Narrowest Bridges

Based on deck width

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

  1. Mt Zion Swinging Bridge (Lawrence County, Tennessee)
    Pedestrian Bridge over Sugar Creek
    Open to pedestrians
    Built ca.1950; Rehabilitated ca.2011
    Deck width: 2.0 ft.
  2. Hanapepe Swinging Bridge (Kauai County, Hawaii)
    Wire suspension bridge over Hanapepe River on Footpath
    Open to pedestrians
    Built in 1911, extensively rebuilt after Hurricane Iniki in 1992
    Deck width: 3.0 ft.
  3. Waimea Swing Bridge (Kauai County, Hawaii)
    Wire suspension bridge over Waimea River on Footbridge
    Open to pedestrians
    Built early 1900's, extensively damaged and rebuilt in 1992 after Hurricane Iniki.
    Deck width: 3.0 ft.
  4. Big Creek Park Footbridge (Fulton County, Illinois)
    Half-hip Pratt pony truss bridge over Unnamed ditch on Foot traffic
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 3.0 ft.
  5. Arroyo Grande Swinging Bridge (San Luis Obispo County, California)
    Wire suspension bridge over Arroyo Grande Creek on Footpath
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built in 1995 to replace a similar bridge (from 1875) that was damaged in a storm
    Deck width: 3.0 ft.
  6. Stone Foot Bridge (Fannin County, Texas)
    Stone arch bridge over Unnamed Creek
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built during the construction of Bonham State Park ca. 1936
    Deck width: 3.0 ft.
  7. Cowpasture River Suspension Footbridge (Bath County, Virginia)
    Wire suspension bridge over Cowpasture River on pedestrian pathway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1992
    Deck width: 3.0 ft.
  8. Drift Creek Falls Suspension Bridge (Lincoln County, Oregon)
    Wire suspension bridge over Drift Creek on Drift Creek Falls Trail 1378
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1997
    Deck width: 3.0 ft.
  9. A&D - Elizabeth River Ferry Transfer Bridge (Norfolk, Virginia)
    Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Elizabeth River on Atlantic & Danville Railroad
    No longer exists
    Built 1895;
    Deck width: 3.0 ft.
  10. Pomona Natural Bridge (Jackson County, Illinois)
    Slab bridge
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 3.0 ft.
  11. Creekside Tail - Suspension Bridge (Addison County, Vermont)
    Wire suspension bridge over Lewis Creek on Creekside Trail Pedestrian path
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1998
    Deck width: 3.2 ft.
  12. Little Golden Gate Bridge (Champaign County, Illinois)
    Wire suspension bridge over Lake of the Woods on a pedestrian trail in the Champaign County Forest Preserve
    Open to pedestrians
    Built 1960
    Deck width: 3.5 ft.
  13. Chautauqua Park Swinging Bridge #1 (Livingston County, Illinois)
    Wire suspension bridge over Vermillion River on a pedestrian path in Chautauqua Park
    Open to pedestrians
    Built 1898 by the Joliet Bridge and Iron Co.
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  14. Turkey Run Suspension Bridge (Parke County, Indiana)
    Wire suspension bridge over Sugar Creek on Pedestrian Path
    Re-opened in October 2013.
    Built 1918 after collaspe of the orginal bridge
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  15. Lover's Leap Bridge (Louisa County, Iowa)
    Swinging Pedestrian bridge
    Open to pedestrians
    First built in 1886, replaced in 1904 with a 160 ft span, current 262 ft span built in 1922
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  16. Wagners Lake Pedestrian bridge (Platte County, Nebraska)
    Triple-intersection lattice through truss bridge over Wagners Lake on Private foot traffic
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  17. Riverwalk Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
    Closed-spandrel arch bridge over San Antonio River on Pedestrian Pathway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1938-40 as part of a massive undertaking by the city of San Antonio and the W.P.A. to preserve the San Antonio River as it winds through downtown San Antonio.
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  18. Frost Trail Bridge (Bennington County, Vermont)
    Steel stringer bridge over Paran Creek on Frost Trail
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 2011
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  19. Kapaia Swinging Bridge (Kauai County, Hawaii)
    Wire suspension footbridge over Kapaia River (Hanamaulu Stream)
    Deteriorated beyond a safe passage state, further damaged during a storm on Friday, March 9, 2012 - tearing out most of the mainspan.
    Bridge closed September 2006 due to being unsafe. Damaged heavily during a storm on Friday, March 9, 2012 - tearing out most of the mainspan.
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  20. Reverchon Park Bridge (Dallas County, Texas)
    Stone arch bridge over Turtle Creek
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built ca. 1937 by the Works Progress Administration.
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  21. IslandWood Suspension Footbridge (Kitsap County, Washington)
    Wire suspension bridge over stream off Blakely Harbor on pedestrian pathway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 2002
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  22. Wabash Railroad Bridge #1247B (Livingston County, Illinois)
    Lost Timber foot bridge over drainage ditch on west side of Wabash Railroad tracks
    Demolished
    Original 19' timber foot bridge at this location built 1882; removed unknown date
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  23. Wabash Railroad Bridge #1248A (Livingston County, Illinois)
    Lost Timber stringer foot bridge over Unknown drainage ditch
    Demolished
    Original 30' timber foot bridge at this location built 1879; removed at an unknown date
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  24. South Fork Roanoke River Swinging / Suspension Footbridge (Montgomery County, Virginia)
    Wire suspension bridge over South Fork Roanoke River on Pedestrian path
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 4.0 ft.
  25. Keg Creek Bridge (Mills County, Iowa)
    Pony truss bridge over Keg Creek on Green Street
    No longer exists
    Built ca. 1930
    Deck width: 4.9 ft.
  26. Los Angeles River Pedestrian Bridge (Los Angeles County, California)
    Steel Warren arch pedestrian bridge over Los Angeles River near Glendale Blvd. in Los Angeles
    Open to Pedistrians
    Built 1929
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  27. 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.
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  28. Chicago Basin Trail Suspension Bridge (La Plata County, Colorado)
    Wire suspension bridge over Animas River on Chicago Basin Trail
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 2008, replacing a suspension bridge that had become unstable due to age, repeated floods and general deterioration. Thought to be the third bridge at this site.
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  29. MOB Black Bridge (Cumberland County, Maine)

    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1998: Rehabed 2013
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  30. Dry River Suspension Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
    Wire suspension bridge over Dry River on Dry River Trail
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 2007 by Seattle Bridge Builders
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  31. Lone Star Brewery Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
    Pratt pony truss bridge over San Antonio River on Museum Reach Riverwalk
    Open to pedestrians only
    Bridge Between the towers of the Original Lone Star Brewery
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  32. Commerce-Market Pedestrian Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
    Bridge over San Antonio River between Commerce and Market Streets
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1967
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  33. Patterson Viaduct Pedestrian Bridge (Baltimore County, Maryland)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Patapsco River on Pedestrian pathway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 2006
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  34. CB&Q - Quincy Bay Bridge (Oldest) (Adams County, Illinois)
    Lost Bollman deck truss bridge over Quincy Bay on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
    Replaced by a new bridge
    Built 1868; Approached replaced by DPGs 1886; Replaced 1899
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  35. Chance Pond Brook Pedestrian Bridge (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
    Lattice through truss bridge over Chance Pond Brook on Pedestrian Path
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  36. Saranac River Pedestrian Bridge (Clinton County, New York)
    Wire suspension bridge over Saranac River on Pedestrian Path
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  37. Spruce Street Suspension Bridge (San Diego County, California)
    Wire suspension bridge over Kate Sessions Canyon on Pedestrian walkway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1912 by city of San Diego
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  38. Quince Street Bridge (San Diego County, California)
    Timber stringer bridge over Maple Canyon on Pedestrian walkway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built in 1905
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  39. Riverside Cotton Mills (Mill #8) Bridges (Danville, Virginia)
    Pratt deck truss bridge over Canal on Pedestrian
    Intact but closed to all traffic
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  40. Hump Bridge (Chittenden County, Vermont)
    Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Allen Brook on Sidewalk
    Open to traffic
    Built 1896 by Henry Root; Rehabilitated 1995
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  41. Mohican Wilderness Suspension Bridge (Knox County, Ohio)
    Suspension bridge over Mohican river on Pedestrian trail
    Good condition
    Built 2002
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  42. Bicycle Bridge (Tippecanoe County, Indiana)
    Concrete rigid frame pedestrian bridge over Unnamed Ravine
    Open to pedestrians only
    Constructed in 1924 to allow children to cross ravine and attend Highland School
    Deck width: 5.0 ft.
  43. Benson Bridge (Multnomah County, Oregon)
    Concrete arch bridge over Lower Multnomah Falls on a pedestrian trail
    Open to pedestrians
    Built 1914
    Deck width: 5.8 ft.
  44. Leavitt Meadows Campground Trail Bridge (Mono County, California)
    Warren pony truss with all verticals bridge over West Walker Creek on West Walker Trail (#22046)
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built between 1933 and 1953; rehabilitated 1953; damaged by flooding 1996
    Deck width: 5.8 ft.
  45. Two Cent Bridge (Kennebec County, Maine)
    Wire suspension bridge over Kennebec River built as a pedestrian bridge
    Open to pedestrians
    Original build in 1901 was washed away and rebuilt in 1903; one of the last pedestrian toll bridges still standing in the US
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  46. Eel River/Vandalia Railroad Flowers Creek bridge (Miami County, Indiana)
    Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Flowers Creek on former Conrail (ex- Penn Central, Pennsylvania Railroad, Vandalia, Eel River, Detroit and Eel River Railroads) near Chili
    Abandoned
    Abandoned wood stringer bridge and rail line has been abandoned since 1977. Once carried Wabash Railroad trains when they had control of the Detroit and Eel River Railroad.
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  47. Washington Park Footbridge (Racine County, Wisconsin)
    Bridge over Root River on Golf Course Walkway
    Open to pedestrians
    Built ca. 1915; Rebuilt 1995; Restored 2007
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  48. PRR - RACE Tower Industrial Line Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
    Abandoned timber stringer bridge over unnamed ditch behind Church near Main Street(old US 35, 435) and 18th Street intersection on Formerly Conrail(nee Penn Central, Pennsylvania, Panhandle, New Castle and Richmond Railroads) in Logansport
    Abandoned
    This small bridge was part of the original alignment of Logansport's first rail line that left the current line at 18th Street and headed along the South side of Wabash River to South Burlington Avenue where a depot and turntable once sat.
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  49. Mystery Bridge (Cass County, Missouri)
    Mystery bowstring-like bridge now sitting in a field off MO 58
    Moved to new location
    Stored at this location for a few years
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  50. Erie Zoo Drift Catcher Bridge (Erie County, Pennsylvania)
    Bridge over Mill Creek, Erie County, PA on Erie Zoo train
    Open to traffic
    Built 1918, City of Erie, $12,000, Repair summer, 2010, $475,000, completion August, 2010.
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  51. Ritz-Carlton Footbridge (St. Louis County, Missouri)
    Bowstring through truss bridge over Forest Park Parkway and MetroLink between the Ritz-Carlton Hotel (on the north) and Carswold Drive (on the south)
    Open to bicyclists and pedestrians
    Built in 2005
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  52. Cotton Belt - Drainage Trestle (Navarro County, Texas)
    Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Drainage on Cotton Belt Railroad
    Abandoned
    Built 1881
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  53. Church Crossing (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
    Bridge over Cumberland Valley Rail-Trail for People
    Open to pedestrians only, no bicycles, roller blades, skates, or similar.
    Built 1990
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  54. San Antonio Zoo Railroad Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
    Warren through truss bridge over San Antonio River on San Antonio Zoo Railroad
    Open to traffic
    Built 1956
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  55. CSX - Northern Route Bridge (Vigo County, Indiana)
    Warren through truss bridge over Wabash River on CSX Transportation
    Open to traffic
    Built around 1900 for NYC railroad, now carries CSX Transportation and Conrail Shared Assets traffic
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  56. Dalton Suspension Bridge (Victoria County, Texas)
    Abandoned wire suspension bridge over Guadalupe River
    Abandoned
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  57. Wallkill Valley Rail Trail - Rosendale Trestle (Ulster County, New York)
    Deck truss bridge over Rondout Creek and Main Street on Railroad
    Open to pedestrians
    Built 1895; closed to traffic in 1977;
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  58. Big Rock Forest Preserve Bridge (Kane County, Illinois)
    Suspension bridge over Big Rock Creek on Pedestrian Trail
    Open to pedestrians
    Built in 2005
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  59. Banner Bridge (Wise County, Virginia)
    Bridge is on what was once a spur line to coal mines about a half mile northward.
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  60. Riegelsville Footbridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
    Queenpost pony truss bridge over Delaware Canal on pedestrian traffic from Durham St to the Riegelsville Inn parking lot
    Essentially new "fun truss" bridge added to Canal park walking tour
    Built 2009
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  61. Kukin Run Fruitcake Bridge (Lane County, Oregon)
    Single-span arch bridge over Wash-and-Wear Creek
    Open to pedestrians only
    Construction began 1922, completed 1959
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  62. Deer Pen Bridge (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
    Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Minnehaha Creek on Pedestrian Pathway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1939
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  63. Baker River Bridge (Whatcom County, Washington)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Baker River on pedestrian pathway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1998
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  64. Trail of the Cedars Suspension Bridge (Whatcom County, Washington)
    Wire suspension bridge over Skagit River on pedestrian pathway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1969
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  65. Bernard Pack Suspension Bridge (Valley County, Idaho)
    Wire suspension bridge over Middle Fork Salmon River on pedestrian and pack trail
    Open to pedestrian and equestrian activities only
    Built 1957
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  66. P&SVRR - Latrobe Trestle (El Dorado County, California)
    Trestle bridge on P&SVRR over many creeks
    Demolished and filled in in with massive gravel fill
    Built 1863-1864, obliterated and filled in unknown year.
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  67. Ohio Edison Bridge (Marshall County, West Virginia)
    Pratt through truss bridge over Ohio River on Pedestrian Path
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  68. Iron Goat Trail - Bridge #402 (King County, Washington)
    Through truss bridge
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  69. Bennett Branch Sinnemahoning Creek Swinging Suspension Footbridge (Cameron County, Pennsylvania)
    Wire suspension bridge over Bennett Branch Sinnemahoning Creek on pedestrian traffic
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  70. Doniphan Co. Waddell "A" Truss Bridge (New Location) (Doniphan County, Kansas)
    Waddell "A" through truss bridge over Unnamed Creek
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1900
    Deck width: 6.0 ft.
  71. Tannery Hill Bridge 29-01-e (Belknap County, New Hampshire)
    Lattice through truss bridge over Gunstock River on Recreation Trail
    Open to traffic
    Built 1995
    Deck width: 6.2 ft.
  72. Wolfe Park Suspension Bridge (Franklin County, Ohio)
    Wire suspension bridge over Alum Creek on Ohio to Erie Trail
    Open to pedestrians
    Built 1922 to connect Franklin Park
    Deck width: 6.3 ft.
  73. CNTP - Rock Creek Bridge #1 (Morgan County, Tennessee)
    Deck girder bridge over Rock Creek on railroad
    Open
    Built in 1906 by the Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railroad in cooperation with the city of Cincinnati, Ohio
    Deck width: 6.5 ft.
  74. CNTP - Cumberland River Bridge (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
    Lost Deck truss bridge over Cumberland River on Norfolk Southern Railway at Burnside
    Replaced by a new bridge
    Built 1880 for the Cincinnati Southern Railway, replaced in 1955
    Deck width: 6.5 ft.
  75. SNETT - Canal Street Overpass (North) (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
    Deck plate girder bridge over Canal Street on Southern New England Trunkline Trail
    Under construction
    Built 1917; being converted to trail use 2014
    Deck width: 6.5 ft.
  76. UI Spiral Footbridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
    Concrete rigid frame bridge over US 6 on Pedestrian Pathway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1960
    Deck width: 6.5 ft.
  77. Concepcion Creek Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
    Modern Bowstring pony truss bridge over Concepcion Creek
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  78. WVRR - Williams Creek Bridge (Fayette County, Indiana)
    Pony arch bridge over Williams Creek on Whitewater Valley Railroad
    Open to traffic
    Built 1917 and 1918.
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  79. Glenwood Cemetery Footbridge (Shelby County, Illinois)
    Steel arch bridge over Gulley in Glenwood Cemetery
    Open to pedestrians
    Built 1919
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  80. Georgetown Trestle (Floyd County, Indiana)
    Bridge over the Yellow Fork River and a city street on NS (Former Southern) Railway in Georgetown
    Open to railroad traffic
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  81. Blue Heron Bridge (McCreary County, Kentucky)
    Cantilevered Deck truss bridge over Big South Fork on Pedestrian Path (use to carry coal cars)
    Open to pedestrians
    Built 1930's to carry coal cars, restrored 1960's for pedestrian use.
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  82. Hocking Hills Indian Bridge (Hocking County, Ohio)
    Cable-stayed bridge over Queer Creek / Hocking Gorge carrying pedestrians
    Open to pedestrians
    Built 1980
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  83. Arneson Theater Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
    Closed-spandrel arch bridge over San Antonio River on Pedestrian Pathway
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1939-41 by the W.P.A.-named after WPA reginal engineer Edwin Arneson
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  84. SNETT - Blackstone River Bridge (West) (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
    Deck plate girder bridge over Blackstone River on future Southern New England Trunkline Trail
    Under construction
    Built 1911; abandoned 1970s; in process of trail conversion 7/2014
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  85. First Branch Bridge (Orange County, Vermont)
    Bridge over Jenkins Brook (First Branch White River) on Private Drive/Pedestrian Trail
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built in 2014 by a young Vermont architect, Nick Fabrikant, to give access to the open woods opposite the stream.
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  86. Jone's Field Footbridge (Belknap County, New Hampshire)
    Warren Through truss bridge over Merrymeeting River on Pedestrian path
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  87. NH - Nashoba Brook Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
    Deck plate girder bridge over Nashoba Brook on NH Framingham & Lowell Line
    Derelict/abandoned
    Built ca. 1907
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  88. Lincoln Woods Suspension footbridge (Carroll County, New Hampshire)
    Suspension footbridge over East Branch Pemigewasset River on Trail
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  89. Roanoke Locomotive Shop Pedestrian Bridge (S) (Roanoke, Virginia)
    Pony/through plate girder bridge over NSRR on Pedestrian Path
    Open to pedestrians only
    Built 1914
    Deck width: 7.0 ft.
  90. Old Smith Point Bridge (Humboldt County, California)
    Deck girder bridge over South Fork Eel River on Benbow Drive
    Built 1934
    Deck width: 7.3 ft.
  91. Copeland Creek Bridge (Blount County, Alabama)
    Pony truss bridge over Copeland Creek on Chamblee Mill Road
    Open to traffic
    Built 1946
    Deck width: 7.5 ft.
  92. Factory Pond Railroad Bridge #36.58 (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
    Deck plate girder bridge over Factory Pond on Southern New England Trunkline Trail
    Under construction
    Built 1918
    Deck width: 7.5 ft.
  93. Riverside Park Footbridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
    Pony truss bridge over Charles River on Pedestrian Walkway
    Built ca. 1920
    Deck width: 7.7 ft.
  94. O'Fallon Park Road Bridge (Jefferson County, Colorado)
    Lost pony truss bridge over Bear Creek on O'Fallon Park Road in Evergreen
    No longer exists
    Built ca. 1940; replaced 2003
    Deck width: 7.8 ft.
  95. Service Road Bridge (Herkimer County, New York)
    Through truss bridge over Erie Barge Canal on a service road
    Open to traffic
    Built 1913; rehabilitated 1955
    Deck width: 7.9 ft.
  96. Little Sandy River EL&BS Railroad Bridge 2 (Carter County, Kentucky)
    Pratt through truss bridge over Little Sandy River on alignment of former Elizabethtown, Lexington and Big Sandy Railroad (now Old Fultz Road)
    Open to traffic
    Built 1873 by the EL&BS Railroad; converted to use as a vehiclular bridge following railroad abandonment
    Deck width: 7.9 ft.
  97. I-89 Pedestrian Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
    Deck girder bridge over I-89 on Pedestrian path
    Open to pedestrians only
    Deck width: 7.9 ft.
  98. McPhillips Road Bridge (Harrison County, Indiana)
    Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Middle Fork of Buck Creek on McPhillips Road
    Replaced by a new bridge
    Built ca. 1900
    Deck width: 7.9 ft.
  99. Dewey Bridge (Grand County, Utah)
    wire suspension bridge over Colorado River on UT 128
    Wood portions Destroyed by fire on April 6, 2008
    Built 1915-16 by the Midland Bridge Co.; wood portions destroyed by fire on April 6, 2008
    Deck width: 8.0 ft.
  100. US 41/45 Pedestrian/Bicycle Overpass (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
    Cable-stayed bridge over US 41-US 45 on Water St. in Menomonee Falls
    Open to pedestrians/bicycles
    Built 1970; First Cable-stayed bridge built in the United States
    Deck width: 8.0 ft.