|The William A. Stickel Memorial Bridge is a vertical lift bridge in New Jersey that crosses the Passaic River, connecting Newark and Harrison as part of Interstate 280.
The bridge was constructed from 1948 to 1949 as Route 25A and is owned and operated by the New Jersey Department of Transportation. The total length of the structure is 209.6 m, and it provides a clearance of 11.7 - 15.1 m. The length of the movable section is 41.9 m. The bridge was inaugurated on May 1, 1949 and became part of the interstate system in 1971.
Location: East Newark, NJ
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