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Location type: Bridge
Location address: Canada
Number of texts: 1
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The Simon Fraser Bridge is a deck truss bridge on Highway 97, spanning the Fraser River in Prince George, British Columbia. It was originally a two-lane bridge, and was completed in 1963. It carries approximately 22,000 vehicles per day [1]. In 2009, a 50 million dollar project to twin the bridge was completed [2]. The new bridge carrying two lanes of northbound traffic is approximately 390 metres in length [3], whereas the two lanes of southbound traffic are directed across the original bridge.

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