Bridges with Longest Spans

Note: This page only includes bridges listed on this website. We can't guarantee that all U.S. bridges are represented here.

  1. Verrazano-Narrows Bridge (Richmond County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over The Narrows on I-278 between Staten Island and Brooklyn
    Open to a total of 12 lanes of traffic
    Upper level opened November 21, 1964; lower level opened June 28, 1969
    Span length: 4,204.9 ft.
    Total length: 7,934.1 ft.
  2. Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco County, California)
    Suspension bridge over San Francisco Bay on US 101 at San Francisco
    Open to traffic
    Built 1937
    Span length: 4,201.3 ft.
    Total length: 9,155.0 ft.
  3. Mackinac Bridge (Emmet County, Michigan)
    Suspension bridge over the Straits of Mackinac on I-75 at Mackinaw City
    Open to traffic
    Opened Nov. 1, 1957
    Span length: 3,800.0 ft.
    Total length: 19,248.6 ft.
  4. George Washington Bridge (New York County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over Hudson River on I-95 in New York
    Open to a total of 14 lanes of traffic
    Opened to traffic October 25, 1931; lower level opened August 29, 1962
    Span length: 3,280.7 ft.
    Total length: 5,082.3 ft.
  5. Tacoma Narrows Bridge (1950) (Pierce County, Washington)
    Suspension bridge over Tacoma Narrows on WB WA 16 in Tacoma
    Open to traffic
    Built 1950 as the replacement of the original 1940 bridge
    Span length: 2,800.0 ft.
    Total length: 5,978.3 ft.
  6. Tacoma Narrows Bridge (2007) (Pierce County, Washington)
    Suspension bridge over Tacoma Narrows on EB SR-16 in Tacoma
    Open to traffic
    Built 2007
    Span length: 2,800.0 ft.
    Total length: 5,570.2 ft.
  7. Tacoma Narrows Bridge (1940) (Pierce County, Washington)
    Lost suspension bridge over Tacoma Narrows on Primary State Highway 14-A in Tacoma
    Collapsed
    Built 1940, collapsed on November 7, 1940
    Span length: 2,800.0 ft.
    Total length: 5,939.0 ft.
  8. Alfred Zampa Bridge (Contra Costa County, California)
    Wire suspension bridge over Carquinez Strait and railroad on Highway I-80 westbound
    Open to traffic
    Built 2003
    Span length: 2,388.6 ft.
    Total length: 3,464.7 ft.
  9. Bronx Whitestone Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over East River on I-678 in New York
    Open to six lanes of traffic
    Opened to traffic April 29, 1939
    Span length: 2,300.0 ft.
    Total length: 7,132.2 ft.
  10. Grand Tower Pipeline Bridge (Jackson County, Illinois)
    Pipeline suspension bridge over the Mississippi River at Grand Tower
    Still carries natural gas
    Built 1955
    Span length: 2,161.5 ft.
  11. Delaware Memorial Bridge (1951 Eastbound) (New Castle County, Delaware)
    Suspension bridge over Delaware River on Eastbound I-295/US 40
    Open to traffic
    Built 1951; rehabilitated 1970
    Span length: 2,150.0 ft.
    Total length: 10,796.5 ft.
  12. Delaware Memorial Bridge (1968 Westbound) (New Castle County, Delaware)
    Suspension bridge over Delaware River on Westbound I-295/US 40
    Open to traffic
    Built 1968 as an almost identical twin to the 1951 Delaware Memorial Bridge that carries northbound traffic
    Span length: 2,150.0 ft.
    Total length: 10,796.5 ft.
  13. Walt Whitman Bridge (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
    Suspension bridge over Delaware River on I-76 in Philadelphia
    Open to traffic
    Built 1957; rehabilitated 1998
    Span length: 2,000.1 ft.
    Total length: 11,682.7 ft.
  14. Sky Ride (Cook County, Illinois)
    Lost Transporter bridge over Burnham Harbor
    Removed
    Built 1933; Demlished 1934
    Span length: 1,850.4 ft.
    Total length: 3,200.0 ft.
  15. Ambassador Bridge (Wayne County, Michigan)
    Wire suspension bridge over Detroit River on US I-96 and Canada 3 in Windsor, Ontario Canada and Detroit
    Open to traffic
    Built 1927-1928; New Plaza 2008
    Span length: 1,850.0 ft.
    Total length: 7,500.0 ft.
  16. Throgs Neck Bridge (Queens County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over East River on I-295 in New York
    Open to traffic
    Built 1961
    Span length: 1,800.0 ft.
    Total length: 12,649.6 ft.
  17. Benjamin Franklin Bridge (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
    Suspension bridge over Delaware River on I-676/US 30 in Philadelphia
    Open to traffic
    Built 1926; rehabilitated 1984
    Span length: 1,750.1 ft.
    Total length: 8,170.3 ft.
  18. New River Gorge Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
    Massive steel arch bridge over New River on US 19 east of Fayette
    Open to traffic
    Opened on October 22, 1977
    Span length: 1,700.0 ft.
    Total length: 3,030.0 ft.
  19. Bayonne Bridge (Hudson County, New Jersey)
    Steel through arch bridge over Kill Van Kull between Bayonne and Staten Island
    Toll bridge open to traffic
    Built 1931
    Span length: 1,675.0 ft.
    Total length: 5,780.0 ft.
  20. Commodore Barry Bridge (Gloucester County, New Jersey)
    Cantilevered through truss bridge over Delaware River on US 322
    Open to traffic
    Built 1974
    Span length: 1,644.1 ft.
    Total length: 13,915.7 ft.
  21. Bear Mountain Bridge (Rockland County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over Hudson River on US 6 and US 202 in West Point
    Open to traffic
    Built 1924; rehabilitated 1977
    Span length: 1,632.0 ft.
    Total length: 2,258.0 ft.
  22. Chesapeake Bay Bridge (Anne Arundel County, Maryland)
    Pair of suspension and cantilever truss bridges over Chesapeake Bay on US 50
    Open to traffic
    Original two-lane spans with through-truss suspension bridge and regular cantilever design built 1949-52 and opened 1952; second three-lane span with deck suspension and arched cantilever opened 1973; rehabilitated 1988
    Span length: 1,600.1 ft.
    Total length: 21,287.1 ft.
  23. Newport Bridge (Newport County, Rhode Island)
    Suspension bridge over East Passage Narragansett Bay on RI 138 in Newport
    Open to toll traffic
    Built 1969
    Span length: 1,600.1 ft.
    Total length: 11,248.6 ft.
  24. Williamsburg Bridge (Kings County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over East River on Delancey Street in New York
    Open to traffic
    Opened to traffic December 19, 1903
    Span length: 1,599.8 ft.
    Total length: 6,668.3 ft.
  25. Brooklyn Bridge (Kings County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over East River between Manhattan and Brooklyn in New York
    Open to traffic
    Opened to traffic May 24, 1883
    Span length: 1,595.9 ft.
    Total length: 5,858.2 ft.
  26. Audubon Bridge (Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Mississippi River on LA 10
    Open to all traffic
    Built 2011
    Span length: 1,583.0 ft.
    Total length: 12,883.0 ft.
  27. Greater New Orleans Bridge (Orleans Parish, Louisiana)
    Through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on westbound Business US 90 in New Orleans
    Open to traffic
    Built 1957, opened to traffic April 15, 1958
    Span length: 1,575.7 ft.
    Total length: 3,018.2 ft.
  28. Crescent City Connection Bridge (Orleans Parish, Louisiana)
    Cantilevered through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on eastbound Business US 90 in New Orleans
    Open to four lanes of eastbound traffic, plus two reversible HOV lanes
    Built 1985, Opened to traffic in 1988
    Span length: 1,574.7 ft.
    Total length: 3,018.2 ft.
  29. Arthur J. Ravenel Jr. Bridge (Charleston County, South Carolina)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Cooper River on US 17
    Open to traffic
    Built 2005, replacing the John P Grace and Silas S Pearman bridges
    Span length: 1,546.0 ft.
    Total length: 9,737.4 ft.
  30. Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Mississippi River on Interstate 70
    Open to traffic
    Construction began April 19th, 2010. Opened to traffic February 9th, 2014.
    Span length: 1,500.0 ft.
    Total length: 2,083.0 ft.
  31. Vincent Thomas Bridge (Los Angeles County, California)
    Suspension bridge over Los Angeles Harbor main channel on CA 47 in Los Angeles
    Open to traffic
    Built 1963; rehabilitated 1990
    Span length: 1,499.4 ft.
    Total length: 5,991.1 ft.
  32. Mid Hudson Bridge (Ulster County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over Hudson River on US 44 and NY 55 in Highland and Poughkeepsie
    Open to traffic
    Built 1930; rehabilitated 1989
    Span length: 1,494.8 ft.
    Total length: 4,201.0 ft.
  33. Manhattan Bridge (New York County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over East River in New York City
    Open to seven lanes of highway traffic and four subway tracks
    Opened to traffic December 31, 1909
    Span length: 1,469.9 ft.
    Total length: 5,815.2 ft.
  34. Four Bears Bridge (Original) (Mercer County, North Dakota)
    Lost Through truss bridge over Missouri River on ND 8
    No longer exists
    Built 1934; Garrison Dam built 1943 and flooded Fort Berthold Indian Reservation to create Lake Sakakawea; Main span moved and installed on the new Four Bear Bridge location 1955
    Span length: 1,425.0 ft.
  35. San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (San Francisco County, California)
    Suspension bridge over San Francisco Bay on I-80 connecting San Francisco, Yerba Buena Island, and Oakland
    Open to traffic
    Built 1936; rehabilitated 1962; partial collapse 1989; west span siesmic retrofit 2013; east span replaced 2013.
    Span length: 1,400.0 ft.
    Total length: 22,655.0 ft.
  36. Triborough Suspension Bridge (Queens County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over East River (Hell Gate) on I-278 in New York
    Open to eight lanes of traffic and one sidewalk
    Opened to traffic July 11, 1936
    Span length: 1,380.0 ft.
    Total length: 13,110.5 ft.
  37. Greenville Bridge (Chicot County, Arkansas)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Mississippi River on US 82
    Opened August 4, 2010
    Built 2010
    Span length: 1,378.0 ft.
    Total length: 13,568.0 ft.
  38. Dames Point Bridge (Duval County, Florida)
    Cable-stayed bridge over St. Johns River on FL 9A in Jacksonville
    Open to traffic
    Built 1989
    Span length: 1,299.9 ft.
    Total length: 10,646.5 ft.
  39. South Park Bridge (King County, Washington)
    Through truss bridge over Duwamish River on 14 Avenue
    Open to traffic
    Built 2014
    Span length: 1,285.0 ft.
    Total length: 190.0 ft.
  40. Fremont Bridge (Multnomah County, Oregon)
    Steel through arch bridge over Willamette River on I-405 in Portland
    Open to traffic
    Built 1973
    Span length: 1,255.3 ft.
    Total length: 2,159.0 ft.
  41. Fred Hartman Bridge (Harris County, Texas)
    Pair of cable-stayed bridges over Houston Ship Channel on TX 146 in Houston
    Open to traffic
    Built 1995
    Span length: 1,250.1 ft.
    Total length: 10,462.5 ft.
  42. Sidney Lanier Bridge (Glynn County, Georgia)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Brunswick River on Sidney Lanier Br in Brunswick
    Open to traffic
    Built 2002
    Span length: 1,250.1 ft.
    Total length: 7,780.2 ft.
  43. Bellaire Toll Bridge (Belmont County, Ohio)
    Cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River at Bellaire
    Closed to all traffic
    Operated as a privately owned toll bridge unitl 1991 when Ohio DOT cut off the west approach to build a new OH 7. Now owned by KDC investments which is in litigation with three companys who claim they paid for the exclusive scrap rights.
    Span length: 1,250.0 ft.
    Total length: 2,770.0 ft.
  44. Horace Wilkinson Bridge (East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana)
    Cantilevered polygonal Warren through truss bridge over Mississippi River on I-10 in Baton Rouge
    Open to traffic
    Built 1968
    Span length: 1,234.6 ft.
    Total length: 4,548.7 ft.
  45. Luling Bridge (St. Charles Parish, Louisiana)
    Cable-stayed bridge over the Mississippi River on I-310 west of New Orleans, near Luling
    Open to traffic
    Built 1983 at a cost of $135 million
    Span length: 1,234.6 ft.
    Total length: 2,744.4 ft.
  46. Astoria-Megler Bridge (Clatsop County, Oregon)
    Continuous rigid-cantilever Warren through truss bridge over Columbia River on US 101 in Astoria
    Open to traffic
    Built 1966
    Span length: 1,232.0 ft.
    Total length: 21,677.0 ft.
  47. Malcom Wilson Memorial Bridge (Rockland County, New York)
    Cantilevered through truss bridge over Hudson River on I-87/I-287/New York State Thruway in South Nyack
    Closed to all traffic with opening of replacement bridge. To be demolished by 2018
    Opened to traffic December 15, 1955. Closed to traffic on October 12, 2017
    Span length: 1,212.0 ft.
    Total length: 16,015.5 ft.
  48. St. Johns Bridge (Multnomah County, Oregon)
    Suspension bridge over Willamette River on US 30 Bypass in Portland
    Open to traffic
    Built 1931
    Span length: 1,207.0 ft.
    Total length: 3,606.1 ft.
  49. Mount Hope Bridge (Newport County, Rhode Island)
    Suspension bridge over Mount Hope Bay on RI 114 in Bristol
    Open to traffic
    Built 1929 by the McClintic-Marshall Co.; rehabilitated 1985
    Span length: 1,200.2 ft.
    Total length: 5,050.1 ft.
  50. Lewis & Clark Bridge (Cowlitz County, Washington)
    Cantilevered through truss bridge over Columbia River on WA 433 at Longview
    Open to traffic
    Built 1929; rehabilitated 2003
    Span length: 1,200.2 ft.
    Total length: 5,478.3 ft.
  51. Francis Scott Key Bridge (Baltimore, Maryland)
    Steel through arch bridge over Patapsco River/Baltimore Harbor on Maryland Route 695 (Interstate 695)
    Open to traffic
    Built 1976
    Span length: 1,200.2 ft.
    Total length: 9,091.3 ft.
  52. Sunshine Skyway Bridge (Pinellas County, Florida)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Tampa Bay on I-275/US 19 at Saint Petersburg
    Open to four lanes of traffic
    Opened to traffic April 20, 1987
    Span length: 1,200.0 ft.
    Total length: 29,040.0 ft.
  53. William H. Natcher Bridge (Daviess County, Kentucky)
    Cable-stayed bridge over the Ohio River on US 231 northeast of Owensboro
    Open to four-lane traffic
    Opened October 21, 2002
    Span length: 1,200.0 ft.
    Total length: 4,505.0 ft.
  54. Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge (Dallas County, Texas)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Trinity River on Singleton Blvd / Woodall Rodgers Fwy
    Open to traffic
    Built 2012
    Span length: 1,197.0 ft.
    Total length: 1,870.0 ft.
  55. Queensboro Bridge (Queens County, New York)
    Cantilevered through truss bridge over East River on NY 25 in New York
    Open to a total of 10 lanes of traffic
    Opened to traffic March 30, 1909
    Span length: 1,182.0 ft.
    Total length: 3,724.0 ft.
  56. Penobscot Narrows Bridge (Waldo County, Maine)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Penobscot River on US Hwy 1 & 3
    Open to traffic
    Built 2006
    Span length: 1,161.1 ft.
    Total length: 2,120.2 ft.
  57. Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
    Cable-stayed bridge over the Mississippi River connecting MO 34 and IL 146 at Cape Girardeau
    Open to four-lane traffic
    Opened to traffic Dec. 13, 2003, replacing the old Cape Girardeau Bridge
    Span length: 1,150.0 ft.
    Total length: 3,956.2 ft.
  58. Seaway Skyway (St. Lawrence County, New York)
    Suspension bridge over St. Lawrence River at Ogdensburg
    Open to traffic
    Built 1960
    Span length: 1,142.8 ft.
    Total length: 7,385.2 ft.
  59. Bidwell Bar Bridge (Butte County, California)
    Suspension bridge over Middle Fork Feather River on CA 162 in Oroville East
    Open to traffic
    Built 1965
    Span length: 1,108.0 ft.
    Total length: 1,793.1 ft.
  60. Carquinez Straits Bridge (1927) (Contra Costa County, California)
    Lost cantilevered through truss bridge over Carquinez Straits on Lincoln Highway, later I-80 Westbound Lanes in Vallejo
    Replaced by new bridge
    Built 1927; replaced 2003; demolished 2006
    Span length: 1,100.0 ft.
    Total length: 3,465.0 ft.
  61. Carquinez Strait Bridge (1958) (Contra Costa County, California)
    Bridge over Sacramento River, BNSF railroad on Interstate 80, eastbound
    Open to traffic
    Built 1958
    Span length: 1,100.0 ft.
    Total length: 5,209.0 ft.
  62. Talmadge Memorial Bridge (Chatham County, Georgia)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Savannah River; replaced Old Talmadge Memorial Bridge
    Open to traffic
    Built 1990
    Span length: 1,099.8 ft.
    Total length: 8,852.1 ft.
  63. Hart Bridge (Duval County, Florida)
    Steel through arch bridge over St. Johns River on ALT US 1 (Hart Bridge Expressway) in Jacksonville
    Open to traffic
    Built 1967
    Span length: 1,088.0 ft.
    Total length: 3,844.3 ft.
  64. Richmond - San Rafael Bridge (Contra Costa County, California)
    Double deck cantilever truss bridge over San Pablo Bay on I-580 in Richmond
    Open to traffic
    Built 1956, Seismic Retrofit Completed 2005
    Span length: 1,087.0 ft.
    Total length: 21,346.2 ft.
  65. Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge (Hancock County, Maine)
    Suspension bridge over Eggemoggin Reach on ME 15 in Deer Isle
    Open to traffic
    Built 1939
    Span length: 1,080.1 ft.
    Total length: 2,505.0 ft.
  66. Mike O'Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge (Mohave County, Arizona)
    Open-spandrel arch bridge over Colorado River on US 93
    Open to traffic
    Opened on October 19, 2010 as a bypass route for Hoover Dam and for the Dept. of Homeland Security
    Span length: 1,080.0 ft.
    Total length: 1,900.0 ft.
  67. Roosevelt Lake Bridge (Gila County, Arizona)
    Steel through arch bridge over Roosevelt Lake on AZ188
    Open to traffic
    Built 1992
    Span length: 1,079.8 ft.
    Total length: 2,198.9 ft.
  68. Ahkovak Street Causeway (North Slope Borough, Alaska)
    Causeway over Isatkoak Lagoon on Ahkovak Street, one concrete culvert
    Open to traffic
    Rehabilitated 2015
    Span length: 1,073.0 ft.
    Total length: 1,073.0 ft.
  69. Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge (Mason County, Kentucky)
    Suspension bridge over Ohio River on Business US 62/68 in Maysville
    Open to traffic
    Built 1931; Bypassed by the cable-stayed William H. Harsha Bridge in 2000, rehabed in 2003-2004
    Span length: 1,059.8 ft.
    Total length: 2,865.4 ft.
  70. Roebling Suspension Bridge (Hamilton County, Ohio)
    Suspension bridge over the Ohio River between Cincinnati and Covington
    Rehabilitation Completed
    Built 1866 by John A. Roebling. Rehabilitated 1955.
    Span length: 1,056.8 ft.
    Total length: 2,161.5 ft.
  71. Gerald Desmond Bridge (Los Angeles County, California)
    Bridge over Port of Long Beach on Ocean Blvd./California Highway 47/I-710 in Long Beach
    Open to traffic
    Built 1968.
    Span length: 1,053.0 ft.
    Total length: 5,134.0 ft.
  72. Dent Bridge (Clearwater County, Idaho)
    Suspension bridge over North Fork Clearwater River on STC 4783
    Open to traffic
    Built 1971
    Span length: 1,049.9 ft.
    Total length: 1,558.1 ft.
  73. William H. Harsha Bridge (Mason County, Kentucky)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Ohio River on US 62
    Open to traffic
    Built 2000
    Span length: 1,049.9 ft.
    Total length: 2,420.1 ft.
  74. Pecos River Bridge (Val Verde County, Texas)
    Deck truss bridge over Pecos River on US 90
    Open to traffic
    Built 1957
    Span length: 1,040.0 ft.
    Total length: 1,310.1 ft.
  75. Lewiston-Queenston Bridge (Niagara County, New York)
    Steel arch bridge over the Niagara River at the end of I-190 between Lewiston, New York, and Queenston, Ontario
    Open to traffic
    Built 1960
    Span length: 1,034.8 ft.
    Total length: 1,593.9 ft.
  76. Hell Gate Bridge (Queens County, New York)
    Steel through arch bridge over Hell Gate (East River)
    Open to traffic
    Originally the world's longest steel arch bridge until the Bayonne Bridge was opened in 1932
    Span length: 1,017.0 ft.
    Total length: 17,000.0 ft.
  77. Rainbow Bridge (Niagara County, New York)
    Steel arch bridge over Niagara River at Niagara Falls over the U.S.-Canadian border
    Open to traffic
    Built 1941
    Span length: 994.8 ft.
    Total length: 1,444.0 ft.
  78. Perrine Bridge (Twin Falls County, Idaho)
    Steel arch bridge over Snake River on US 93 at Twin Falls
    Open to traffic
    Built 1976
    Span length: 993.2 ft.
    Total length: 1,500.1 ft.
  79. Ed Hendler Bridge (Benton County, Washington)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Columbia River on WA 397 in Kennewick
    Open to traffic
    Built 1978
    Span length: 981.0 ft.
    Total length: 2,503.1 ft.
  80. BNSF - Wilburton Trestle (King County, Washington)
    Deck plate girder and timber stringer bridge over Richards Creek & 8th/9th Streets on railroad
    Inactive since 2008
    Built 1904
    Span length: 975.0 ft.
    Total length: 975.0 ft.
  81. Martin Luther King Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
    Cantilevered through truss over the Mississippi River in downtown St. Louis
    Open to 2 eastbound lanes and 1 westbound lane.
    Built 1951; rehabilitated 1987. Lanes reconfigured October 2009.
    Span length: 962.6 ft.
    Total length: 4,008.8 ft.
  82. Indian River Inlet Bridge (Sussex County, Delaware)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Indian River Inlet on DE SR 1
    Open to traffic
    Built 2012
    Span length: 950.0 ft.
    Total length: 2,600.0 ft.
  83. Wheeling Suspension Bridge (Ohio County, West Virginia)
    Suspension bridge over Ohio River on WV 251 in Wheeling
    Open to traffic
    Built 1849; collapsed May 17, 1854; temporary bridge reopened July 26, 1854; permanent bridge reopened July 1860; improvements made 1871-72, 1886, 1922, 1930, 1956 and other years
    Span length: 949.2 ft.
    Total length: 1,307.2 ft.
  84. Royal Gorge Bridge (Fremont County, Colorado)
    Suspension bridge over the Arkansas River (Royal Gorge) west of Caņon City
    Open to vehicular and pedestrian traffic
    Built 1929 for the Royal Gorge Bridge and Amusement Co.; rehabilitated 1984
    Span length: 938.2 ft.
    Total length: 1,260.0 ft.
  85. Blue Water Bridge (St. Clair County, Michigan)
    Steel through arch bridge over St Clair River on I-94 EB
    Open to traffic
    Built 1997
    Span length: 922.0 ft.
    Total length: 6,110.9 ft.
  86. Moundsville Bridge (Marshall County, West Virginia)
    Steel through arch bridge over Ohio River on WV 2 Spur/OH 872
    Open to traffic
    Built 1986
    Span length: 912.1 ft.
    Total length: 912.1 ft.
  87. Jefferson Barracks Bridge (St. Louis County, Missouri)
    Pair of parallel tied arch bridges over the Mississippi River on Interstate 255 / U. S. Highway 50
    Open to three lanes of traffic in each direction
    Westbound bridge built 1984; eastbound bridge built 1990
    Span length: 909.9 ft.
    Total length: 4,017.7 ft.
  88. John P. Grace Memorial Bridge (Charleston County, South Carolina)
    Lost cantilevered truss bridge over the Cooper River on US 17
    Replaced by Arthur J Ravenel Bridge in 2005
    Grace bridge built in 1928
    Span length: 900.6 ft.
    Total length: 10,218.0 ft.
  89. Frank "Gunner" Gatski Memorial Bridge (Cabell County, West Virginia)
    Cable-stayed bridge over the Ohio River on WV 106 in Huntington
    Open to traffic
    Built 1985
    Span length: 900.0 ft.
    Total length: 3,787.3 ft.
  90. Silver Memorial Bridge (Mason County, West Virginia)
    Through truss bridge over Ohio River on US 35 in Point Pleasant
    Open to traffic
    Built 1969
    Span length: 900.0 ft.
    Total length: 1,964.0 ft.
  91. St. Marys Bridge (Pleasants County, West Virginia)
    Cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River on WV 807 at St. Marys
    Open to traffic
    Span length: 900.0 ft.
    Total length: 2,583.1 ft.
  92. Carl D. Perkins Memorial Bridge (Scioto County, Ohio)
    Warren cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River, CSX Railroad tracks on Kentucky State Highway 8-Spur and U.S. 23 Truck Route, between West Portsmouth, Ohio and South Portsmouth, Kentucky
    Open to traffic
    Built 1987
    Span length: 900.0 ft.
    Total length: 2,991.0 ft.
  93. New Ledbetter Bridge (McCracken County, Kentucky)
    Warren through truss with no verticals bridge over Tennessee River on US 60
    Open to traffic
    Built 2013
    Span length: 900.0 ft.
    Total length: 3,690.1 ft.
  94. Ironton-Russell Bridge (new bridge) (Greenup County, Kentucky)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Ohio River on South 2nd Street Extention (Ironton)
    Under construction
    Under construction since 2012 to replace current Ironton-Russell Bridge less than a mile downstream
    Span length: 900.0 ft.
    Total length: 1,640.0 ft.
  95. Ironton-Russell Bridge (new bridge) (Greenup County, Kentucky)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Ohio River
    Intact but closed to all traffic
    Built 2016
    Span length: 900.0 ft.
    Total length: 1,640.0 ft.
  96. Quincy Bayview Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
    Cable-stayed bridge over the Mississippi River on westbound US 24 at Quincy
    Open to two lanes of westbound traffic
    Built 1986 at a cost of $17,230,000
    Span length: 899.7 ft.
    Total length: 4,507.0 ft.
  97. Hernando DeSoto Bridge (Shelby County, Tennessee)
    Two-span steel through arch bridge over the Mississippi River on I-40 at Memphis
    Open to traffic
    Built 1973
    Span length: 899.7 ft.
    Total length: 9,432.6 ft.
  98. Quigleys Twin Bridges #1 (east) (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
    Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Conodoquinet Creek on 641 Grn Springs Rd
    Replaced by new bridge
    Replaced 1948
    Span length: 888.0 ft.
    Total length: 888.0 ft.
  99. Blennerhassett Island Bridge (Washington County, Ohio)
    Network arch bridge over Ohio River at Blennerhassett Island on US 50
    Open to traffic
    Opened June 13, 2008
    Span length: 878.0 ft.
    Total length: 4,008.1 ft.
  100. New U.S. Grant Bridge (Scioto County, Ohio)
    Cable-stayed suspension bridge the Ohio River on US 23 in Portsmouth
    Open to traffic
    Cable stayed suspension bridge replaced earlier true wire suspension bridge at same location. Construction started 25 June 2001 and finished 16 October 2006 at a cost of $28,434,495.93
    Span length: 875.0 ft.
    Total length: 1,685.0 ft.