By Rory Kelleher
The Island Free Press provides a visual flyby of the Jug Handle Bridge progress as well as some recently refined details on bridge dimensions, and plans for the infrastructure.
In this video we provide a visual flyby of the Jug Handle bridge progress as well as some recently refined details on bridge dimensions, and plans for the infrastructure.Island Free Press will provide continued updates as more information becomes available and bridge progress develops.
Posted by The Island Free Press on Wednesday, December 18, 2019
The 2.4-mile, $145.3 million bridge will stretch from the southern portion of the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge to northern Rodanthe, and will bypass the S-Turns section of N.C. 12 and Mirlo Beach.
The bridge is scheduled to open between late 2020 and early 2021.