The Main Avenue (Harold H. Burton Memorial) Bridge (alternately Main Avenue Viaduct) is a cantilever truss bridge in Cleveland, Ohio carrying Ohio State Route 2/Cleveland Memorial Shoreway over the Cuyahoga River. The bridge, completed in 1939, is 8,000 feet (2,400 m) in length, the longest elevated structure in Ohio. It was named for Harold H. Burton, 45th mayor of Cleveland, in late January 1986.
The Main Avenue Bridge replaced an 1869 bridge at the same site, and was built in conjunction with construction of the Cleveland Memorial Shoreway. Until the 2007 completion of the Veterans' Glass City Skyway in Toledo, it was the longest bridge in Ohio. The bridge received extensive renovations 1991–1992. In 2007, the bridge received major structural repairs. It is maintained by the Cuyahoga County Engineer's Office. The bridge is visible at the end of the "Cleveland Rocks" version of the opening credits of The Drew Carey Show.