The Broadway Bridge first opened in 1923, and served traffic crossing the Arkansas River for several decades until the state highway department decided to replace it. The bridge was torn down last year (after several attempts to bring it down, the bridge was stubborn). The new replacement bridge opened a few months ago, with a cost of only $98.4 million. While I was downtown last week, I tried to get a few shots of the new bridge. So here's a shot from the north side of the river, looking south towards downtown Little Rock.