|Carries||2 lanes of US 52/ Iowa 64/ IL 64|
|Locale||Savanna, Illinois / Jackson County, near Sabula, Iowa, River Mile 537.8|
|Maintained by||Iowa & Illinois Departments of Transportation|
|ID number||NBI 000000000029940|
|Design||Steel truss bridge|
|Total length||2,482 feet|
|Width||20 Feet, 2 lanes|
|Longest span||158 m|
|Opened||December 31, 1932|
The Savanna–Sabula Bridge is a truss bridge and causeway crossing the Mississippi River and connecting the city of Savanna, Illinois with the island city of Sabula, Iowa. The bridge carries U.S. Route 52 over the river. It is also the terminus of both Iowa Highway 64 and Illinois Route 64. The bridge carries an average of 2,400 vehicles daily as of 2005.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999 as structure #99001033.
Planning for the construction of a replacement to the Savannah-Sabula Bridge is underway, with construction scheduled to begin in 2015.
- Illinois Department of Transportation. Average Daily Traffic. Retrieved June 30, 2006.
- Illinois Department of Transportation U.S. 52/IL 64 over the Mississippi River
- Savanna-Sabula Bridge Site with statistics and photographs.
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