Saint Croix – Vanceboro Bridge
The Saint Croix – Vanceboro Bridge is an international bridge, which connects the communities of Saint Croix, New Brunswick in Canada and Vanceboro, Maine in the United States, across the St. Croix River. The bridge consists of three reinforced concrete slab spans for a total length of 37.82 metres, which carries a two lane roadway across the river.
The bridge was constructed in 1927 as a concrete tee beam structure, and opened in 1928. The original bridge was replaced with the current deck in 1997.
Transport Canada estimated the bridge's traffic at 66,635 vehicles annually in 2006.
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