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Bylas, AZ: Gila River Bridge

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

The US 70 Gila River Bridge near Bylas, Arizona is the state’s fourth longest bridge, measuring 1,829 feet in length. ADOT has replaced the original bridge, built in 1957, with a new bridge. The $12.7 million project features wider travel lanes, emergency shoulders and a pedestrian walkway. – ArizonaDOT on YouTube

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