I think the new bridge location is already on BridgeHunter here: http://www.bridgehunter.com/ny/onondaga/4433130/ the span lengths are the same and the construction date is listed as 2005. Someone must have got confused because that page marks the bridge as Lost, but Street View shows an extant truss bridge that looks just like this bridge.
If you know precisely where it is, you ought to add it to the site as a new addition, as it would be really nice to see it in its restored condition, and in its new location! If you're able to photograph, that would be even better!!
It's open to vehicular traffic with no postings, although on a road that's not nearly as busy. The original location had too much traffic growth to allow it to remain there when more lanes were added.
The NBI info that I put in here is for this bridge before its relocation. The info that was here previously was for the replacement bridge, not the restored one. If the old bridge has been restored for pedestrian traffic, it most likely won't be listed in the NBI; however, if it has been opened to vehicular traffic, then it would probably be listed showing its current location with its original build date as well as its relocation date.
Do you know where it is?
That info is long out-of-date. The bridge was restored and re-located and it's in excellent condition.