This bridge is called the McGinty Road Bridge. That is despite McGinty Road crossing the Minnehaha Creek about six-tenths of a mile to the west of Plymouth Road. The reason is historical. McGinty Road once crossed Minnetonka running generally east and west, but curved down to the southeast towards Minnetonka Boulevard. That diagonal section was cut in half when Interstate Highway I-494 was built. The western section was bent south along the west side of I-494, crossing the Minnehaha Creek on the west side of the freeway. The eastern section of McGinty Road once crossed the creek at the location of the present day Plymouth Road, but when Plymouth Road was upgraded in the early 1980s, McGinty Road was terminated about a block north of the creek. The McGinty name, however, is still used for this bridge.
The photo above is the downstream east face of the McGinty Road Bridge as seen from the south shore of the Minnehaha Creek. The photo below is looking north across the bridge deck from the southwest corner of the structure. Plymouth Road curves to the northeast about a block north of the creek. The cut-off section of McGinty Road branches off to the left.