The Cicero Avenue Bridge over the Cal Sag Canal is located between the 127th Street Bridge and the Tristate Toll Road Bridge. It was built in 1938. It was rehabbe d in 1963, 1984. As of the date of this blog October, 2017, the bridge is closed for rennovations.
It is a 10 panel rivet-connected polygonal Warren Through Truss, fixed and approach spans: metal stringer (multi-beam), fixed. Main span measures 270 feet. Structure length is 378 feet. Road way width is 43.6 feet. This is one of the oldest metal truss bridges on the Cal Sag Canal.