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The Centennial Bridge, or Rock Island Centennial Bridge, connects Rock Island, Illinois and Davenport, Iowa. The bridge is 3,850 feet (1,173 m) long and stands 170 feet (52 m) above water level. Construction of the bridge began in 1938 and it opened on July 12, 1940.
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The Interstate 74 Bridge is officially known as the Iowa-Illinois Memorial Bridge. It is also called The Twin Bridges, or the I-74 Bridge. It is a pair of suspension bridges that carry Interstate 74 across the Mississippi River and connect Bettendorf, Iowa and Moline, Illinois. The first span opened in 1935.
The I -280 Bridge, carries Interstate 280 (I-280) across the Mississippi River between
Davenport, Iowa and Rock Island, Illinois, The bridge opened in 1973 with a blue and yellow color scheme. It was eventually repainted all blue. On July 30, 2010, the bridge was officially named the Sergeant John F. Baker Jr. Bridge.
The Government Bridge, or Arsenal Bridge, spans the Mississippi River connecting Rock Island, Illinois and Davenport, Iowa. The current structure is the fourth in a succession at this location. The original bridge at the site, finished in 1856, was the first railroad bridge across the Mississippi.
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