On Tuesday, a new bridge over Interstate 229 is opening up.
The bridge is so new you can't even see it on a map.
The Solberg Avenue Overpass is the first bridge to open over I-229 since 1992.
This bridge is expected to relieve traffic off of the intersection of 57th Street and Louise Avenue and cut commute times for many living in the southwestern portion of Sioux Falls.
The City says this bridge will take about 4,500 cars off of 57th and Louise daily.
On Tuesday, the bridge will open up at 1:30 p.m. and drivers are asked to start taking the overpass on their routes home.
“As we extend our transportation system, it's a major milestone, but it also gives people a new route. They don't have to go through 57th and Louise, they can make their daily commutes much shorter,” Sioux Falls Public Works Director Mark Cotter said.
The completion of this bridge marks a big day of the City of Sioux Falls. The ribbon cutting will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.