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  2. Roberto Clemente Bridge Now Closed Until December 2023

    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- The Roberto Clemente Bridge closed on Monday morning for a nearly two-year-long rehabilitation project. The Sixth Street Bridge typically sees about 8,000 vehicles a day,...

  3. Roberto Clemente Bridge - Wikipedia

    The Roberto Clemente Bridge, also known as the Sixth Street Bridge, spans the Allegheny River in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. History First bridge The original bridge at the site was a wooden covered bridge with six spans, probably using Burr trusses. It was built in 1819 by a contractor named Lothrop. [1] Second bridge

  4. Roberto Clemente Bridge (Sixth Street Bridge) - Tripadvisor

    Roberto Clemente bridge is a beautiful bridge - one of many to enter Pittsburgh, PA by. However this bridge is special as it is next to PNC park- the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates Major League Baseball team. On game days this bridge is closed off so all baseball fans can walk across the bridge en mass. Street performers play for tips.

  5. Roberto Clemente Bridge to close down for repairs through 2023

    Public Works. In July 2021, Allegheny County officials broke the news that the Roberto Clemente Bridge would undergo a reconstruction project lasting roughly 19 months.

  6. Three Sisters (Pittsburgh) - Wikipedia

    Roberto Clemente Bridge: Characteristics; Total length: 884 feet (269 m) in main plus two 215 feet (66 m) side spans; 995 feet (303 m) with approaches: Width: 38 feet (12 m) roadway (formerly 2 vehicle, 2 tramway tracks, now 2 wide vehicle lanes) with 10 feet (3.0 m) sidewalks outside the plate girders: Longest span: 430 feet (130 m) Clearance ...

  7. Where Will Locks on The Roberto Clemente Bridge Go When the ...

    The Roberto Clemente Bridge — which connects Downtown with the North Side and PNC Park — opened in 1928 and carries 7,895 vehicles daily across the Allegheny River. It’s one of the three Sister Bridges, along with the Andy Warhol and Rachel Carson — the only trio of identical bridges in the world and the first self-anchored suspension ...

  8. The Roberto Clemente Bridge | Pittsburgh Beautiful

    The Roberto Clemente Bridge, also known as the Sixth Street Bridge, is a prominent landmark in Pittsburgh. Spanning the Allegheny River, this bridge holds historical significance and serves as a vital transportation route in the city. Named after the legendary Pittsburgh Pirates baseball player, Roberto Clemente, this bridge is one of the ...

  9. 6th Street Bridge (Roberto Clemente Bridge) -

    Historic Suspension Bridge in Pittsburgh Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Most suspension bridges use cable; this unusual bridge uses eye-bars. 6th Street Bridge (Roberto Clemente Bridge) -

  10. ROBERTO CLEMENTE BRIDGE - 81 Photos & 25 Reviews - Yelp

    ROBERTO CLEMENTE BRIDGE - 81 Photos & 25 Reviews - 6TH St, Pittsburgh, PA - Yelp Restaurants Home Services Auto Services Roberto Clemente Bridge 25 reviews Unclaimed Landmarks & Historical Buildings Edit Write a review Add photo Photos & videos See all 83 photos See All 83 and closes down for the games. in 12 reviews

  11. Roberto Clemente (Sixth Street) Bridge Project - ArcGIS StoryMaps

    Overview Location: Roberto Clemente (Sixth Street) Bridge in the City of Pittsburgh Traffic restriction: Full closure of Roberto Clemente (Sixth Street) Bridge at all times. Full closure of the Andy Warhol (Seventh Street) Bridge from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Monday-Thursday nights – except during inclement weather and nearby special events.