The new State Highway 96A (4th St.) Bridge in Pueblo, Colorado passes through historic Downtown Pueblo before crossing a small city street, the vast Pueblo Railroad Yard, and the Arkansas River. The bridge provides a much used connection between residential neighborhoods to the west and downtown businesses to the east. The new 1,140’ bridge is twin, post-tensioned segmental box girders built from above in balanced cantilever construction. The total bridge width carries two (2) travel lanes and a 10-foot multi-use sidewalk in each direction. The bridge features five (5) spans, the longest of which is 378-feet, a record for the longest span for a highway structure in the state. The selected layout provides clear spans over 28 railroad tracks for both the Union Pacific Railroad and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad facilities in the Pueblo Yard

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