The Dublin Scioto Bridge near Columbus, Ohio, was built in 1935. The rib-arched concrete bridge with stone facing needed repair after 50 years of use. The existing arch spans were in good condition so only a new and wider deck was needed. But the community was sensitive to changing the look of the bridge. To preserve the aesthetics of the original bridge, precast concrete panels, post-tensioned together in both directions, formed the new deck. The prestressing allowed the panels to overhang the outer arch to provide a wider roadway. The reinforced arch and stone facing on the outer arches were not disturbed. The repair employed two-directional prestressing, epoxy-coated reinforcing steel, waterproofing membranes, and an improved drainage system. It also reduced the number of deck expansion joints.