The Betsy Ross Bridge, also known as the Ross Memorial Bridge is a continuous steel truss bridge spanning the Delaware River from the City of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania to Pennsauken, New Jersey. Built from 1969 to 1974, and opened in April 1976, during the American Bicentennial Year, it was originally planned to be named as the "Delair Bridge", after a paralleling vertical lift bridge owned by Pennsylvania Railroad (which is now used by Conrail and New Jersey Transit's Atlantic City Line), but was instead later named for Betsy Ross, a Philadelphia seamstress and reputed creator of the first American flag in 1776, making it the first automotive bridge named for a woman in America and the second bridge overall (after Iowa's Boone High Bridge was renamed the Kate Shelley High Bridge in 191

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  • The Betsy Ross Bridge, also known as the Ross Memorial Bridge is a continuous steel truss bridge spanning the Delaware River from the City of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania to Pennsauken, New Jersey. Built from 1969 to 1974, and opened in April 1976, during the American Bicentennial Year, it was originally planned to be named as the "Delair Bridge", after a paralleling vertical lift bridge owned by Pennsylvania Railroad (which is now used by Conrail and New Jersey Transit's Atlantic City Line), but was instead later named for Betsy Ross, a Philadelphia seamstress and reputed creator of the first American flag in 1776, making it the first automotive bridge named for a woman in America and the second bridge overall (after Iowa's Boone High Bridge was renamed the Kate Shelley High Bridge in 1912). (en)
  • Le pont Betsy Ross est un pont en treillis franchit le fleuve Delaware entre Philadelphie (Pennsylvanie) et Pennsauken (New Jersey), au nord-est des États-Unis. Il fait partie de l'Interstate 676 et mesure 2 586 mètres de long au total. Il a été baptisé en l'honneur de Betsy Ross. La construction commença en 1969 et il fut ouvert à la circulation le 30 avril 1976. * Portail des ponts Portail des ponts * Portail du New Jersey Portail du New Jersey * Portail de Philadelphie Portail de Philadelphie (fr)
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  • Le pont Betsy Ross est un pont en treillis franchit le fleuve Delaware entre Philadelphie (Pennsylvanie) et Pennsauken (New Jersey), au nord-est des États-Unis. Il fait partie de l'Interstate 676 et mesure 2 586 mètres de long au total. Il a été baptisé en l'honneur de Betsy Ross. La construction commença en 1969 et il fut ouvert à la circulation le 30 avril 1976. * Portail des ponts Portail des ponts * Portail du New Jersey Portail du New Jersey * Portail de Philadelphie Portail de Philadelphie (fr)
  • The Betsy Ross Bridge, also known as the Ross Memorial Bridge is a continuous steel truss bridge spanning the Delaware River from the City of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania to Pennsauken, New Jersey. Built from 1969 to 1974, and opened in April 1976, during the American Bicentennial Year, it was originally planned to be named as the "Delair Bridge", after a paralleling vertical lift bridge owned by Pennsylvania Railroad (which is now used by Conrail and New Jersey Transit's Atlantic City Line), but was instead later named for Betsy Ross, a Philadelphia seamstress and reputed creator of the first American flag in 1776, making it the first automotive bridge named for a woman in America and the second bridge overall (after Iowa's Boone High Bridge was renamed the Kate Shelley High Bridge in 191 (en)
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