Ravenswood Bridge is a two-lane cantilever bridge in the United States, connecting Ravenswood, West Virginia and rural Meigs County, Ohio, across the Ohio River. It has a total length of 2,710 ft (830 m) with a main span of 900 ft (270 m). The bridge was completed in 1981 as part of a state-bill economic plan to replace narrow two-lane roads in southeastern Ohio with modern, wider roads. This was originally an isolated crossing connecting a winding two-lane Ohio highway to Ravenswood. In 2003, the U.S. 33 bypass in Meigs County was completed, carrying a relocated US 33 that stretches from the bridge to Pomeroy, Ohio.