Sellwood Bridge

River mile: 16.5

Opened: December 15, 1925

Type: four-span continuous (Warren) deck truss

Main Span Length: 300 feet

Center Height to Water: 75 feet

Outside Width: 28 feet (two traffic lanes, with one 4-foot northerly sidewalk)

Color: green

Cost: $541,000 (plus $950,000 for approach reconstruction, 1980)

Owner: Multnomah County

Engineer/Designer: Gustav Lindenthal, New York, New York (main span); Ira G. Hedrick, Portland (approach spans and substructure)

Access: pedestrians, bicycles allowed

Average Daily Traffic: 30,500

Last updated: 20 February 2010.