The Dartmouth Bridge is a steel girder bridge that spans the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota, between the Cedar-Riverside area and the University of Minnesota campus area. It was built in 1964 and was designed by Parsons Brinckerhoff, Quade and Douglas.
The original span was an uninspired girder bridge design when compared to other Mississippi River bridges in the vicinity. However, the bridge carries more vehicles than any other bridge in the state (167,000 vehicles daily), on Interstate 94 between downtown Minneapolis and Saint Paul. The 125-foot (38 m) long, 148-ton box girders were fabricated in Gary, Indiana and transported up the Mississippi River by barge in October 1963.