The I-44 bridges over Darlington Avenue are solid concrete structures that do not have girders. Rather, the bridges are made of concrete slabs that are formed together. These bridges are narrow, have concrete and metal railings (except for the south railing on the eastbound bridge, which was damaged in an accident and replaced with poured concrete in 1980) and do not contain shoulders. They are scheduled to be replaced when I-44 eventually is widened through this area. A timetable for this project has not been set. Beyond the bridge is a flashing signal that flashes red for Darlington Avenue and yellow for the I-44 frontage road. A few blocks north are the Promenade and Southroads malls. Immediately south of this bridge is Children's Medical Center. Photo taken July 1986.
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