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The Boone Bridge is another structure crossing the Willamette River in Oregon. This one, however, is in the locale of Wilsonville, connecting the city to the Portland metropolitan area. Built in 1954, it got its name from the Boone?s Ferry, which used to help people and cargo cross the river before the bridge was built.

The Boone Bridge measures 1111 feet long with quite a wide span, allowing three travel lanes for each direction. It was built in the steel girder floor beam system and is maintained by the Oregon Department of Transportation.

The Boone Bridge was named after the local business, Boone?s Ferry, as a way to honor the Boone family who has done a lot for the community.
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