The Saint John River High Level Crossing is a steel girder bridge crossing the Saint John River at Coytown, New Brunswick, Canada.
Saint John River High Level Crossing
|Coordinates||45°50′07″N 66°11′09″W / 45.8354°N 66.1858°W|
|Carries|| Route 2|
|Crosses||Saint John River|
|Locale||Coytown, New Brunswick|
|Total length||1,000 metres (3,300 ft)|
|Height||60 metres (200 ft)|
|Longest span||120 metres (390 ft)|
|No. of lanes||4|
Completed in 2001 and opened to the public in October 2002, the bridge carries 4 lanes of the realigned Route 2 (Trans-Canada Highway). Total length is 1000 m (0.61 mile) with multiple spans resting on concrete piers. The centre span is 120 m (400 ft) with an airdraft clearance of 60 m (200 ft) for navigational traffic. It was built by the Maritime Road Development Corporation as part bg of a 230 km (140 mi) toll highway project.
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- ^ a b "Saint-John and Jemseg bridges". Grands Projets. VINCI Construction. Retrieved December 16, 2019.