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The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), in cooperation with Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments (TMACOG) and the communities of northwest Ohio, designed and constructed a new cable-stayed bridge structure and its accompanying roadway approaches. The project is a major architectural, engineering and transportation asset for northwest Ohio. View the construction schedule for up-to-date construction information.
The Veterans' Glass City Skyway represents one of the largest, most expensive projects undertaken in the history of ODOT.
The construction cost of the new cable-stayed bridge portion of the project is $220 million.
- The new crossing will carry three lanes of traffic in each direction on I-280 over the Maumee River, extending from I-75 on the north end to Navarre Avenue (SR 2) on the south end.
- The surface of the roadway will reach about 130 feet high near the center of the river.