The Fourth Street bridge reopened Tuesday afternoon in Winston-Salem.

It's the first bridge to open along the Business 40 corridor since the stretch of highway closed in November.

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 The construction firm Flatiron, promised it would have the bridge open in January and they did. 

The original bridge was built in 1955 and was demolished March 2018. Sidewalks along the 100-foot bridge will be finished soon. Someone posted a picture of the project date stone on the Business 40 Project Facebook page.

Pj Lenihan added a new photo.

The next bridge scheduled to open is the Broad Street bridge, which has  May opening date. NCDOT is hoping to get it opened before the first or second Winston-Salem Dash game.

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