Jubilee Parkway is located in Spanish Forts, Baldwin County, Alabama, USA. The original name is Americas Junior Miss Bayway. It crosses Mobile Bay.
Jubilee Parkway is a concrete viaduct on Alabama Interstate 10. It has a total length of 8 mi (12.9 km) and consists of 2 side-by-side bridges, each with 2 lanes for a total of 4 lanes.
Next to Jubilee Parkway there is another 7-mi (11.3 km) bridge called Battleship Parkway.
An overpass was built at the intersection of Jubilee Parkway and Battleship Parkway, where cars can drive from one bridge to another.
They are actually the intersection of Interstate 10 (I-10) and US Interstate 90 on Mobile Bay. In Mobile Bay, Interstate 10 (I-10) is Jubilee Parkway and US Interstate 90 is Battleship Parkway.
The Battleship Parkway was built in 1926, and the Jubilee Parkway was opened in 1978. The age difference between the two bridges is 52 years.
Jubilee Parkway Data
- North America
- In use
- Other name
- Americas Junior Miss Bayway
- Baldwin County / Mobile, Alabama, USA
- Total length
- 8 mi ( 12.9 km )
- Design type
- Girder bridge
- Road scale
- 4 lanes
- Mobile Bay
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