The Wilkes drawbridge on Lorraine Road, stuck in the up position since midday Sunday, is functioning again.
The Mississippi Department of Transportation brought in a hydraulic specialist to examine the motors of the bridge Monday morning.
T.J. Ladd, assistant district engineer with MDOT, said they are beginning to remove the barricades to allow traffic across the bridge again.
The aging bridge, built in 2004 and a hurricane evacuation route for Mississippi 605, gets frozen or stuck about once a year, according to MDOT, which has a traffic count of about 32,000 vehicles a day.
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It and the Fort Bayou Bridge near Ocean Springs are slated for major $10 million renovations within the next few years to replace electrical, computers and the hydraulic motors.
The third drawbridge on the Coast, on Interstate 110 in Biloxi, was renovated two years ago.