Camden Bridge

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Camden Bridge
Camden Bridge.jpg
The Camden Bridge as viewed from the west bank of the Mississippi
Coordinates 45°01′56″N 93°17′00″W / 45.03222°N 93.28333°W / 45.03222; -93.28333Coordinates: 45°01′56″N 93°17′00″W / 45.03222°N 93.28333°W / 45.03222; -93.28333
Carries Four lanes of traffic
Crosses Mississippi River
Locale Minneapolis, Minnesota
Maintained by City of Minneapolis
ID number 27549
Characteristics
Design Plate girder bridge
Total length 1,686 feet (513.89 m)
Width 70 feet (21.34 m)
Longest span 244 feet (74.37 m)
Clearance below 31 feet (9.45 m)
History
Opened 1977
Upper 3 Minneapolis Mississippi.svg
Bridges over the Mississippi in Minneapolis. Camden Bridge is the second bridge in this image.

Camden Bridge is a continuous span plate girder bridge, that spans the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It connects 42nd Avenue North in the Camden community on the west side of the river to 37th Avenue Northeast in Northeast Minneapolis on the east side. It also links Webber Parkway (on the west side) to St. Anthony Parkway on the east side, completing a link in the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway. It was built in 1977 and was designed by Jacus Associates Incorporated.

The bridge was closed in April 2010 for a six-month resurfacing project[1] and reopened ahead of schedule on August 21, 2010.[2]

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References[edit]

  • Costello, Mary Charlotte (2002). Climbing the Mississippi River Bridge by Bridge, Volume Two: Minnesota. Cambridge, MN: Adventure Publications. ISBN 0-9644518-2-4. 
  1. ^ "Camden Bridge opens earlier than expected", KARE 11, Minneapolis, 22 August 2010. Retrieved on 2010-8-30.
  2. ^ [ "Camden bridge over Mississippi to be closed for six months"], Star-Tribune, Minneapolis, 9 April 2010. Retrieved on 2010-7-13.