Rogers Bridge at Chattahoochee River Pedestrian Bridge

Client name:
Rogers Bridge at Chattahoochee River Pedestrian Bridge
Duluth, GA
Thomas & Hutton, Heath & Lineback Engineers
Brief Project Description

The City of Duluth, along with the City of Johns Creek, Gwinnett County and Fulton County, will demolish and rebuild a replica of the historic Rogers Bridge located in its namesake park. The pedestrian bridge will connect the two counties, allowing visitors to traverse from Rogers Bridge Park in Duluth to the future Cauley Creek Park in Johns Creek.

The bridge is a replica of the old 228-foot-long bridge, spanning 14-feet wide, allowing two-way traffic of pedestrians and bikers to cross at the same time.

Duluth and Johns Creek started planning for the project after completing a bridge condition survey in 2014, gathering feedback from residents and spending about four years on pre-construction

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