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Truss

Jibboom Street Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
(Main design: Other)
Built 1931; rehabilitated 1969; closed and reopened repeatedly starting in 2018 and still ongoing
Through truss cantilevered swing bridge over American River on Jibboom Street in Sacramento
Technically open, but subject to frequent sometimes unannounced closures

Jim Creek Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1895; rehabilitated 1996
Pony truss bridge over Jim Creek on 115th Street
Open to traffic

Jim Day Road Bridge (Shasta County, California)
Bypassed with a new bridge and abandoned in 1973.
Parker through truss bridge over Pitt River on Jim Day Road
Closed to all traffic

Jim Ned Creek Bridge (Coleman County, Texas)
(Main design: Half-hip Pratt pony truss)
Built 1936
Pony truss bridge over Jim Ned Creek on CR 140
No longer open to traffic. Bypassed by new bridge.

Jimmie Davis Bridge (Bossier Parish, Louisiana)
Built 1968
Steel through truss bridge over Red River on LA 511 in Shreveport
Open to traffic Scheduled for Replacement

Jimmy's Bridge (Richardson County, Nebraska)
Abandoned bowstring pony truss bridge over Cottier Creek on an abandoned county road
Abandoned

Jinestown Road Bridge (Jefferson County, Indiana)
Built 1896 by the Indiana Bridge Company
Warren pony truss bridge over Big Creek Tributary on Jinestown Road
Open to traffic but with access limited by request

Joachim Creek US 61/67 Bridge (Jefferson County, Missouri)
Built 1933 - 1934 by M. E. Gillioz
Through truss bridge over Joachim Creek on U. S. Highway 61 / 67 in Herculaneum
Open to four lanes of traffic

Joe Creek Bridge (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
This 1909 span was originally part of the multi-span bridge across the Arkansas river at Jenks. When the next bridge was built, this span was salvaged and placed over Joe Creek on a private drive.
Through truss bridge over Joe Creek on a private drive adjacent to East Magnolia Drive
Open as a private entrance to a trailer park

Joe Page Bridge (Calhoun County, Illinois)
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1983 & again in 2004
Vertical-lift bridge over the Illinois River on IL 100 at Hardin
Open to two-lane traffic

Joes Brook Bridge (Caledonia County, Vermont)
Single-Story Bailey pony truss bridge over Joes Brook on Snowmobile trail
Open to Snowmobiles

John Bartram Trail/RBMN Overpass (West Hamburg) (Berks County, Pennsylvania)
Warren through truss bridge over Reading Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad on John Bartram Trail/Schuylkill River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

John Blue Bridge (Hampshire County, West Virginia)
(Main design: Parker through truss)
Built 1936
Through truss bridge over South Branch Potomac River on WV 28
Replaced by a new bridge

John Bright No. 1 Iron Bridge (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Originally built ca. 1884 by the Hocking Valley Bridge Works over Poplar Creek on Havenport Road near Carroll.
Wrought-iron through truss bridge relocated to the Ohio University-Lancaster campus in 1999.
Open to pedestrians only

John Bright No. 2 Covered Bridge 35-23-10 (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Originally built 1881 by Augustus Borneman over Poplar Creek on Bish Road near Carroll. Rehabilitated 1913. Relocated 1988.
Covered bridge relocated to the Ohio University-Lancaster campus in Lancaster
Open to pedestrians only

John Day River Bridge (Gilliam County, Oregon)
Built 1963; one span destroyed in 1964 flood; rehabilitated 1965
Warren deck truss bridge over John Day River on I-84
Open to traffic

John Day River Bridge 37-04-01x (Clatsop County, Oregon)
Built 1918; Replaced 1933
Lost Howe through truss bridge over John Day River on Columbia River Highway
Replaced by a new bridge

John Deere Road Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built 1901 by contractor John H. Sparks
Through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on John Deere Road
Open to traffic

John Deere-Minneapolis-Moline Footbridge (Rock Island County, Illinois)
Built 1899; Removed 1959
Lost Through truss bridge over 3rd Avenue (Now River Drive) on Worker Path
Removed but not replaced

John Diehl Ditch Bridge (De Kalb County, Indiana)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over John Diehl Ditch on South Road
Replaced by a new bridge

John Dunn Bridge (Taos County, New Mexico)
Built 1935 (Wikipedia shows a 1908 built date)
Through truss bridge over Rio Grande on CR B007
Open to traffic

John E. Cox Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1937
Through truss bridge over Merrimack River on Bridge Street in Lowell
Open to traffic

John Eisenhower Bridge (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1886; rehabilitated 1980; reconstructed 1998
Pratt through truss bridge over Willoughby Run on Water Works Road


John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Built 1963 by the Allied Structural Steel Company. Rebuilt 2016 to serve southbound only traffic
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River on I-65 in Louisville
Being reconfigured for one way traffic

John Gorrie Memorial Bridge (Franklin County, Florida)
Built 1936; Replaced 1988
Warren through truss bridge over Apalachicola River on Route 319/US 98
Replaced by a new bridge

John P. Grace Memorial Bridge (Charleston County, South Carolina)
Grace bridge built in 1928
Lost cantilevered truss bridge over the Cooper River on US 17
Replaced by Arthur J Ravenel Bridge in 2005

John Pectol Road Bridge (Floyd County, Indiana)
Built 1915
Bedstead pony truss bridge over Big Indian Creek on John Pectol Road
Removed

John Raab Covered Bridge 35-23-37 (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Built 1891; Moved there 1974
Queenpost through truss bridge over Dry land


John Seitz Bridge CR 175 E (Dubois County, Indiana)
Built 1896; replaced 1997
Lost through truss bridge over Patoka River on CR 175 E
Replaced by new bridge

John Stoneroad's Mill Covered Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Destroyed by Hurricane Agnes in 1972
Lost Bridge over Little Conestoga Creek on Private Road
Destroyed by flooding

John Street Bridge (Delaware County, Iowa)
Built 1928
Pony truss bridge over Prairie Creek on John Street in Masonville
Open to traffic

John Street Bridge (Old) (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Through truss bridge over Juniata River on John Street
Replaced by a new bridge

John T. Cunningham Memorial Bridge (Montgomery County, Tennessee)
Built 1925, replaced 1986
Lost K-Truss through truss bridge over Cumberland River on Old State Route 13
Replaced by new bridge

John T. Morgan Bridge (Talladega County, Alabama)
Toll bridge until 1936
Lost Through truss bridge over Coosa River on US 280
Replaced by a new bridge

John Wayne Pioneer Trail - Seabury Bridge (Whitman County, Washington)
Built 1913
Pratt through truss bridge over abandoned S&IE RR on abandoned Milwaukee Road
Open to traffic

John Zink Park Footbridge (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
Bowstring pony truss footbridge over unnamed creek in John Zink Park in Skiatook
Due to pier washout, bridge is currently closed to foot traffic.

John's Bridge (Franklin County, Vermont)
Built c. 1890 by Vermont Construction Co.; Trolley service discontinued 1921; Replaced 1988
Lost Double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on Old alignment of Route 7
Replaced by a new bridge

Johns Street Bridge (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1926, reconstructed 2000
Pony truss bridge over Little Conemaugh River on PA 3023 (Johns Street) in Johnstown
Open to traffic

Johnsey Bridge (Walker County, Alabama)
Built 1900, replaced by a new bridge in 2009
Lost through truss bridge over Blackwater Creek on Johnsey Bridge Road
Replaced in 2009 by a pony truss bridge

Johnson Bridge (Stillwater County, Montana)
Fabricated by Morse Bridge Company between 1878 and 1888; Erected here by Security Bridge Co. 1907; replaced 2021
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Stillwater River on CR 249 in Absarokee
Replaced by a new bridge

Johnson Bridge (Warren County, Indiana)
Built 1890, destroyed by a flood in June 2004
Through truss bridge over Big Pine Creek on Johnson Bridge Road
Destroyed by flood and not replaced.

Johnson Bridge (Gage County, Nebraska)
Built ca. 1900
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Big Blue River on former section of SW 89 Rd.
Derelict/abandoned

Johnson Bridge (Redwood County, Minnesota)
Built 1904 by William S. Hewett & Co.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Redwood River on Harvest Avenue north of 295th Street
Replaced by UCEB

Johnson Covered Bridge (Monroe County, Indiana)
Built 1879
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Bean Blossom Creek on Kinser Pike
Replaced by a new bridge

Johnson Covered Bridge 38-19-37 (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905
Covered bridge over Mugser Run on Cleveland Road
Open to traffic

Johnson Creek Bridge (Pawnee County, Nebraska)
Built 1910
Pratt pony truss bridge over Johnson Creek on 620 Avenue, 2 mi. west and 6 mi. south of Pawnee City
Intact but closed to all traffic

Johnson Creek Covered Bridge 17-101-01 (Robertson County, Kentucky)
Built 1874 by Jacob Bower; reconstructed 2007-08
Smith through truss bridge over Johnson Creek on on an old alignment of KY 1029
Open to traffic (as of August 2010)

Johnson Creek Old US 66 Bridge (Lawrence County, Missouri)
Built 1923; made obsolete by new bridge on US 66 (now MO 96) in 1960
Through truss bridge over Johnson Creek on CR 2062 (Old US 66)
Open to traffic

Johnson Ditch Bridge (Allen County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1900
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Johnson Ditch on South County Line Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Johnson Fork Creek Bridge (Kimble County, Texas)
Built 1937-38
Through truss bridge over Johnson Fork Creek on former State Hwy 27/US 290
Open to traffic

Johnson Gulch Bridge (Sonoma County, California)
Built 2001
Bailey Truss Pony truss bridge over Johnson Gulch on Monte Vista Terrace
Open to traffic

Johnson Hill Bridge (Vermilion County, Illinois)
Built 1914, demolished in 2006
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Middle Fork Vermilion River on a pedestrian trail
Demolished

Johnson Hill Road Bridge (Greene County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1892; made obsolete by new bridge in 1998
Abandoned Pratt Through Truss bridge over Muddy Creek on TR 684 (Johnson Hill Road)
Abandoned with deck removed

Johnson Mill Covered Bridge 35-60-31 (Muskingum County, Ohio)
Built 1876; rehabilitated 1998
Covered bridge over Salt Creek on bypassed Arch Hill Road (CR 82)
Open to pedestrians only

Johnson River Bridge (Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, Alaska)
Built 1944; rehabilitated 1952
Subdivided warren truss bridge over Johnson River on Alaska Highway in Delta Junction
Open to traffic

Johnson Road Bridge (Ashtabula County, Ohio)
Built 1905 by the King Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Grand River on Johnson Road (TH 541)
Replaced by a new bridge

Johnson Road Bridge (Jefferson County, Mississippi)
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Coles Creek on Johnson Road
Collapsed

Johnson Road Bridge (Jackson County, Ohio)
Built 1901, rehabilitated 1953
Pony truss bridge over Little Scioto River on Johnson Road
Open to traffic

Johnson Road Covered Bridge 35-40-06 (Jackson County, Ohio)
Built 1870; rehabilitated 2000
Covered bridge over Brushy Fork Little Scioto River on Johnson Road
Closed to all vehicle traffic

Johnson Slough Bridge (Mason County, Illinois)
Pratt pony truss bridge over Johnson Slough on N Co Rd 800 E
Intact but closed to all traffic

Johnson Street Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Built 1880. Moved to Johnson Street in 1914. Disappeared ca 1980. Probably destroyed
Lenticular pony truss bridge over San Antonio River on East Johnson Street
Unknown-assume destroyed

Johnson Street Bridge (Elkhart County, Indiana)
Built 1918; rehabilitated 1981
Four-span deck truss bridge over St. Joseph River on Johnson Street in Goshen
Open to traffic

Johnson Street Pedestrian Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Part of the San Antonio Riverwalk, replaces a previous lenticular pony truss
Bowstring through truss bridge over San Antonio River on Johnson Street Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only

Johnson Toll Bridge (Elmore County, Alabama)
Built 1888 for the L&N in Kentucky; Moved to Alabama circa 1916 for use as a private toll bridge; collapsed 1980
Pratt through truss bridge over Tallapoosa River on private toll road
Collapsed

Johnson Township Park bridge (Gibson County, Indiana)
Warren pony Truss Bridge over Hurricane Creek in Johnson Township Park
Open to traffic

Johnson Village Bridge (Chaffee County, Colorado)
Built 1937
Deck truss over Arkansas River on US 24 at Johnson Village
Open to traffic

Johnson's Mill Bridge (Fayette County, Iowa)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Crane Creek on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Johnson's Mill Covered Bridge 38-36-35x (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854; Reconstructed 1867; Destroyed by Hurricane Agnes June 22, 1972
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Chiques Creek on Marietta Avenue
Destroyed by hurricane

Johnson-Iowa Road Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Built ca. 1910; Replaced 2015
Through truss bridge over Clear Creek on Johnson Iowa Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Johnsonville Bridge (Vermilion County, Illinois)
Built 1901, replaced in 1999
Lost Through truss bridge over North Fork Vermilion River on Newell Road north of Danville
Replaced by new bridge

Johnsonville Covered Bridge 07-04-07 (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1976
Burr arch-truss bridge over Moodus River
Open to pedestrians only

Johnsonville Railroad Bridge (Humphreys County, Tennessee)
Originally built 1867 as a timber Howe truss bridge; rebuilt or modified in 1873, 1893, 1900, and 1915; demolished 1945 with the creation of Kentucky Lake
Lost through truss swing bridge over Tennessee River on the NC&Stl Railway between Eva and (Old) Johnsonville
No longer exists

Johnston Bridge (Armstrong County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904; rehabilitated 1927
Pony truss bridge over Plum Creek on PA 2069
Replaced by a new bridge

Johnston Covered Bridge (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Built 1887; bypassed 1993 and preserved for pedestrians
Covered bridge over Clear Creek on Amanda-Clearport Road
Open to pedestrians only

Johnston Street Bridge (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1890. Relocated here 1913; rehabilitated 1995
Pony truss bridge over Salt Lick Creek on Johnston Street in New Milford
Open to traffic

Johnstown Bridge (Bates County, Missouri)
Built 1899 by the Kansas City Bridge Co.
Lost pony truss bridge over North Deepwater Creek on 6484 Road
Unknown status

Johnstown Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Built ca. 1869 over Cayadutta Creek; relocated to Union College in 1979
Bowstring pony truss bridge on pedestrian walkway on the Union College campus
Open to pedestrians

Johnstown Bridge (Owen County, Indiana)
Built 1918 by the Vincennes Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Eel River on CR 1300 West
Open to traffic

Johnstown Inclined Plane Bridge (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1890; rehabilitated 1965
Through truss bridge on LR 525 spur over Stoney Creek in Johnstown
Open to traffic

Johnsville Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Through truss bridge over Cedar Fork Mohican River on TR 242
Derelict/abandoned

Joliet Bridge (Removed. Now on. Farmers field) (Carbon County, Montana)
Built 1901; replaced 1987, now sits in in a yard adjacent to US212
Through truss bridge originally over Rock Creek on CR 101 at Joliet
Abandoned on dry land in Joliet

Jolly Mill Lane Bridge (Newton County, Missouri)
Through truss bridge on Jolly Mill Lane
Open to traffic

Jonah Bridge (Williamson County, Texas)
Lost Through truss bridge over San Gabriel River
Destroyed by flood

Jonathan Creek Bridge (Decatur County, Iowa)
Built ca. 1920; rehabilitated 1970
Warren through truss bridge over Jonathan Creek on Perry Road
Open to traffic

Jonathan Creek Bridge (Haywood County, North Carolina)
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1961
Pony truss bridge over Jonathan Creek on Medley Dr (NC 1407)
Open to traffic

Joncy Gorge Bridge (Allegany County, New York)
Lost Pratt through truss over Joncy Gorge
Removed but not replaced

Jone's Field Footbridge (Belknap County, New Hampshire)
Through truss bridge over Merrymeeting River on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only

Jones Avenue Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1993 on substructure from 1887 bridge
Bailey pony truss bridge over Thompson Run East Side on Jones Avenue
Open to traffic

Jones Bridge (Fulton County, Georgia)
Built 1904. Used until 1922 when free state-built bridges rendered it obsolete. Fell into disrepair in the 1930s. In 1940, half of the bridge was illegally removed and likely sold for scrap. Originally bridged Milton and Gwinnett counties.
Abandoned through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on former Jones Bridge Road in Johns Creek
Collapsed January 2018

Jones Bridge (Union County, South Carolina)
Built 1956
Through truss bridge over Enoree River on S-44-22
Replaced by a new bridge

Jones Bridge (Livingston County, New York)
(Main design: Bowstring through truss)
Built in 1866 by Simon de Graff; Condemned 1929; Removed 1943
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Genesee River on Jones Bridge Road
Removed but not replaced

Jones Bridge/ Moores Bridge (Carroll County, Georgia)
Built 1917
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on abandoned section of Old Newnan Road
Abandoned

Jones Levee Road Bridge (Ross County, Ohio)
Built 1864; one covered span replaced by Whipple truss before 1907; replaced 1937
Lost Through truss bridge over Paint Creek on Jones Levee Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Jones Mill Bridge (Perry County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1920; replaced 1993
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Middle Fork Anderson River on Jones Mill Road (CR 25).
Replaced by new bridge

Jones Road Bridge (King County, Washington)
Built 1912, Replaced 2003
Truss bridge over Cedar River on Jones Road
Replaced by a pre-cast concrete girder bridge in 2003

Jones Road Bridge (Clinton County, Michigan)
Built 1912; Closed to all traffic 1984; Replaced in 1998 and dismantled
Dismantled Baltimore through truss bridge over Grand River on Jones Road in Eagle Township
Replaced by new bridge and stored for reuse

Jones Road Bridge (Lorain County, Ohio)
Built 1954
Pony truss bridge over Black River (East Branch) on Jones Road
Open to traffic

Jones Road Bridge (East) (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Built 1902; replaced in 2021 by pony truss from Oswegatchie River in Edwards NY
Lost Pony truss bridge over West Branch St. Regis River on Jones Road
Open to pedestrians and snowmobiles only

Jones Road Bridge (West) (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Built 1902
Pony truss bridge over West Branch St. Regis River on Jones Road
Open to pedestrians and snowmobiles only

Jonesboro Bridge (Hamilton County, Texas)
Abandoned bowstring pony truss bridge over Leon River on an abandoned alignment of CR 431
Abandoned