135. Zanevski Bridge across the Okkervil River 9.25.2014
Zanevski Bridge across the Okkervil River (with Church of the Holy Apostle Andrew in the background) 9.25.2014
Translated from Russian Wikipedia:
The Zanevsky Bridge (ЗАНЕВСКИЙ мост) crosses the Okkervil River in alignment with Zanevsky Avenue in the Krasnogvardeyskiy district of St. Petersburg. It was given its name (after the Avenue) May 28, 1979. The bridge was built in 1975 by engineer B. E. Dvorkin and architect LA Noskov.
This bridge appeared in the 2010 news in connection with a scandal, which became the pretext for unscrupulous contractors and disruption of the road surface repair schedule. Work was late carried out in September.
The bridge-span is a reinforced concrete frame. The superstructure is made of precast concrete blocks typical I-section factory-built with a curved outline of the bottom chord. It is firmly embedded in the foundations. The crossbar blocks meet in mid-flight by a hinge. There are two pedestrian sidewalks and four lanes of traffic in each direction. The bridge is 40.3 m wide and 42 m long. The railing is a simple design. The bridge abutments have granite curbstones. Asphalt covers the bridge roadway and pavement. The sidewalks are separated from the roadway by a high granite curb.
Width of the bridge
59 ° 55'55 "with. sh. 30 ° 25'41 "to. d. (G) (O) (I)