Here is an article that explains some of the issues that the contractor has run into with the reconstruction project.
The new bridge will be a haunched steel girder design, similar to the Veterans Bridge in Downtown Pittsburgh. All of the piers have been replaced and use formliners to simulate textured stone.
High quality picture of the new bridge under construction:
When this bridge reopens in 2013, it will be renamed the Gov. John K. Tener Memorial Bridge.
Link to story:
The implosion, with slow-mo.
Saw this video of the bridge's demolition on the Weather Channel's website:
Came across a news article about the bridge, it was closed last month due to structural problems, and now it appears this bridge's fate is in question.
And here's historicbridges.org's website on the bridge, with pictures.