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It was fully assembled on the ground, then lifted approximately 200 feet into position.
In early September, the first of two derrick cranes was lifted onto the pier table on the west tower to begin construction of the west half of the main span.
The U-turn will run under the Ocean Blvd. overpass on Terminal Island.
Scheduled to open in early-2019, this roadway will accelerate goods movement for truckers and Port tenants in the area, and provide safe and smoother driving through the intersection for everyone.
Watch the four-day demolition of the former connector ramp.
Last week, large excavators equipped with jackhammers and claws tore down the elevated ramp, as crews worked around the clock to complete the demolition as safely and quickly as possible, and minimize traffic impacts in the area.
Path will connect with routes in Long Beach and enable bicyclists and pedestrians to cross the new bridge.
While it may be a little challenging to imagine this concrete “shelf” as a bike trail, it is indeed the first appearance of the Mark Bixby Memorial Bicycle Pedestrian Path.
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