Construction begins on new $75 million cable-stayed bridge in Maine

04/16/2004 | Portland Press Herald (Maine)

Crews in Maine are starting construction on a $75 million project to build a new span over the Penobscot River that will replace the crumbling Waldo-Hancock Bridge. The new bridge will be only the second cable-stayed bridge in New England, and, with two towers that rise from the river's banks and cables that will hold up its roadway, the bridge is expected to last up to 150 years.

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