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View of the Bridge from the Trail

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Photo: View of the bridge from the trail
Alan Bryant, Florida Department of Transportation

The bridge's vegetative cover shown in this photo will protect wildlife from traffic noise and vehicle headlight-glare when they cross over the bridge at night.

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