Valley View Bridge
The Valley View Bridge is a pair of steel multi-stringer highway girder bridges that carry I-480 over the Cuyahoga River valley in Valley View and Independence, Ohio. They are 212 feet (65 m) high and 4,150 feet (1,260 m) long.

In 1971, construction of the Outerbelt South Freeway (I-480) began on both sides of the Cuyahoga River valley, in Valley View and Independence. To join the sections, two parallel bridge decks (one for westbound traffic and the other for eastbound traffic) were constructed. Each section consists of 93-foot (28 m) long beams connected by steel bolts, and the bridge supports are in concrete. The support pillars were completed within two years, and the decking within four years. The bridges opened in 1978, providing access to the nearby Willow Freeway ( I-77). In 1999, the Ohio Department of Transportation painted the bridge a red-primer color, replacing the original gray. In 2010, the bridge received the honorary name "Union Workers Memorial Bridge". In 2011, ODOT will begin a project to retrofit the bridge's parapets. The work includes installing new fences and moving the overhead lighting to the outside of the structures. The estimated cost of construction is $4.4 million.

The city of Valley View has jurisdiction over the bridge, and they have been assisted by the police and fire departments from Garfield Heights and Independence. In March 1997, police and the fire department responded to a dangling semi-truck. The driver was safely rescued. In February 1996, a car fell from the bridge, killing the driver.