The last span of the Fairfax bridge carrying U.S. 69 between Riverside and Kansas City, Kan., was brought down by explosives on Jan. 29. Traffic will continue over the adjacent Platte Purchase Bridge (right) until a new 4-lane bridge with a bike and pedestrian path is opened in late 2016.
The last span of the Fairfax bridge carrying U.S. 69 between Riverside and Kansas City, Kan., was brought down by explosives on Jan. 29. Traffic will continue over the adjacent Platte Purchase Bridge (right) until a new 4-lane bridge with a bike and pedestrian path is opened in late 2016. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
The last span of the Fairfax bridge carrying U.S. 69 between Riverside and Kansas City, Kan., was brought down by explosives on Jan. 29. Traffic will continue over the adjacent Platte Purchase Bridge (right) until a new 4-lane bridge with a bike and pedestrian path is opened in late 2016. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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