Up until 1931, the bridge's 80-foot spans were among the longest spans constructed using T-beams, and the bridge was also among the highest examples of its type, with the roadway approximately 60 feet above the river. It is a concrete T-beam structure of six spans, with a total length of 468 feet. The four middle spans are each 80 feet, while the two end spans are 72 feet. The bridge has a curved alignment of 600-foot radius. The two-lane structure is 27.5 feet wide, with no sidewalks and solid, Jersey type barriers. The superstructure consists of two T-beams, each 6.5 feet deep, with transverse beams at mid-span and at the ends of the spans. This superstructure is supported by four-column, concrete towers, with the columns linked by horizontal beams. The two end towers are on land, with separate foundations for each column. The three middle towers are each supported by a pair of concrete wall piers in the river channel.