Tuesday, June 22, 2010

#146 Eastern Boulevard Bridge over the Bronx River

Eastern Boulevard Bridge over the Bronx River, Bronx, June 22, 2010
Rob Hickman, Viveca Gardiner, Keith Nelson, Shuan Sim

View on Unicycle NYC Bridge Tour Map at: unibridgetour.net

From Wired New York:
The Eastern Boulevard Bridge carries the Bruckner Expressway (I-278) over the Bronx River. It links the Hunts Point and Soundview sections of the Bronx. The Bruckner Expressway essentially runs northeast-southwest, beginning at the Triborough Bridge and ending at the New England Thruway, near Co-op City. The bridge consists of two parallel structures orientated east-west.
The Eastern Boulevard Bridge is a dual double-leaf trunnion bascule bridge with a span of 36.2 meters (118 feet, 6 inches) center to center of trunnions. Just west of the bridge is a fixed bridge that carries I-278 over Amtrak's Northeast Corridor line.
Each of the two bridges carries three expressway lanes on a 10-meter (34-foot) roadway, two service road lanes on a 6.7-meter (22-foot) roadway and a 2.3-meter (7'-6") sidewalk on the outside of each service road.

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