Bridge just recieved a new paint job as well as some truss repairs from October 2009 thru January 2010.
the 43 ton wieght limit signs have also been removed.
I was out on the bridge today, and I was snaping pictures, and right before I got to the bridge, I ran out of film.
The best photo I have is about 1000 feet from the bridge, but, here it is, this is heading southbound, right after I-70's overpass.
you can see the bridge, just look close, down the road, and you can just barely see it, as I ran out of film right before i got there, so I was able to get an on-deck view.
Too help you see the bridge, in the photo, look close were the roadway turns to the right, that is where it is.
But, here it is.
I was driving over the bridge today and it has a new sign, "43 Ton Limit"
I can not say for sure, but in my opinion, i think the days of this bridge will soon be numbered.
Ever since that collapse of that one Deck Truss bridge up in Iowa, or Indiana, or one of those, Deck Truss bridges are checked more often than basic girder bridges.
This bridge was a toll bridge back in I think the 70's.
After many complaints, the toll booths were removed and was open to free traffic.
The Intercity Viaduct was also a toll bridge