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Moray Bridge

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Locale  Richmond
Maintained by  City of Richmond
Opened  1957
Province  British Columbia
Body of water  Fraser River
Official name  Moray Channel Bridge
Design  swing bridge
Location  Richmond
Bridge type  Swing bridge
Carries  Pedestrian, Bicycle
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Crosses  Middle Arm Fraser River
Similar  Sea Island Connector, Dins Bridge, No 2 Road Bridge, Swing bridge, Arthur Laing Bridge

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Moray Bridge, originally christened 'The Middle-arm Swing Bridge' in October 1957, is a low-level one-way swing bridge in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. It connects Grant McConachie Way on Sea Island, where the Vancouver International Airport is located, with Sea Island Way on Lulu Island. The bridge is also called the Moray Channel Bridge has a swing section is 58 metres long.


Map of Moray Bridge, Richmond, BC, Canada

The bridge handles eastbound traffic coming from Sea Island. It was a two-way bridge until the completion of the nearby Sea Island Bridge, which handles traffic towards Sea Island.

The bridge passes over the Middle Arm of the Fraser River (in a section referred to as the Moray Channel) and was previously frequently called the Middle Arm Bridge, a name now used by a Skytrain bridge.

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