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The Courtland Milloy Memorial Bridge.

In all seriousness, why not the Jefferson Bridge? There's no bridges in the area to my knowledge, and it would lead close to the Jefferson Memorial.

Jefferson is already memorialized. If only she had a tie to Virginia, I'd suggest Belva Lockwood, the first woman to mount a nationwide campaign for the presidency (women couldn't vote yet, but men could vote for her) and the first woman to argue a case before the Supreme Court. She was an avid cyclist; she rode a tricycle.

when will this bridge be completed and i can ride a bicycle on it?

Who can say, but probably not before 2027 when the rail bridge would open

when will this bridge be completed and i can ride a bicycle on it?

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