Girard Point Bridge
|Girard Point Bridge|
Girard Point Bridge and Basin Bridge in foreground (1995)
|Carries||Six lanes of I-95
(three upper, three lower)
|Locale||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Maintained by||Pennsylvania Department of Transportation|
|Design||Double-decked cantilever bridge|
The Girard Point Bridge is a double-decked cantilever bridge carrying Interstate 95 across the Schuylkill River in the American city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The bridge was opened in 1973. It is the last crossing of the Schuylkill River, which empties into the Delaware River less than half a mile downstream.
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Construction and renovation in 2010 and 2011
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation selected Buckley and Co. as the main contractor and a joint venture between Alpha-Liberty Painting as the paint contractor. The bridge deck was milled and a new surface was poured and the structural steel is being painted in order to extend the life of the steel. Work finished in the fall of 2011, but restarted in 2012 for expansion-joint replacement.
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