Kingshighway Bridge Project

The 75-year-old Kingshighway bridge between Southwest/Vandeventer and Shaw Blvd closed on July 6, 2015 for reconstruction. Four center lanes of the new six-lane bridge reopened on May 13, 2017. The two remaining lanes will open later in the summer along with all remaining work (landscaping, hardscaping, sidewalks, etc.)

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Kingshighway Bridge FAQ
Details regarding the Kingshighway Bridge between Shaw and Southwest/Vandeventer

Kingshighway Bridge Detour
Details of detour routes during bridge closure beginning July 6, 2015 until the bridge reopened on May 13, 2017.

News & Announcements

Kingshighway Bridge Progress Continues; Partial Opening Scheduled for April 2017
Four lanes of Kingshighway open by May 2017; Full opening targeted for July 2017
Press release | Street Division,Board of Public Service | 12/27/2016

UPDATE: Kingshighway Viaduct Now Closed for Reconstruction
Detours in Place
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Department of Streets | 07/07/2015

Kingshighway Viaduct to Close Monday for Reconstruction
Closed for Construction for up to Two Years
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Department of Streets | 07/02/2015

Kingshighway Viaduct to Close for Reconstruction
Detour Signs to be Installed in Coming Weeks
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Department of Streets | 05/11/2015

Progress Photos

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