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This is the Commission’s second oldest toll bridge.  It is a twelve-span, simply supported composite-steel-girder and concrete-deck structure with an overall length of 1,324 feet. The granite-faced piers and abutments are reinforced concrete.

Originally constructed by the Commission in 1952 as a four-lane facility, the structure’s road deck was reconfigured to six lanes in 1965 for a total curb-to-curb width of 62 feet. In 1983, an aluminum median barrier was erected across the bridge, resulting in three southbound and two northbound lanes.

Between 2007 and 2009, the Commission undertook a cantelever-widening project that  improved safety and efficiency of travel at the bridge and its immediate vicinity.  The bridge now carries three southbound lanes and three northbound lanes, one of which is an auxilary lane for the first New Jersey exit in Trenton.

A new five-lane toll plaza, located on the bridge’s Pennsylvnia side, also was  constructed under the 2007-09 widening/rehabilitation project.  The toll plaza handles E-ZPass and cash transactions in the Pennsylvania-bound direction (Route 1 southbound) only.  A TOLL BY PLATE payment option was added to this bridge on January 24, 2024.

Cash collections are projected to end at this location by early 2025.

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