Ross Island Bridge

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The Ross Island Bridge spans the Willamette, connecting Inner Southeast (SE Powell Boulevard) with Inner Southwest (SW Naito Parkway). It carries U.S. Route 26 (Mount Hood Highway) with four lanes.

The bridge is named for its location close to Ross Island, an island in the Willamette River which measures about one-and-a-half by one miles. The bridge is about 800 feet (250 m) north of the island and does not connect with, nor does it provide access to Ross Island.

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