Korean Veterans Memorial Bridge 2.....by Reid Callaway
Nashville Tennessee Sunset Art
Entering Nashville, TN, across the Cumberland River, you traverse the city’s Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge, a 1,660-foot, clear-span, through-arch structure that was completed in 2004 and serves as the city’s gateway for more than 17,000 drivers who cross it each day. Originally named the Gateway Bridge, it was rededicated in 2006 to honor the more than 134,000 Tennesseans who served during the Korean War. Less than a decade later, the technological possibilities afforded by advancement in LEDs rendered the bridge’s lighting systems obsolete, and the city’s Metro Public Works engineering division led an effort to relight the bridge under the guidance of New York–based Domingo Gonzalez Associates (DGA).
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