Existing Lansing Bridge on track to reopen by the end of April

By Samantha Ludeking, Driftless Journal Production Manager

Engineers working on the bridge replacement project at Lansing presented their monthly bridge talk at Meehan Memorial Lansing Public Library Thursday, April 11. April’s session was all about concrete. Anden Lovig, construction engineer and Travis Konda, structural engineer, are pictured here during a demonstration that included the proportioning and mixing of the concrete mix used in the bridge project. (Driftless Multimedia photo by Samantha Ludeking)

“It’s on track to definitely be operational by the end of the month,” said Clayton Burke, IDOT project manager on the Lansing bridge project. 

At the monthly Bridge Talk held at the Meehan Memorial Lansing Public Library Thursday, April 11, Burke addressed the bridge repairs and confirmed that the existing bridge will be open again by the end of April. 

“Even with the repair they’re still pretty close to schedule on keeping the new bridge moving,” continued Burke. The new bridge is intended to be open by the end of 2026.

Project updates and a live bridge cam can be found at https://iowadot.gov/lansingbridge.

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