US 278

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Baker Creek Bridge (Howard County, Arkansas)
Built 1965
Steel stringer bridge over Baker Creek on Us 278
Open to traffic

Crooked Creek Bridge (Cullman County, Alabama)
Built 1937
Steel stringer bridge over Crooked Creek on Us 278; Sr 74
Open to traffic

Drainage Ditch Bridge (Drew County, Arkansas)
Concrete culvert bridge over Drainage Ditch on E. McCloy Ave (WB US 278)
Open to traffic

Duck Creek Bridge (Cullman County, Alabama)
Built 1941
Steel stringer bridge over Duck River on Us 278; Sr 74
Open to traffic

E Elm St Bridge (Polk County, Georgia)
Bridge over Euharlee Creek Trib on E Elm St
Open to traffic

Greenville Bridge (Chicot County, Arkansas)
Built 2010
Cable-stayed bridge over Mississippi River on US 82
Opened August 4, 2010

Greenville-Lake Village Bridge (Chicot County, Arkansas)
Opened to traffic Sept. 17, 1940; Closed to all traffic August 4, 2010 ; Demolished 2011
Cantilevered Warren through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on US 82 between Greenville and Lake Village
No Longer Exists Western Portal pillars and markers still in place.

Tallahatchie River Bridge (Panola County, Mississippi)
Built 1940
Through truss bridge over Tallahatchie River on MS 6 / US 278 west of Batesville
Open to two-lane traffic

US 278 Cossatot River Bridge (Howard County, Arkansas)
Built 1965
Steel stringer bridge over Cossatot River on Us 278
Open to traffic

US 278 CSX Railroad Bridge (Cullman County, Alabama)
Built 1962
Concrete tee beam bridge over Csx Railroad on Us278; Sr74; Sr69
Open to traffic