St. Paul's landmark Wabasha Street Freedom Bridge is adorned with gay pride flags on Monday in support of a gay marriage bill.

The bill is expected to clear its final legislative hurdle in the Minnesota Senate later today.

(Related: Historic day for Minnesota as Senate votes on gay marriage bill.)

Mayor Chris Coleman issued a proclamation temporarily renaming the bridge the Wabasha Street Freedom to Marry Bridge.

“I renamed the WabashaBridge 2 the Freedom to Marry Bridge for this week,” Coleman tweeted along with a photo of the bridge lined with rainbow flags. “Marriage equality here we come.”

The segmental bridge spans the Mississippi River in downtown St. Paul. It replaced an earlier structure built in 1889 when it opened in 1998.