The Bowen Bridge in Tasmania was built with Federal funds following the collapse of the Tasman Bridge in 1975. It links the East Derwent Highway with the Brooker Highway at Elwick some 10 km from Hobart. It was opened in 1984. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bowen Bridge"
The Cambie Street Bridge is a six lane bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia crossing False Creek. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cambie Street Bridge"
The Dumbarton Bridge is the southernmost of the highway bridges that span the San Francisco Bay in California. It is also the shortest. Its eastern terminus is in Fremont, near Newark in the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge and its western terminus is in Menlo Park. The current bridge is the second bridge in this location and was opened in 1984. The earlier bridge, opened in January 1927, was the first vehicular bridge to cross the Bay. Portions of this old drawbridge remain as fishing piers. The bridge has three lanes in each direction, and features a separated bike/pedestrian lane on its eastbound side. Currently there is a toll charge of $3 for cars travelling east to west. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dumbarton Bridge (California)"
The East-Link is a toll bridge in Dublin, Ireland, on the River Liffey, operated by NTR plc. It was built and opened to vehicular traffic in 1984. The city centre is west of the bridge, which links routes on the eastern side of Dublin city. The Dublin port tunnel will terminate near the Eastlink, in the Docklands on the north bank of the Liffey. Most of Dublin's docklands are east of the bridge, but it is raised on average three times per day to allow river traffic to pass. Currently 22,000 vehicles per day cross the eastlink bridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "East-Link (Dublin)"
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