA. 
  28. ^ Ohio and Erie Canal diversion dam manually plotted in Google.
  29. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Station Road Bridge
  30. ^ "Cuyahoga River, Ohio Restoration Study. Third Interim Preliminary Feasibility Report on Erosion and Sedimentation. Volume I. Main Report.". Defense Technical Information Center. 
  31. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Gorge Metropolitan Park Dam manually adjusted in Google
  32. ^ a b "Middle Cuyahoga TMDL,Figure 2. Schematic of the Middle Cuyahoga River" (PDF). Ohio EPA. 
  33. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Cuyahoga Falls Low Head Dam manually adjusted in Google
  34. ^ "Portage Hike and Bike Trail - Tannery Segment; City of Kent, Ohio". City of Kent, Ohio. 
  35. ^ Kent dam manually plotted from Google Maps
  36. ^ "Fairchild Avenue Bridge; City of Kent, Ohio". City of Kent, Ohio. 
  37. ^ "Fairchild Avenue Bridge; City of Kent, Ohio". City of Kent, Ohio. 
  38. ^ "Upper Cuyahoga River Watershed TMDLs Figure 2. Schematic Representation of the Upper Cuyahoga Watershed" (PDF). Ohio EPA. 
  39. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Lake Rockwell Dam manually adjusted in Google
  40. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: East Branch Cuyahoga River
  41. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: West Branch Cuyahoga River

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