I-35E Horseshoe Project, 2014 and 2015
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Page last updated or reviewed: February 1, 2018 (update for completion of Horseshoe project)
The I-35E Trinity River bridges were replaced during the Horseshoe Project which completed in 2017.
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Piers for the new northbound bridges. (Photo date: 20-July-2014)
The existing northbound bridge is on the left, new bridges on the right. The existing northbound bridge was originally Cadiz street and was converted to the northbound freeway lanes for the 1959 opening of the freeway. (Photo date: 20-July-2014)
New northbound bridges. (Photo date: 20-July-2014)
Beam segments were positioned with open gaps. (Photo date: 20-July-2014)
Here is a short beam section positioned next to a longer section with an open gap. (Photo date: 20-July-2014)
The open gaps where then filled in. (Photo date: 20-July-2014)
Another filled-in gap. (Photo date: 20-July-2014)
Piers for the new southbound bridge. (Photo date: 20-July-2014)
Looking northbound on the existing bridge, with piers for new bridges on both sides. (Photo date: 28-March-2015)