The East Delhi Road Bridge over the Huron River is located just to the south of Huron River Drive in Scio Township. It is a main access path to Delhi Metropark. The East Delhi bridge crosses the Huron at the one-time settlement of Delhi, about 6 miles upstream from Ann Arbor.
The original truss bridge at this location was built for horse and buggy traffic in the late 1800s. The current structure is a one-lane, truss bridge (reconstructed circa 1969) that has held a weight restriction of 3 tons from 1995, until its eventual closure in June 2005. It has a wooden deck, an overall width of 17.4 feet, and is 111.9 feet in length. The bridge reopened to traffic after rebuilding in August 2009.