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Bridges

Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge

Location
Washington, DC
Owner
District Department of Transportation
Architect
AECOM
Contract Value
$441,000,000

Also known as the South Capitol Street Corridor Project, this is Washington D.C.'s largest public infrastructure project in its history. It includes the replacement of the existing Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge over the Anacostia River. The scope of work includes the construction of two new approach ovals and the reconstruction of a portion of I-295 adjacent to the new bridge. When complete, the bridge will have six lanes, and improved accommodations for bicycle and pedestrian traffic.

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