James Street Bridge (Kansas City, Kansas)
|James Street Bridge|
|Carries||2 lanes of James Street|
|Locale||Kansas City, Kansas to Central Industrial District, Kansas City, Kansas|
|Maintained by||WyCo Unified Government|
|Design||Thru-Truss (first bridge), Girder (second and current bridge)|
|Opened||1904 (first bridge), 1987 (second and current bridge)|
The James Street Bridge is a car crossing of the Kansas River at Kansas City. It is the second bridge at this location.
The first bridge was built in 1904 as a two lane, thru-truss bridge. The second bridge was built in 1987, as a two lane girder bridge, but using the 1904 pier from the first bridge.
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