Lake Lewisville Bridge Construction November 2014
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Page last updated or reviewed: Crated April 13, 2015; last updated April 18, 2016
This section of I-35 is being expanded with managed and regular lanes in the 2014-2017 period. A new bridge is being built on the west side of the existing bridge for the southbound main lanes, southbound frontage roads and reversible managed lanes.
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High resolution Looking northbound at the new Lake Lewisville bridge. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
Pier footings in the lake. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
Service boat out of the water. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
High resolution Elevated approach to the water crossing (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
Section with beams in position (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
Piers for the elevated structure south of the water crossing. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
Piers for the elevated structure south of the water crossing. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
High resolution This shows the path of the elevated structure, with pier rebar being prepared. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
This property north of Garden Ridge Blvd was in the process of being cleared. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
(Photo date: 27-November-2014)
This boat rental business was closed and about to be cleared. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
This view from Garden Ridge Blvd shows the properties which were being readied for clearance. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
High resolution This view from Garden Ridge Blvd shows that the new southbound lanes on the elevated structure are entirely to the west of the existing right-of-way. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
This view shows work on the new overpass structure at Justin Road. (Photo date: 27-November-2014)
High resolution This March 2016 view looks north from Garden Ridge Boulevard on the south end of the bridge. Nearly all the bridge was substantially complete, and the remaining work in progress was at the south end at the site of the this photo. (Photo date: 26-March-2016)