Wabasso Bridge

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Wabasso Causeway Bridge
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Carries SR 510
Crosses Indian River
Locale Indian River County, Florida
Design concrete deck arch[citation needed]
Clearance below 20 m (66 ft)
Opened 1970
Coordinates 27°45′41″N 80°24′58″W / 27.76139°N 80.41611°W / 27.76139; -80.41611Coordinates: 27°45′41″N 80°24′58″W / 27.76139°N 80.41611°W / 27.76139; -80.41611

The Wabasso Causeway Bridge is a two-lane concrete arch bridge[citation needed] spanning the Indian River (Intracoastal Waterway) in Indian River County, Florida. The bridge was built by Scott Construction Company and was completed in 1970.

The Florida Department of Transportation numbers are 880051 and 880053.

It crosses the Intracoastal Waterway at Statute Mile 943, southeast of unlighted day beacon #80.

The two-lane bridge has a vertical clearance of 65 feet (20 m). The bridge replaced the old drawbridge that was built in 1927.

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