The 110-year-old Rogers Bridge was removed from its home over the Chattahoochee River yesterday afternoon to make way for a brand new pedestrian bridge!
The new bridge will be almost identical to the original and it will re-establish a usable connection between Duluth and the City of Johns Creek, Georgia – Government. Pieces from the original will be reimagined into a public art piece for display at Rogers Bridge Park.
To follow the progress at Rogers Bridge Park, visit: Rogers Bridge Project Updates
To learn more about the history of the bridge and the future impact of a new pedestrian bridge, check out the following article from the Gwinnett Daily Post: Rogers Bridge Moved Off Chattahoochee River