Coronado Bridge – San Diego
The San Diego/Coronado Bridge—locally referred to as the Coronado Bridge—is a pre-stressed concrete/steel girder bridge that links San Diego with Coronado, crossing over San Diego Bay. The bridge was opened to the public in August 1969, during the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the founding of San Diego. The bridge spans 11,179 feet long, and is supported by 27 concrete girders—the longest ever made at the time of construction.
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