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Veterans Memorial Bridge (Rochester, New York)

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Crosses  Genesee River
Preceded by  Driving Park Bridge
Opened  1931
Width  32 m
Body of water  Genesee River
Locale  Rochester, New York
Height  58 m
Total length  299 m
Location  Rochester
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Carries  Motor vehicles Pedestrians
Maintained by  New York State Department of Transportation
Followed by  Kodak Park/Seneca Park pedestrian walkway
Similar  Pont De Rennes bridge, Frederick Douglass–Susan B Anthon, Colonel Patrick O'Rorke, Caneadea Bridge, Main Street Bridge

The Veterans Memorial Bridge in Rochester, New York, carries New York State Route 104 (less well known as the Keeler Street Expressway) across the Genesee River. The bridge is an architecturally significant concrete arch faced with white granite. Conceived in 1928 and finished in 1931, the span is the longest bridge in Rochester at 981 feet. It is 190 feet in height and 106 feet wide.

Map of Veterans Memorial Bridge, Rochester, NY, USA

The bridge was originally connected to a traffic circle but was changed to an interchange in the 1960s.

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Veterans Memorial Bridge (Rochester, New York) Wikipedia