The City of Dayton dedicated the newly reconstructed Rosedale Drive Bridge on October 25th. The Bridge spans Wolf Creek between James H. McGee Boulevard and Riverview Avenue and is a critical link between the Northwest and Innerwest neighborhoods. Construction of the $2.1 million, 230 ft- long bridge began in March of this year. It is the eighth new bridge the City of Dayton has built over the past seven years, representing a total investment of about $55 million. Combined with additional bridge replacements managed by either the Ohio Department of Transportation or Montgomery County, this represents the 12th bridge replacement in the city of Dayton since 2000. The new Rosedale Bridge is a three-span structure using pre-stressed composite I-beam superstructure designed to serve the community for 100 years. It features a 36-foot roadway width, 10-foot sidewalks, and decorative lighting on top. The bridge was designed by R.W. Armstrong & Assoc., Inc. and built by Eagle Bridge Company. The project was funded by the Ohio Department of Transportation Municipal Bridge Program, Ohio Public Works Commission Issue I Program, and the City of Dayton.