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Jackson Street Bridge

Jackson Street Bridge in the winter. Photo courtesy of Amanda Seelig.

Jackson Street Bridge in the winter. Photo courtesy of Amanda Seelig.

First built in 1888 by the New Jersey Steel & Iron Company, the Jackson Street Bridge was converted into a pedestrian bridge nearly a century later.  The bridge connects the Mill Hill neighborhood of Trenton to Mill Hill Park and the city’s central business district.

Jackson Street pedestrian bridge in Trenton, NJ. (Credit: NJ Future)

Jackson Street pedestrian bridge in Trenton, NJ.

Project Updates:

In August 2013, the City of Trenton advertised a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the planning and subsequent rehabilitation of the Jackson Street Bridge.  City Council formally awarded the contract to TranSystems at their December 19, 2013 meeting.

Reference Documents:

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