Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Bridge 62814

Bridge 62814

Bridge 62814

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History and significance

Bridge 62814, constructed in 1965, carries the Canadian Pacific railroad corridor over Interstate 94 and an eastbound on-ramp in the city of Saint Paul in Ramsey County. This through plate-girder bridge has an extreme skew (61 degrees) and an exceptional main span length (148 feet) for its type. These combined features were in response to an exceptionally complex set of site conditions and design challenges to cross Interstate 94 in the Twin Cities. The bridge is significant for its complexity in design to provide a crossing at a challenging site.


City of Saint Paul (Ramsey County)
Latitude, Longitude: 44.95921325, -93.19968120

Bridge features

Bridge 62814

Design and construction of a through plate girder railroad bridge with an extreme skew and exceeding span lengths for its type.