Among the many features of Rand McNally's annual road atlases is an indicator that certain sections of highway are expected to be under construction during a particular year.
Google Maps took a different tack for the construction work that recently closed the Anthony Wayne Bridge and is expected to keep it shut down until late next year: they removed it! Technically, you could argue they should have taken the stub bits of road out west of Oak and east of Broadway that are also closed, but that's a nitpick. And if you ask Google for directions between relevant parts of the East Side and downtown Toledo, it does give you a proper detour around the closing.
Of course, if you switch to satellite view, the bridge also known as the High Level is still there, and I'm hoping to get out there soon to tell you a little bit more about the work that's being done to renovate the 83-year-old structure.