Ogdensburg–Prescott International Bridge

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Ogdensburg–Prescott International Bridge
Ogdensburg-Prescott Bridge.JPG
Carries NY 812 and Highway 16
Crosses Saint Lawrence River/Saint Lawrence Seaway
Owner Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority
Website http://www.ogdensport.com/
Preceded by Thousand Islands Bridge
Followed by Three Nations Crossing
Design Suspension bridge
Total length 1.5 miles
Longest span 350.75 meters/1,150.8 ft
Number of spans 6 deck and 1 Main w/ US & Canadian approaches.
Construction end 1960
Toll $2.75[1]
Johnstown with the Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge in the background.

The Ogdensburg–Prescott International Bridge, also known as the St. Lawrence Bridge and the Seaway Skyway, is a suspension bridge connecting Ogdensburg, New York in the United States to Johnstown, Ontario (a few kilometres east of Prescott) in Canada. Designed by Modjeski & Masters and completed in 1960, it has 6 spans and a main span of 350.75 meters (1,150.8 ft) totaling 1.5 miles across the Saint Lawrence River and Saint Lawrence Seaway.[2]

On the Canadian side, the bridge connects to Highway 16, a highway which interchanges with Highway 401 and Highway 416 that continues north to Ottawa.

On the American side, the bridge connects to New York State Route 812, which connects with New York State Route 37 a few blocks from the southern end. Route 812 joins Route 37 west into Ogdensburg. It then goes south to Village of Lowville in Lewis County. Route 37 continues west to a fork at Morristown, N.Y. where Route 12 picks up to Alexandria Bay and Route 81.

See also[edit]

Other suspension bridges in Ontario:


  1. ^ "Customs Border Crossings". United Counties of Leeds and Grenville. Retrieved 1 July 2015. 
  2. ^ "Ogdensburg Prescott International Bridge". Nicolas Janberg's Structurae. Retrieved 2009-08-05. 

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Coordinates: 44°44′07″N 75°27′34″W / 44.735316°N 75.459487°W / 44.735316; -75.459487