Government Bridge

Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 12/11
I finally got my Christmas tree up. I still have to put on the decorations. It's a process. I'll post a pic when it's done.
1 - Stray snow showers will occur throughout the day with the bulk of the action happening this morning. No accumulations are expected...
Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 11/9
It's going to be full-on November today.
1 - Cold blustery conditions will move in this morning dropping our temps to 17º by tomorrow morning. Forecast details are here.
2 - The Government Bridge is closed to traffic through Friday at 6pm for maintenance...
Government Bridge Closed Until Thursday
One of the major links across the Mississippi River, and an key access point for the Arsenal is now closed.
The Government Bridge closed at 6:00am on Wednesday for maintenance likely related to a mechanical issue that shut the bridge down last month...
Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 9/29
We've got a beautiful weather weekend ahead of us.
1 - Mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the low 70's are forecast for today and tomorrow. Sunday will be a touch warmer at 76º. Forecast details are here.
2 - The Government Bridge will be closed today for inspection between 8:15am a…
Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 9/6
It's Wednesday already. Another bonus after a holiday weekend.
1 - It's a chilly morning. We'll cloud over later today and maybe even see a sprinkle or light shower. Meanwhile, Hurricane Irma continues to bear down on Puerto Rico. Forecast details are here...
Government Bridge Closed Due To Malfunction
One of the busiest, and certainly the oldest crossing over the Mississippi River is closed for the time being.
According to the Quad City Times, a hydraulic cylinder on the Government Bridge swing span has stopped functioning leaving the bridge in the position open for barges and closed to vehicular …
Government Bridge Closed This Sunday
I'll confess that I often get caught coming back from commercial breaks on the show because I'm watching the Government Bridge webcam.  I am amazed at how something that large can move around so seamlessly.  It truly is a marvel of engineering...