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I-95 Baldwin Bridge

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The Raymond E. Baldwin Bridge, also known as the I-95 Baldwin Bridge, is a concrete segmental bridge that crosses the Connecticut River between Old Saybrook and Old Lyme, Connecticut. The bridge, composed of eleven spans, carries eight lanes of Interstate 95 and U.S. Route 1 traffic, four in each direction. There is also a bike/pedestrian walkway on the north side of the bridge adjacent to the southbound lanes. The bridge was built by O&G Industries, Inc. of Torrington, Connecticut, with construction beginning in 1990 and completed in 1993 at a total cost of $460 million. The bridge is named after former Connecticut Governor Raymond E. Baldwin.

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Old Lyme, CT 06371