M. Harvey Taylor Memorial Bridge

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M. Harvey Taylor Memorial Bridge
Harvey Taylor Bridge cut.jpg
Coordinates 40°15′45″N 76°53′51″W / 40.2626°N 76.8974°W / 40.2626; -76.8974Coordinates: 40°15′45″N 76°53′51″W / 40.2626°N 76.8974°W / 40.2626; -76.8974
Carries Motor vehicles and pedestrians
Crosses Susquehanna River
Locale Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Maintained by PennDOT
History
Opened 1952

The M Harvey Taylor Bridge is a steel girder bridge that spans the Susquehanna River in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Named after State Senator M. (Maris) Harvey Taylor, a prominent state legislator from Harrisburg who lived between 1876 and 1982, the bridge connects Harrisburg's downtown and Riverfront Park with the West Shore. The bridge was built in 1952 and was reconstructed and widened from July 2001 through July 2004 to accommodate additional pedestrian walkways. The speed limit is 50 mph.

M. Harvey Taylor Memorial Bridge 2013

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