The Broadway Bridge was constructed in 1911 & 1912. The bridge currently carries four lanes of traffic with an average daily volume of 30,000 vehicles.
Willamette River Bridges
This 1926 structure is located on one of the longest and busiest streets in the Portland area. The five-lane Burnside connects downtown Portland, Beaverton to the west and Gresham to the east.
The 1,383-foot long Hawthorne Bridge is one of Portland’s busiest bridges, safely carrying approximately 30,000 vehicles and untold pedestrians and cyclists across the Willamette River.
Sleek in design—"minimalist architecture," some say—the Morrison Bridge marked the advent of freeways and faster cars in the Portland area.
The Sauvie Island Bridge serves as a gateway from outlying urban and industrial areas to the country island setting.
The Sellwood Bridge, built in 1925, was the first fixed-span bridge on the lower Willamette River and a pioneer in area bridge technology.