The Sellwood Bridge, located in Portland, Oregon over the Willamette River is a steel deck arch bridge in Oregon. This magnificent structure is renowned for its beauty and elegance and is a spectacular architectural monument. This bridge is the only Willamette River crossing that meets modern seismic requirements. Owned by Multnomah County, this bridge was a $319 million replacement of a 1925 steel truss span. The new Sellwood Bridge is a 1,976.5 foot bridge that is designed to accommodate a future addition of streetcar service. 5,000 tons of structural steel were used on the new bridge.