The Winona Bridge crosses over the Mississippi River in Winona, Minnesota and connects Minnesota Truck Highway 43 with Wisconsin Trunk Highway 54. The new bridge was constructed just upstream from the original steel truss bridge; which was erected in 1942, recently rehabilitated and repurposed by dedicating the two 12 foot lanes for one-way traffic to the north. The new bridge is 2,789 feet in length and required 24,000 cubic yards of cast-in-place concrete. The new structure now dedicates two 12 foot lanes for traffic traveling south from Wisconsin to Minnesota.
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|Engineer of Record:||Figg Engineering|
|General Contractor:||Ames Construction, Inc.|
|Concrete Supplier:||Modern Ready Mix|
|Testing Company:||American Engineering Testing|