Newell Toll Bridge

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Newell Toll Bridge
Coordinates 40°37′12″N 80°35′20″W / 40.62000°N 80.58889°W / 40.62000; -80.58889
Carries 2 lanes of roadway, pedestrians and bicycles
Crosses Ohio River
Locale East Liverpool and Newell, West Virginia
Maintained by Newell Bridge and Railway Company
Characteristics
Design Cable suspension bridge
Clearance below 13.5 feet (4.1 m)
History
Opened 1905
Statistics
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.[1]

Coordinates: 40°37′12″N 80°35′20″W / 40.62000°N 80.58889°W / 40.62000; -80.58889

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Newell Bridge". historicbridges.org. Historic Bridges. July 12, 2009. Retrieved May 13, 2017. 

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