A reinforced concrete, fixed open spandrel, arch bridge with two arch spans, each two ribbed, partial parabolic arches measuring 207 feet long. The total bridge length measures 582 feet with a two lane, cantilevered roadway 27.5 feet wide. It is among the small group of open spandrel bridges with main spans that are longer than 200 feet. Aesthetically, the bridge's arch rings and tapered spandrel columns are slender and refined, emphasized by projected extrados that continually curves from one arch to the next over the center pier. The design, developed by the Bridge Department at the time, is functional and efficient, but also represents the essence of its material, eschewing concealment and extraneous decoration for simplicity, clean graceful lines, and expressiveness.