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Richard P. Braun Bridge Carries Several lanes of Minnesota State Highway 610 Crosses Mississippi River Locale Brooklyn Park, Minnesota-Coon Rapids, Minnesota Maintained by Minnesota Department of Transportation ID number 27239 (westbound), 27252 (eastbound) Design Concrete girder bridge Total length 1326 feet (404 meters) Width 96 feet (29.4 m) westbound, 69 feet (21 m) eastbound Longest span 122 feet Clearance below 21 feet Opened 1985 (westbound span), 1999 (eastbound span) Daily traffic 39000 Coordinates 45°07′45″N 93°17′56″W / 45.129151°N 93.298918°W / 45.129151; -93.298918Coordinates: 45°07′45″N 93°17′56″W / 45.129151°N 93.298918°W / 45.129151; -93.298918 Richard P. Braun Bridge is a pair of 10-span concrete girder bridges spanning the Mississippi River between Brooklyn Park, Minnesota and Coon Rapids, Minnesota. The eastbound span was built in 1985 to connect Minnesota State Highway 252 with Minnesota State Highway 610 in Coon Rapids. The westbound span was built in 1999 as part of the continued construction of Highway 610 through Brooklyn Park. Richard P Braun is a former Mn/DOT Commissioner from 1979-1986. There is a walkway on the south side of the bridge that connects a trail along West River Road in Brooklyn Park with a trail along the east side of the river in Coon Rapids. The trail on the east side leads to the Coon Rapids Dam, about a mile and a half north. See also List of crossings of the Upper Mississippi River References Costello, Mary Charlotte (2002). Climbing the Mississippi River Bridge by Bridge, Volume Two: Minnesota. Cambridge, MN: Adventure Publications. ISBN 0-9644518-2-4.  "National Bridge Inventory". 2006. Retrieved 2006-05-23.   Bridges of the Mississippi River Upstream Coon Rapids Dam pedestrian and bicycle bridge Richard P. Braun Bridge Downstream I-694 Bridge This article about a specific bridge in the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a building or structure in Minnesota is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e