Alligator River Bridge has reopened to vehicles and boats

By on March 20, 2018

The Alligator River Bridge reopened late Tuesday night to both vehicles and boats, after work on the 58-year-old swing span’s electrical and mechanical components were completed yesterday.

No additional full closures are expected of the Lindsay C. Warren Bridge that carries U.S. 64 between Dare and Tyrrell counties, but single lane closings can be expected until the overall project is completed.

The work is part of an extensive renovation project designed to extend the life of the 58-year-old bridge. The $16.7 million contract was awarded to Flatiron Constructors of Morrisville back in March 2017.

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