The Crawford Avenue Bridge spans the Cal Sag Canal between the I 294 and the Kedzie Avenue bridges. It is also known as the Pulaski Street Bridge. It is located in Robbins, Illinois. Its construction date of 1932 makes it one of the oldest bridges on the Cal Sag Canal.
It is a metal 9 panel rivet-connected Parker through Truss, fixed and approach spans: metal stringer ((multi-beam), fixed. It consists of 1 main span and 3 approach spans. The main span is 207 feet in length. Structure length is 335 feet. Roadway width measures 40 feet. The bridge was built by McClintic Marshall Company of Pittsburgh.
The bridge was rehabbed in 1971 by the state of Illinois. It was rehabbed again in 1992 by Cook County.
Deck Condition Rating Good 7 out of 9
Superstructure Condition Rating Fair 5 out of 9
Substructure Condition Rating Good 7 out of 9
Appraisal Functionally obsolete