|August 2011 (42.289 Degrees, -85.114 Degrees) I-94 Kalamazoo River Bridges|
The Kalamazoo River Bridges are two parallel 275 ft long, four span continuous reinforced concrete T girder bridges on four column bents and seat-type abutments. Each bridge is 35.4 ft wide and carries two lanes of traffic and shoulders. The Historic Bridges Website bemoans the replacement of the original barrier rails and gives these bridges a 'historic rating' of only 1. However, they can be easily seen from Calhoun County's Historic Bridge Park, which we'll visit tomorrow.
Michigan's Bridges: I-94 Kalamazoo River Bridges by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.