Alma Lee Loy Bridge

Alma Lee Loy Bridge
Carries SR 656
Crosses Indian River
Locale Indian River County, Florida
Design concrete deck 4 lane arch
Opened 1979
Coordinates

27°37′58.35″N 80°22′16.00″W / 27.6328750°N 80.3711111°W / 27.6328750; -80.3711111Coordinates: 27°37′58.35″N 80°22′16.00″W / 27.6328750°N 80.3711111°W / 27.6328750; -80.3711111

The Alma Lee Loy Bridge[1] (also called the 17th Street Bridge) is a fixed concrete arch bridge that spans the Indian River intracoastal waterway in Indian River County, Florida. The bridge, started in 1977, was constructed by Gulf Contracting Inc, FL and was completed in 1979.

The Florida Department of Transportation bridge number is 880077.

The bridge has a total of four motor vehicle lanes and two bicycle lanes. The vertical clearance is 65 ft (20 m).

On the river it crosses the ICW at Statute Mile 953, south of flashing day beacon #145A.

References

External links

  • Indian River County Historical Timeline
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