The Hurricane Deck Bridge is the last of its kind in Missouri. There is a historical impact to was the existing bridge and MoDOT is prepared to "preserve the bridge on paper" through archival documentation and offer the bridge structure for adaptive reuse. Learn more about MoDOT's efforts to address impacts to the historic structure by reviewing the following documents.
The Hurricane Deck Bridge as a Historic Structure (pdf, 374 KB)
Historic Preservation at MoDOT (pdf, 178 KB)
Protecting the Environment Through the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (pdf, 265 KB)
More Information about the Bridge as a Historic Structure (pdf, 121 KB)
Advertising the Structure for Adaptive Reuse (pdf, 95 KB)
In other parts of the state, portions of historic bridges have been reused in a variety of ways. These documents detail some examples:
The New Franklin Viaduct on Route 5 in Howard County (pdf, 1.09 MB)
For more information about how MoDOT addresses historic bridges, click here.
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