Newell Toll Bridge
|Newell Toll Bridge|
|Carries||2 lanes of roadway, pedestrians and bicycles|
|Locale||East Liverpool and Newell, West Virginia|
|Maintained by||Newell Bridge and Railway Company|
|Design||Cable suspension bridge|
|Clearance below||13.5 feet (4.1 m)|
|Daily traffic||Open, usually 2,000 cars per day|
|Toll||$0.75 (one-way), $1.00 (round-trip) for cars and pickups
$0.05 for pedestrians
The Newell Toll Bridge is a privately owned suspension bridge over the Ohio River on the Golding Street Extension between Newell, West Virginia and East Liverpool, Ohio, United States. It carries two lanes of roadway and a pedestrian path along the west side. Tolls are charged for all road users at varying rates depending upon vehicle; pedestrians are also tolled. The bridge is one of the last suspension bridges on the Ohio River.
- "Newell Bridge". historicbridges.org. Historic Bridges. July 12, 2009. Retrieved May 13, 2017.
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