Ross Island Bridge

River mile: 14.0

Opened: December 21, 1926

Type: steel deck cantilever truss

Main Span Length: 535 feet

Center Height to Water: 123 feet

Outside Width: 52 feet (four traffic lanes, with one 5-foot sidewalk)

Color: "phthalo" blue

Cost: $1.9 million (rehabilitation 2000-2001) $12.5 million

Owner: Oregon Department of Transportation; built by Multnomah County

Engineer/Designer: Gustav Lindenthal, New York, New York

Access: pedestrians, bicycles allowed

Average Daily Traffic: 70,000

Historic American Engineering Record OR-102


Last updated: 19 February 2010.