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Fitches Covered Bridge 32-13-02 #2 (Delaware County, New York)
Built 1870; relocated 1885, replaced 2001
Covered bridge over West Branch Delaware River on Fitches Bridge Road
Open to traffic

Five Arch Bridge (Livingston County, New York)
Built in 1857 by Genesee Valley R.R. (Erie / Erie-Lackawanna R.R.) over the Conesus Lake Outlet.
Stone arch bridge over Conesus Lake Outlet
Closed to all traffic

Five Mile Viaduct (Charleston County, South Carolina)
Built 1926
Concrete tee beam bridge over S.C.L. Rr & S-39 on US 78
Open to traffic

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 - 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 - Spanish 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 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Spanish Harbor Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently future Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

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

Fleisher's Covered Bridge 38-50-17 (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1887
Covered bridge over Big Buffalo Creek on Fairgrounds Road (TR 477)
Open to traffic

Fletcher Covered Bridge 48-17-03 (Harrison County, West Virginia)
Built 1891; rehabilitated 2002
Kingpost through truss bridge over Tenmile Creek on Harrison Cr 5/29
Open to traffic

Flint Covered Bridge 45-09-11 (Orange County, Vermont)
Built 1845; Rehabilitated 1969
Covered Queenspost through truss bridge over First Branch White River on Bicknell Hill Rd in Tunbridge
Open to traffic

Florence Main Street Bridge (Fremont County, Colorado)
Built 1921
Concrete arch bridge over Coal Creek on CO 115 in Florence
Open to traffic

Foraker Covered Bridge 35-56-14 (Monroe County, Ohio)
Built 1886 by Isaiah Cline
Covered bridge over Little Muskingum River on Plainview Road (CR 40)
Open to traffic

Forest City Bridge (Dewey County, South Dakota)
Built 1958; rehabilitated 1980
Through truss bridge over Missouri River (Oahe Lake) on US 212
Open to traffic

Forest Grove Road Bridge in Wycombe, PA (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905
Stone arch bridge over Mill Creek on Forest Grove Road
Open to traffic

Forestville Road Bridge (Marquette County, Michigan)
Built 1935
Deck truss bridge over Dead River on HD Road
Open to traffic

Forksville Covered Bridge 38-57-01 (Sullivan County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1850 by Samuel Sadler Rogers; rehabilitated 2004
Covered bridge over Loyalsock Creek on PA 4012 in Forksville
Open to traffic

Forry Mill Covered Bridge 38-36-28 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1869
Covered bridge over Big Chiques Creek on Bridge Valley Road
Open to traffic

Forsythe Covered Bridge 14-70-04 (Rush County, Indiana)
Built 1888 by E. L. Kennedy
Covered bridge over Flatrock River on CR 650 South
Open to traffic

Fort Atkinson Bridge (Winneshiek County, Iowa)
Built 1892 by D.H. Young of Manchester, Iowa
Through truss bridge over Little Turkey River on 150th Street in Fort Atkinson
Open to one-lane traffic

Fort Benton Bridge (Chouteau County, Montana)
Built in 1888 by Benton Bridge Co. as toll bridge. Chouteau County purchased 1896. The swing span was lost to flood 1908, and replaced with fixed span in 1921. Closed to traffic in 1963.
Completed by the Benton Bridge Co. as a toll bridge to connect Judith River Basin trade with the Great Northern RR and Missouri River shipping. Chouteau Co. purchased the bridge in 1896. Vehicle traffic was closed in 1963.
Open to pedestrians

Fort Fletcher Bridge (Ellis County, Kansas)
Built 1936 by the Works Progress Administration
Four-span stone arch bridge over Big Creek on Walker Avenue, 4.8 mi. south of Walker
Open to traffic

Fort Griffin Bridge (Shackelford County, Texas)
Built 1885 by the King Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Clear Fork Brazos River on CR 188
Closed to all traffic

Fort Madison Bridge (Lee County, Iowa)
Built 1927
Toll double-decker through truss swing bridge over the Mississippi River on IA 2/IL 9/BNSF Railroad at Fort Madison
Open to traffic

Fort Morgan Rainbow Arch Bridge (Morgan County, Colorado)
Built 1922-23; made obsolete by new bridge in 1963; rehabilitated in 1987
Eleven-span Marsh arch bridge over South Platte River on CO 52, just north of Fort Morgan
Open to pedestrians only

Fort Spokane Bridge (Lincoln County, Washington)
Built 1941
Through truss bridge over Spokane River on WA 25 at Miles
Open to traffic

Fort Street Bridge (Old) (Wayne County, Michigan)
Built 1926; demolished 2013
Lost bascule bridge over Rouge River on M-85 in Detroit
Replaced by a new bridge

Foss River Road Bridge (King County, Washington)
Built 1951
Pony truss bridge over Foss River on Foss River Road
Open to traffic

Foster Bridge (Washtenaw County, Michigan)
Built 1876; rehabilitated 2003
Through truss bridge over Huron River on Maple Road
Open to traffic

Fountain Creek Bridge (El Paso County, Colorado)
Built 1932 by the Pueblo Bridge & Construction Co.
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Fountain Creek on Business US 24
Open to traffic

Fountain Creek Bridge (Monroe County, Illinois)
Built 1849 by Herman Garleb; made obsolete by new bridge in 1927
Stone arch bridge over Fountain Creek just south of IL 156, west of Waterloo
Open to pedestrians only

Four Mile Creek Lattice Bridge (Morris County, Kansas)
Pony truss bridge over Four Mile Creek, 1.5 mi. south and 0.8 mi. east of Wilsey
Open to traffic

Fourche Lafave River Arch Bridge (Perry County, Arkansas)
Built 1941 by the Luten Bridge Co.
Three-span open-spandrel arch bridge over Fourche Lafave River on AR 7
Open to traffic

Fourpoints Bridge (Frederick County, Maryland)
Built ca. 1876 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1997
Through truss bridge over Tom's Creek on Keysville Road
Open to traffic

Fourteenth Street Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Built 1925; main span replaced 1988
Wooden bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad on W. 14th Street in North Little Rock
Kingpost truss span replaced with a steel stringer span in 1988, but timber trestle substructure preserved

Fowlersville Covered Bridge 38-19-05 (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1886 by Charles King; relocated in 1986
Covered bridge over a branch of Briar Creek in Briar Creek Park
Open to pedestrians only

Fox River Bridge (Kane County, Illinois)
Built 1918; Replaced 1996
Lost Concrete tee beam bridge over Fox River on Ill Rte 72 (Main Street)
Replaced by a new bridge

Fox Run S Bridge (Muskingum County, Ohio)
Built 1828 as part of the National Road. Placed on the NRHP in 1973.
Stone arch bridge over Fox Run on the original alignment of the National Road (US 40).
Open to pedestrians

Francis Scott Key Bridge (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1925; rehabilitated 1986; rehabilitated 2017
Concrete arch bridge over Whitehurst Freeway, George Washington Memorial Parkway, and Potomac River on Water Street (U.S. 29)
Open to traffic

Frank Lloyd Wright Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1915 as part of a residential development; Demolished 1984; Replaced 1985
Lost Bridge over Ravine on Sylvan Road
Replaced by new bridge

Frank's Ford Bridge (Olmsted County, Minnesota)
Built 1895
Pin-connected Pratt through truss bridge over South Fork Zumbro River on 90th Street CR 121
Open to pedestrians only

Frankenfield Covered Bridge 38-09-09 (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1872; rehabilitated 1978
Steel stringer bridge over Tinicum Creek on Cafferty Road
Open to traffic

Frankford Avenue Bridge (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1697 by the residents of Lower Dublin Township; widened 1893
Three-span stone arch bridge over Pennypack Creek on Frankford Avenue (US 13) in Holmesburg
Open to traffic

Frankford Avenue Bridge (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904
Arch bridge over Poquessing Creek on Frankford Avenue/Bristol Pike
Open to traffic

Franklin Avenue Bridge (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
Built 1923
Concrete arch bridge over Mississippi River on CSAH 5 in Minneapolis
Open to traffic

Franklin Bridge (Franklin County, Nebraska)
Built 1932
Warren pony truss bridge over Republican River on Highway 10
Open to traffic

Frantz's Bridge (Lehigh County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1887; Demolished & replaced 2011
Stone arch bridge over Jordan Creek on Kistler Road (PA 4025)
Replaced by a new bridge

Freeport Bridge (Winneshiek County, Iowa)
Originally built 1878 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. over Upper Iowa River on a county road; relocated 1989
Relocated bowstring through truss bridge at Trout Run Park in Decorah
Open to pedestrians only

Fremont Bridge (King County, Washington)
Built 1917
Bascule bridge over Lake Washington Ship Canal on Fremont Avenue North in Seattle
Open to traffic

Fremont Mill Bridge (Jones County, Iowa)
Built 1873 by the Massillon Bridge Co.; relocated 1985
Relocated bowstring through truss bridge in Central Park, east of Anamosa
Open to pedestrians

French Creek Bridge (Custer County, South Dakota)
Built 1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps
Concrete arch bridge over French Creek on SD 87 in Custer State Park
Open to traffic

Frenchtown Road over Merritt Parkway Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1942
Concrete arch bridge over Merritt Parkway (CT 15) on Frenchtown Road in Trumbull
Open to traffic

Friendship Gardens Bridge (Hendricks County, Indiana)
Built 1886 by the Morse Bridge Company, relocated and restored for trail usage.
Warren through truss bridge over White Lick Creek on a trail in Plainfield
Open to pedestrians only on a trail.

Fromberg Bridge (Carbon County, Montana)
Built 1914; replaced 2008
Lost concrete arch bridge over Clarks Fork on CR 307 in Fromberg
Replaced by a new bridge

Front Street Bridge (Grand Traverse County, Michigan)
Built 1902
Concrete arch bridge over Boardman River on Front Street in Traverse City
Open to traffic

Fruita Bridge (Mesa County, Colorado)
Built 1906 by the M.J. Patterson Construction Co.
Three-span through truss bridge over Colorado River on 17-1/2 Road at Fruita
Closed to all traffic

Fryer's Ford Bridge (Conway County, Arkansas)
Built 1890 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. of Canton, Ohio, Lost 2011
Through truss bridge over East Fork Point Remove Creek on CR 67 (Fryer Bridge Road)
Collapsed by an overloaded truck .

Fuller Covered Bridge 45-06-05 #2 (Franklin County, Vermont)
Built 1890; rehabilitated 2000
Covered Town Lattice through truss bridge over Black Falls Brook on Fuller Bridge Road (C2001) in Montgomery
Open to traffic

Galena Street Bridge (Carroll County, Illinois)
Built ca.1890 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Carroll Creek on North Galena Street in Mount Carroll
Open to traffic

Galena Y Bridge (Stone County, Missouri)
Opened November 1927, replacing an earlier truss bridge. Made obsolete by a new highway bridge in 1986 and closed to vehicular traffic.
Five-span open-spandrel arch bridge with Y-shaped approach over James River at Galena
Open to pedestrians only

Galien River Bridge (Berrien County, Michigan)
Built 1998
Stringer bridge over Galien River on Avery Rd (Mill)
Open to traffic

Gallon House Covered Bridge 37-24-01 (Marion County, Oregon)
Built 1916; rehabilitated 1990
Covered bridge over Abiqua Creek on Gallon House Road
Open to traffic

GAP - Bollman Bridge (Somerset County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1871 on the B&O Railroad; relocated 1910 as a vehicular bridge
Iron through truss bridge formerly carrying the B&O Railroad
Open to pedestrians only

Garnavillo Township Bridge (Clayton County, Iowa)
Built 1902
Stone arch bridge over Unnamed Stream on 250th Street
Closed to all traffic

Garnavillo Township Culvert (Clayton County, Iowa)
Built 1899 by Josef Vogt
Stone culvert bridge on Iris Avenue
Derelict/abandoned

Garnett Creek Bridge (Napa County, California)
The northwest span was built 1902, the other two in 1914.
Stone arch bridge over Garnett Creek on CA 29
Open to traffic

Garretson Outlet Bridge (Monona County, Iowa)
Built 1913; rehabilitated 1965
Riveted polygonal Warren pony truss bridge over Farmers Garretson Ditch on 100th Street
Open to traffic

Garvin Brook Bridge (Winona County, Minnesota)
Built 1896; Destoryed 2007
Stone arch bridge over Garvin Brook on CR 62
Destroyed by flooding & replaced

Gates Farm Bridge 45-08-04 #2 (Lamoille County, Vermont)
built 1897 by George W. Holmes; Relocated 1950; Reconstructed 1995
Burr arch-truss bridge over Seymour River on farm access road
Open to farm equipment

Gatesville Bridge (Copiah County, Mississippi)
Built 1920; bypassed by new bridge in 1997
Abandoned through truss bridge over Pearl River
Abandoned

Gateway Trail - Manning Avenue Overpass (Washington County, Minnesota)
Built 1877, restored & re-opened in a new location 2011
Camelback through truss bridge over Manning Avenue on Gateway Trail
This bridge was opened to bicycles, pedestrians, and horses in November 2011.

Gay Street Bridge (Knox County, Tennessee)
Built 1897, reconditioned 2004
Pratt deck-arched cantilevered truss over the Tennessee River on Gay Street
Open to traffic

Gay Street Viaduct (Knox County, Tennessee)
Built 1876
Bridge over Norfolk Southern Railway on Gay Street
Open to traffic

Geeting Covered Bridge 35-68-13 (Preble County, Ohio)
Built 1894 by Everett S. Sherman; rehabilitated 1973, and 2008
Covered bridge over Prices Creek on TR 436 (Price Road)
Open to traffic

Geiger Covered Bridge 38-39-05 (Lehigh County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1869
Burr arch-truss bridge over Jordan Creek on Old Packinghouse Road
Open to traffic

General Dean Suspension Bridge (Clinton County, Illinois)
Built 1859
Suspension bridge over Kaskaskia River at Fairfax Street in Carlyle
Open to pedestrians only

George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Built 1929 by the American Bridge Co.; tolls removed 1946; rehabilitated 1958
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River on US 31 between Louisville and Jeffersonville
Open to traffic

George Sellar Bridge (Chelan County, Washington)
Built 1950
Steel arch and truss bridge over Columbia River on WA 285 in Wenatchee
Open to traffic

George Street Bridge (Dearborn County, Indiana)
Built 1887 by Lomas Forge & Bridge Works; rehabilitated 1989 and 2011.
Through truss bridge over Hogan Creek on George Street in Aurora
Open to two-lane traffic

Georgia Street Bridge (San Diego County, California)
Built 1914
Open-spandrel arch bridge over University Avenue on Georgia Street in San Diego
Open to traffic

Gerloff Road Bridge (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1888, closed to traffic in mid 1970's; Rebuilt by High Steel Structures & reopened July 1998
Pratt through truss bridge over Swamp Creek on Gerloff Road near Zieglersville, PA
Open to traffic

Germantown Covered Bridge 35-57-01 (Montgomery County, Ohio)
Built 1870; relocated 1911
Covered bridge over Little Twin Creek on Linden Avenue (CR 56) in Germantown
Open to pedestrians only

Gervais Street Bridge (Richland County, South Carolina)
Built 1927
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Congaree River on US 1 in Columbia
Open to traffic

Gholson Bridge (Brunswick County, Virginia)
Built 1884
Pratt through truss bridge over Meherrin River on Iron Bridge Road (Route 715)
Open to traffic

Gibson's Covered Bridge 38-15-10 (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1872
Covered bridge over East Branch Brandywine Creek on Harmony Hill Road
Under renovation

Gifford Covered Bridge 45-09-03 (Orange County, Vermont)
Built 1904; Rehabilitated with steel stringers added circa 1955; Rehabilitated 2011
Covered "Half High" Multiple Kingpost truss bridge over Second Branch, White River on Hyde Road
Open to traffic

Gila River Bridge (Greenlee County, Arizona)
Built 1918 by the Topeka Bridge & Iron Co.; rehabilitated 1997
Luten arch bridge over Gila River on Old Safford Road
Open to traffic