Zula Bridges

    Zula Bridge

    Four bridges carry and carried KY Route 90 over Otter Creek in Zula, Kentucky.


    The first crossing was most likely a covered bridge or a simple truss, which was replaced with a three-span concrete beam bridge in 1940. It boasted a length of 159 feet, a main span length of 50 feet, and a width of 19 feet. KY Route 90 was realigned on a higher alignment via a five-span concrete beam bridge in 1949, with a length of 320 feet, a main span length of 80 feet, and a width of 24 feet. All three former alignments were bypassed completely when KY Route 90 was moved upstream with a three-span steel girder crossing in 1979, which featured a total length of 526 feet, a main span length of 230 feet, and a width of 44 feet.


    Information

    • State: Kentucky
    • Route: KY Route 90
    • Type: Girder or Beam
    • Status: Active - Automobile

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