East Coast Greenway

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Planned off-road bicycle/pedestrian path from Calais, ME to Key West, FL.

173rd Street Pedestrian Bridge (New York County, New York)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Railroad on Pedestrian Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Air Line State Park Trail - Mashamoquet Brook Arch (Windham County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Mashamoquet Brook on Airline North State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Air Line State Park Trail - Natchaug River Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Built 1905, abandoned 1985, converted for trail use during the 1990s
Deck plate girder bridge over Natchaug River on Airline North State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Andover Street Railroad Bridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1957 replacing a previous 1898 structure
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Andover Street/MA 114 on Danvers Rail Trail (former Newburyport Railroad)
Open to pedestrians only

Arlington Memorial Bridge (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1986
Bascule bridge with concrete arch approaches over Potomac River on Memorial Avenue
Open to traffic

Ashton Viaduct (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Built 1945; reconstructed 2000
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Blackstone River on RI 116
Open to traffic

Blackstone River Bikeway - Blackstone River Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1887; relocated to this site 2001
Pin connected Lenticular pony truss bridge over Blackstone River on Blackstone River Bikeway
Open to pedestrians only

Blackstone River Bikeway - Worcester Flood Diversion Channel Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Relocated circa 2001
Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over Worcester Flood Diversion Channel on Blackstone River Bikeway
Open to pedestrians only

BM - Fitchburg Line Overpass (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1896, Abandoned 1987
Abandoned lattice through truss bridge over MBTA Fitchburg Line on B&M Central Massachusetts Branch (abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned

BM - Sudbury River Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1933; abandoned 1987
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Sudbury River on B&M Central Massachusetts Branch (abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned

Bolton Notch Tunnel (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1951
Concrete arch bridge over Hop River Trail State Park on US 6 in Bolton
Open to traffic

Charles River Dam Bridge (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1910 as a pair of parallel single leaf bascules; entire superstructure and mechanics demolished and replaced in 1962 with double-leaf bascule; rehabilitated 1992; entire superstructure replaced 2010-2011 with fixed trunnion bascule.
Bascule bridge over Charles River on MA 28 in Boston
Replaced by a new bridge

Coventry Greenway - Moosup River Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Through truss bridge over Moosup River on the Coventry Greenway/Moosup Valley State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians

Danielson Footbridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Fivemile River on Quinebaug River Trail/East Coast Greenway
Open to pedestrians only

Down East Sunrise Trail - Dennys River Bridge (Washington County, Maine)
Warren deck truss with alternating verticals bridge over Dennys River on Down East Sunrise Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Down East Sunrise Trail - Machias River Bridge (Washington County, Maine)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Machias River on Down East Sunrise Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Down East Sunrise Trail - Narraguagus River Bridge (Washington County, Maine)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Narraguagus River on Down East Sunrise Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Down East Sunrise Trail - Whitten Parritt Stream Bridge (Hancock County, Maine)
Stone arch bridge over Whitten Parritt Stream on Downeast Sunrise Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Factory Pond Railroad Bridge #36.58 (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1918
Deck plate girder bridge over Factory Pond on Southern New England Trunkline Trail
Under construction

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Connolly Parkway Overpass (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Deck plate girder bridge over Connolly Parkway on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - CT 322 Overpass (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1914, rehabilitated 1987, converted to trail use 2010-11
Pony/through plate girder bridge over CT 322/Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - CT 4 Overpass (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1928, rehabilitated 1954, converted to trail use 2002-3
Deck plate girder bridge over Farmington Avenue on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Dixwell Avenue Overpass (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1928
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Dixwell Avenue on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Farmington River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Rebuilt after damage in 1955 floods, abandoned 1991, converted to trail use 2002
Deck plate girder bridge over Farmington River on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Lock 12 Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built ca. 1846
Stone arch bridge over Farmington Canal on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Rosewood Road Arch Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over dirt road on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Thompson Brook Arch (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Thompson Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

FKOHT - Bow Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Bow Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Channel Five Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Channel Five on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Channel Two Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Channel #2 on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Kemp Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Kemp Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Little Duck-Missouri Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Missouri-Little Duck Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Long Key Viaduct (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Long Key Channel on Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to Pedestrians as part of the F.K.O.H.T.

FKOHT - Lower Sugarloaf Sound Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Lower Sugarloaf Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Missouri-Ohio Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Ohio-Missouri Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Niles Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1983, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Niles Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail


FKOHT - Ohio-Bahia Honda Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over OHIO-BAHIA HONDA CHANNEL on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Park Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Park Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Rockland Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1979, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Rockland Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #3 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Saddlebunch #3 Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #4 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1980, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Saddlebunch #4 Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #5 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1980, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Saddlebunch #5 Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Shark Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1979, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Shark Channel on Closed-spaan old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - South Pine Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over South Pine Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Tom's Harbor Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1980, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Tom's Harbor Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Tom's Harbor Cut Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1980, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Tom's Harbor Cut on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

Friedenfels Street Railroad Arch (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1866, widened for second track 1888
Stone arch bridge over Friedenfels Street on Old Eastern Marsh Trail (fmr. B&M Eastern Route)
Open to pedestrians only

Galen Street Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1907
Concrete arch bridge over Charles River on MA 16 (Galen Street) in Watertown
Open to traffic

Gillis Memorial Bridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1976
Bascule bridge over Merrimack River on US 1 (Bridge Road) in Newburyport
Open to traffic

Hop River State Park Trail - Burnap Brook Arch (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Burnap Brook on Hop River State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Hop River State Park Trail - Cheney Brook Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Deck plate girder bridge over Cheney Brook on Hop River State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Hop River State Park Trail - Hop River Tributary Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1912
Concrete rigid frame bridge over Hop River tributary on Hop River State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Hop River State Park Trail - Merritt Valley Road Overpass (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Abandoned 1972; converted to trail use early 2000s
Deck plate girder bridge over Merritt Valley Road on Hop River State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Hop River State Park Trail - Staddle Brook Arch (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Staddle Brook on Hop River State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Hop River State Park Trail - Western Hop River Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Deck plate girder bridge over Hop River on Hop River State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Hop River State Park Trail - Willimantic River Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Abandoned 1972
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over Willimantic River on Hop River State Park Trail (future)
Derelict/abandoned

Hudson River Greenway Bridge (New York County, New York)
Pony truss bridge over Railroad on Hudson River Greenway
Open to pedestrians only

Inwood Hill Park Bridge (New York County, New York)
Built 1938
Pony/through plate girder bridge
Open to pedestrians

Ipswich River Railroad Bridge 23.02 (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1888
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Ipswich River on Topsfield Linear Common
Open to pedestrians only

James J. Harold Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1933
Steel arch bridge over Charles River on Farwell Street in Waltham
Open to traffic

Memorial Bridge (New) (Rockingham County, New Hampshire)
Built 2012-13, Opened August? 2013
Through truss bridge over Piscatiqua River on US 1
Open

Merrimac Street Railroad Bridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1910
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Merrimac Street on Clipper City Rail-Trail/East Coast Greenway
Open to pedestrians only

NH - Quinebaug River Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Two southern spans lost to 1955 floods, line abandoned 1959, remainder demolished at a later point
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Quinebaug River, River Road, and Kennedy Drive on NYNH&H Midland Division
Replaced by a pedestrian bridge

NJT - Delaware & Raritan Canal Bridge (Mercer County, New Jersey)
Deck plate girder bridge over Delaware & Raritan Canal on NJT
Open to traffic

Parker Road Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Airline North State Park Trail on former alignment of Parker Road
Derelict/abandoned

Pelham Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Built 1906; rehabilitated 1945
Bascule bridge over Hutchinson River on Shore Road in New York
Open to traffic

Phoenix Road Bridge (Baltimore County, Maryland)
Built 1922; rehabilitated 1982
Deck truss bridge over Northern Central Rail-trail and Gunpowder Falls on Phoenix Road
Open to one lane traffic

SNETT - Blackstone Canal Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1917
Deck plate girder bridge over Canal Street & Blackstone Canal on Southern New England Trunkline Trail
Under construction

SNETT - Blackstone River Bridge (West) (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1911; abandoned 1970s; in process of trail conversion 7/2014
Deck plate girder bridge over Blackstone River on future Southern New England Trunkline Trail
Under construction

SNETT - Blackstone Viaduct (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1872, concrete added 1918
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Mill Street on NYNH&H Midland Division
Derelict/abandoned

SNETT - Canal Street Overpass (North) (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1917; being converted to trail use 2014
Deck plate girder bridge over Canal Street on Southern New England Trunkline Trail
Under construction

SNETT - St. Paul Street Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1901
Deck plate girder bridge over St. Paul Street on Southern New England Trunkline Trail/East Coast Greenway
Under construction

SNETT - Triad Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Abandoned Pratt deck truss girder bridge over Blackstone River, P&W Providence Main on Southern New England Trunkline Trail
Derelict/abandoned

Storrow Lagoon Bridge #2 (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Storrow Lagoon on Charles River Esplanade
Open to pedestrians only

Storrow Lagoon Bridge #3 (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Concrete rigid frame bridge over Storrow Lagoon on Charles River Esplanade
Open to pedestrians only

Two Cent Bridge (Kennebec County, Maine)
Original build in 1901 was washed away and rebuilt in 1903; one of the last pedestrian toll bridges still standing in the US
Wire suspension bridge over Kennebec River built as a pedestrian bridge
Open to pedestrians

Washington Secondary Trail - Flat River Bridge (Kent County, Rhode Island)
Built 1910, rehabilitated for trail use 2014
Deck plate girder bridge over Flat River Reservoir on Washington Secondary Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Washington Secondary Trail - Moosup River Bridge (Kent County, Rhode Island)
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over Moosup River on Washington Secondary Trail
Derelict/abandoned

Washington Secondary Trail - Pawtuxet River Bridge (Kent County, Rhode Island)
Parker through truss bridge over Pawtuxet River on Washington Secondary Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Washington Secondary Trail - South Branch Pawtuxet River Bridge #1 (Kent County, Rhode Island)
Deck plate girder bridge over South Branch Pawtuxet River on Washington Secondary Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Washington Secondary Trail - South Branch Pawtuxet River Bridge #2 (Kent County, Rhode Island)
Deck plate girder bridge over South Branch Pawtuxet River on Washington Secondary Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Washington Secondary Trail - South Branch Pawtuxet River Bridge #3 (Kent County, Rhode Island)
Through Truss Bridge over South Branch Pawtuxet River on Washington Secondary Trail
Open to pedestrians only

WB&A Trail - Horsepen Branch Bridge (Prince George's County, Maryland)
Concrete culvert bridge over Horsepen Branch on WB&A Trail
Open to pedestrians

Willimantic River Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1987
Steel stringer bridge over Willimantic River & East Coast Greenway on Route 66
Open to traffic