Gabriel Tucker Bridge is a bridge over the Mesuardo River in the capital city of the Republic of Liberia, Monrovia. Previously the bridge was known as the People’s Bridge.
The current name which the bridge has is from its creator, Gabriel Johnson Tucker who has designed the bridge and in his honour, the Liberian President William R. Tolbert named it.
The bridge is built between 1972 and 1976, finishing it completely in 1977, however, it cause minor disruption to local settlements and also the Liberian National Museum, which had to be relocated in the mid 70s. It is interesting that the bridge is connecting the Bushroad Island through the United Nations Drive via the small Providence Island.