The Florida State Route 29 bridge over the Caloosahatchee River is a deck plate girder double leaf bascule bridge. It was built in 1959. Bridge length is 133.2 feet. Total length is 501 feet. Width is 27.9 feet. In 2018, the bridge was strengthened steel and concrete beams to allow for truck traffic. At the base of the bridge is Barron Park. This allows for excellent views of the river and bridge
The previous bridge at this site was a lost through truss swing bridge This bridge was demolished and replaced with the current bridge.