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Route 33 bridge and public boat access site
40 38' 66 N
75 16' 32 W

The Route 33 Bridge, named the Gene Hartzell Memorial Bridge, was opened on January 19, 2002. The bridge allows traffic from Route 78 to exit at Route 33 and cross the Lehigh River into Northampton County. The bridge stands 180 feet tall and has a total span of 594 feet. The bridge abutments were designed to not obstruct the channel of the Lehigh River. The total length of the bridge is 1,870 feet. The total cost of construction was $42 million dollars.

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