Indianapolis Keystone over Fall Creek Overflow
|Location:||County||Road||Over||Number||Other Location Information|
Fall Creek Overflow
Just south of Fall Creek Road and Keystone Avenue Intersection
|City of Indianapolis||301 feet||50 feet||1950||Seven Span Concrete Girder Bridge|
|Builder:||Harold Tharp from Fountain City (was part of FAS Project S-165 (1))||Status:||Pending|
The existing bridge was constructed in 1950 and rehabilitated in 1983. The structure spans over the Fall Creek Overflow and the Fall Creek Parkway Trail. It consists of seven 40’-0” reinforced concrete girder simple spans with a total structure length of 301’-0”. The bridge is built to a zero degree skew and has a clear roadway width of 50’-0” which accommodates four 12’-0” travel lanes and two 1’-0” curb offsets. The bridge is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Place, but is non select for preservation, per the Programmatic Agreement regarding management and preservation of Indiana's Historic Bridges. The status of this bridge is currently "pending", which means that its future is currently unknown as the Section 106 historic review process is on-going.
Depending on the outcome of Section 106 consultation, intested parties may be able to utlize the bridge. Indianapolis is now accepting proposals for the rehabilitation and reuse, or storage and future reuse of the bridge. Proposals will also be accepted for the salvage of elements that may be stored for future repair of similar historic bridges.
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