Dawson Bridge

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Dawson Bridge
Dawson bridge edmonton 2008.jpg
Dawson Bridge as of 2008
Coordinates 53°32′55.6″N 113°28′1.2″W / 53.548778°N 113.467000°W / 53.548778; -113.467000Coordinates: 53°32′55.6″N 113°28′1.2″W / 53.548778°N 113.467000°W / 53.548778; -113.467000
Carries Motor vehicles, pedestrians
Crosses North Saskatchewan River
Locale Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Official name Dawson Bridge
Characteristics
Total length 236.5 m (776 feet)
Width 12.5m (41 feet)
History
Opened 1912
Dawson Bridge is located in Edmonton
Dawson Bridge
Dawson Bridge
Location in Edmonton

The Dawson Bridge is a bridge that spans the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

In early 2010, it underwent repairs, and later reopened on December 20, 2010.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dawson Bridge to reopen Monday". CBC.ca. December 17, 2010. Retrieved January 23, 2011. 
Preceded by
Pedestrian bridge
Bridge across the
North Saskatchewan River
Succeeded by
Capilano Bridge
Preceded by
Low Level Bridge
Road bridge across the
North Saskatchewan River