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Walnut Street Bridge (Philadelphia)

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Walnut Street Bridge
Philadelphia Walnut Street Bridge.jpg
Walnut Street Bridge with Cira Centre South in the background
Coordinates39°57′05″N 75°10′53″W / 39.9515°N 75.1815°W / 39.9515; -75.1815 (Walnut Street Bridge)
CarriesWalnut Street
CrossesSchuylkill River
LocalePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
Width62 feet (19 m)
Construction end1991

The Walnut Street Bridge in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania crosses the Schuylkill River between Center City and West Philadelphia, and carries Walnut Street, a westbound street. Completed in 1990[1] after several years of construction, this modern highway-type bridge replaced a span completed in 1893. The bridge was adjusted in 2012 to become a 3 lane bridge with 12-feet-wide (3.7m) foot paths,[2] as well as a bike lane[3] The Bridge in its current state The 1893 bridge was a 60-foot-wide (18 m) concrete structure with three steel Pratt trusses mounted on four heavy oblong concrete abutments and piers. It was demolished in 1988, but its piers were used for the 62-foot (19 m)-wide 1991 span.

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  1. ^ Thomsen, D. "Walnut Street Bridge". Retrieved 2019-04-12.
  2. ^ "Walnut St Bridge Enhancements". Schuylkill Banks. 2016-07-26. Retrieved 2019-04-12.
  3. ^ Saksa, Jim (2017-04-04). "City will replace delineator posts on Walnut Street Bridge bike lane". PlanPhilly | City will replace delineator posts on Walnut Street Bridge bike lane. Retrieved 2019-04-12.
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