|Carries||Traffic (Hwy 3)|
|Crosses||South Saskatchewan River|
|Official name||Muskoday Bridge|
The Muskoday Bridge is a Canadian traffic bridge that spans the South Saskatchewan River dividing the Muskoday First Nation reserve; the bridge was completed on October 21, 1970. The bridge carries Saskatchewan Highway 3 linking Prince Albert, Saskatchewan with Birch Hills, Saskatchewan.
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- "Item - Official Opening of Muskoday Bridge". Retrieved 2012-04-06.