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Bridges Maintained by the City of Rochester

The City's  Bureau of Architecture & Engineering  maintains over 30 bridges:

Feature Crossed  Feature(s) Carried
Genesee River Andrews Street, Court Street, Driving Park Avenue, Elmwood Avenue, Ford Street, Main Street, Pont de Rennes (Platt Street)  Pedestrian Bridge, Sister Cities Pedestrian Bridge, Smith Street, South River Corridor Pedestrian Bridge, Subway Tunnel
Wilson Blvd/ Genesee River Erie Lackawanna Railroad
Conrail East Main Street, Lake Avenue/Holden Street, Lake Avenue/Boxart Street, St. Paul Street, Turning Point RR Bed
Interstate 490 Alexander Street, Ames Street, Averill Avenue, Child Street, Colby Street Pedestrian Bridge, Colvin Street Pedestrian Bridge, Culver Road, Grape Street, Meigs Street, Saxton Street, South Goodman Street, Spring Street Pedestrian Overpass, Winton Road
Inner Loop Clinton Avenue, Joseph Avenue, Main Street, North Street, St. Paul Street, Scio Street
Subway Tunnel Broad Street
Old Subway Bed Allen Street, Brown Street
Abandoned Subway Library Plaza
Old Race Library Loading Dock
Brown's Raceway Commercial Street
Eastman Kodak Road Dewey Avenue
Red Creek East River Road
Bike Path Old Railroad Ford Street
Interstate 590 Highland Avenue
Route 104 Veterans Memorial Pedestrian Bridge  
 

Note: For many of these bridges, the City shares maintenance responsibilities with New York State, County of Monroe, and private corporations.

 


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