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The West-Link is a toll bridge on the M50 motorway to the west of Dublin, Ireland. It was opened to vehicular traffic in 1990, and currently handles 70,000 vehicles per day. Originally a single span structure, a second span was completed and opened in September 2003.
The bridge crosses the River Liffey at a point known as the Strawberry Beds. It is 385 metres long, and it's highest elevation above the valley it traverses is 41.5 metres.
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