Capilano Bridge (Edmonton)

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Capilano Bridge
Capilano Bridge.JPG
Coordinates 53°33′20.7″N 113°26′19.0″W / 53.555750°N 113.438611°W / 53.555750; -113.438611Coordinates: 53°33′20.7″N 113°26′19.0″W / 53.555750°N 113.438611°W / 53.555750; -113.438611
Carries Wayne Gretzky Drive NW
Crosses North Saskatchewan River
Locale Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Official name Capilano Bridge
Characteristics
Total length 290 m[1] (950 feet)
History
Opened 1969[2]
Capilano Bridge is located in Edmonton
Capilano Bridge
Capilano Bridge
Location in Edmonton

The Capilano Bridge is a bridge that spans the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was built in 1969, is named for the nearby Capilano neighbourhood, and is part of Wayne Gretzky Drive.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Capilano Bridge Rehabilitation (Edmonton) Archived July 13, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ City of Edmonton, Naming Edmonton : From Ada to Zoie, 2004. ISBN 0-88864-423-X
Preceded by
Dawson Bridge
Bridge across the
North Saskatchewan River
Succeeded by
Three pedestrian bridges
Road bridge across the
North Saskatchewan River
Succeeded by
Beverly / Clover Bar Bridges