Bridge to NowhereADDPMP585
A bridge where one or both ends are broken, incomplete, or unconnected to any roads. If it is an overpass or an in- terchange, the term overpass to nowhere or interchange to nowhere may be used, respectively. There are four main origins for these bridges :
● The bridge was never completed for reasons such as cost or disputed property rights.
● One or both of the bridge’s ends have collapsed or have been destroyed.
● The bridge is no longer used, but was not demolished because of the cost; for example, the bridges on an aban- doned railway line.
● The bridge is completed, but the streets connecting the bridge are not completed.