Anthony Wayne Bridge
|Anthony Wayne Bridge|
Anthony Wayne Bridge crossing the Maumee River
|Carries||SR 2 / SR 51 / SR 65|
|Total length||3,215 ft (979.9 m)|
|Width||60 ft (18.3 m)|
|Longest span||1,252 ft (381.6 m)|
|Constructed by||McClintic-Marshall Company|
The Anthony Wayne Bridge, commonly called the High Level Bridge, was designed by Waddell & Hardesty and constructed by the McClintic-Marshall Company in 1931, and is a downtown Toledo, Ohio landmark named after General Anthony Wayne. It is a suspension bridge that spans the Maumee River. The bridge has some features that give it a unique aesthetic quality, including a sky blue color and various lattice patterns.
In April 2012, the city of Toledo and the Ohio Department of Transportation announced a project that would close the bridge to traffic for nearly 2 years. The redevelopment project took nearly 3 years to complete and reopened in October 2015 
- Deck width: 60 feet (18 m)
- Roadway width: 54 feet (16 m)
- Structure length: 3,215 feet (980 m)
- Center span: 785 feet (239 m)
- Total suspended length: 1,252 feet (382 m)
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- "Anthony Wayne Bridge (1931) | Structurae". En.structurae.de. Retrieved 2011-09-02.
- "Google Maps". Maps.google.com. Retrieved 2011-09-02.
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