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Mass. Route 10 Bridge

Connecticut River Bridge

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The Mass. Route 10 Bridge, also known as Bennett’s Meadow Bridge, is a significant structure that crosses the Connecticut River in Northfield, Massachusetts. This steel stringer bridge, which is 215.5 meters (707 feet) long, carries state highway Route 10. The bridge was constructed in 1969.The bridge has a load limit of 57.5 Metric Tons and sees a daily traffic of 4,267 (as of 2002). The site of the current bridge was first authorized for a bridge in 1810, and it has a rich history involving a ferry service and multiple bridge constructions.

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Mass. DOT
Mass. Rt. 10
Northfield, MA 01360