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The Congressman William L. Clay Sr. Bridge, formerly known as the Bernard F. Dickmann Bridge and popularly as the Poplar Street Bridge or PSB, completed in 1967, is a 647-foot-long (197 m) deck girder bridge across the Mississippi River between St. Louis, Missouri, and East St. Louis, Illinois.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poplar_Street_Bridge
The Congressman William L. Clay Sr. Bridge, formerly known as the Bernard F. Dickmann Bridge and popularly as the Poplar Street Bridge or PSB, completed in 1967, is a 647-foot-long (197 m) deck girder bridge across the Mississippi River between St. Louis, Missouri, and East St. Louis, Illinois.
The construction of the Poplar Street Bridge is a fascinating bit of history. While certainly not as revolutionary as the Eads Bridge, the next span just to the north, the Poplar Street Bridge was innovative in its own time and represents an important moment in mid-century bridge construction.
Eads Bridge. Poplar Street Bridge (I-55/64/70) MacArthur Bridge. Jefferson Barracks Bridge (I-255) Note—click on any black flag to open a page about that structure.
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A project to replace overhead signs along I-64 between the Poplar Street Bridge and I-70 in St. Charles County, and to replace signs along I-170 between I-64 and I-270. Future 64 study MoDOT is working with the community to determine the future of the corridor in terms of needs and desired outcomes.
This bridge carried the US-66 designation from 1967 to 1977. The next eight photos show a typical crossing of the Poplar Street Bridge from Illinois heading west into Saint Louis, and ending up on southbound I-55.
Historic Bridge Foundation is a 501(C)(3) organization. This project has been funded in part by a grant from the Fondren Endowed Fund of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Burdine Johnson Foundation.
That’s all the names it has in Illinois, between the Poplar Street Bridge in East St. Louis, through Lincoln, Bloomington-Normal and Pontiac, up to Lake Shore Drive in Chicago.