Fire Island Inlet Bridge (Muted Color Channels for a 'simpler' look. Slightly wider angle.)
The Fire Island Inlet Bridge is an integral part of the Robert Moses Causeway. It’s a two-lane, steel tied arch span with a concrete deck that carries the parkway over Fire Island Inlet. Construction of the bridge was completed in 1964 at a cost of 10 Million. Although a relatively young structure, its concrete deck has suffered from severe chloride ingress resulting in cracks, spalling, and the formation of potholes.