The new bridge consists of two spans, one 40m-long section which crosses the railway line at Telford station and a larger main span of 92m, which crosses the A442 Queensway inner ring road and the A5 Rampart Way.
Councillor Lee Carter, Cabinet Member with special responsibility for finance, commercial services and economic development, said: “This is one of the biggest engineering projects that we’ve been involved in for a couple of decades, it’s a massive project.
“It’s upgrading our infrastructure to make sure that we’re equipped for the growth of the future.
“It’s Telford’s 50th year and the tradition of bridge building continues, which is nice and symbolic for us as a town.”
Working on behalf of main contractor Balfour Beatty, S H Structures fabricated and supplied the steelwork for the project.