Cline Avenue Bridge project—East Chicago, Indiana

East Chicago, Ind., is coated in industrialization, and those at the Cline Avenue Bridge construction site are just doing their part to fit in. Roads & Bridges magazine checked out the progress on the bridge, which when finished will carry two lanes of traffic in and out of East Chicago over railroad tracks and the Indiana Harbor Canal. A four-lane bridge previously served as a connector for over 30 years, but in 2008 it was demolished. When complete, the new Cline Avenue Bridge will be 6,236 ft long with 170- to 300-ft spans. The main span over the Indiana Harbor Canal will be about 316 ft. The project is supposed to be complete in 2020, and the bridge will be tolled and can be expanded in the future to accomodate growth. 

September 20, 2018 / 0:04:33
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