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For 14 years, the span for eastbound traffic over the East Fork of the White River has been known as the Second Street Bridge.
It carries tens of thousands of vehicles into downtown Columbus every day.
Already an iconic element of the skyline in a small city renowned for its architecture, the bridge became a bit more auspicious in name on Sept. 4, when it became the Robert N. Stewart Bridge, in honor of Bob Stewart.
Stewart served as mayor of Columbus from 1984 to 1996.
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