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Short span of thinking
We cross the Sellwood every day on our way to work. In the winter we drive it, and the traffic is heavy and slow. In the summer we often ride our bikes. There is one sidewalk for both directions, and the bike access is tricky.
Park Place  
The Park Place bridge is now a pedestrian/bike bridge at Cross Park in Gladstone, crosing the Clackamas river. Providing access to Oregon City. Owned by Clackamas County Service District 1, it also holds the diversion sewer pipeline between the North Clackamas sewer system and the Tri-City sewage treatment plant.
August 14, 2007 a brush fire has damaged the south span, and has been closed for evaluation and repair.

Cedar Crossing

A little known bridge in SE Portland. A more modern structure unlike most other historical covered bridge structures.
McCullough Memorial mcullough
Originally named the Coos Bay Bridge, The McCullough Bridge was another name, but when it's designer died in 1946 the bridge was renamed the Conde B. McCullough Memorial Bridge
Typical Oregon green steel truss single lane bridge. Quiet setting overlooking the Carver Boat ramp.
Steel steel
Broadway broadway
The latest movie filmed in Portland, Untraceable, is filmed under and over the Broadway in March 2007
Sauvie Island sauvie
The new bridge construction has begun. The Sauvie Island website seems to be providing updated information. The island is a popular bike destination, although we have never felt comfortable riding on the shoulderless roads. I am anxious to track down information regarding the bicycle access for this new structure. Biking down Front Ave, I spotted the new Sauvie Island span, being built at the Port of Portland Terminal 2.
Oregon City oregoncity
This one is special in that my Grandfather worked on its construction. You can bike it on the roadway or on the sidewalk.