Part of the 2.0 mile-long relocation and widening of SR 207 in Ross County, Ohio. This new structure is a five-span continuous prestressed concrete I-beam bridge with composite reinforced concrete deck supported by T-type piers and stub abutments, over the Scioto River Over-flow.
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Special Features: 130′ Single-span prestressed concrete I-beams Semi-integral abutmentsView Details
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