The development of durable structural systems for accelerated bridge construction is key to reducing the economic and social costs associated with replacement operations on a large scale. This paper reports on the field application of stay-in-place reinforcing panels, entirely made of glass fiber reinforced polymer components and specifically developed for the rapid construction of concrete bridge decks. The salient features of the system are illustrated, along with significant research and development outcomes. The five-day construction of the cast-in-place deck and open-post rail of Bridge 14802301 in Greene County, MO, is documented, and the major outcomes outlined. The project demonstrates how lightweight and noncorrosive FRP reinforcement is a practical alternative to steel, with the potential of versatile structural forms that add relevant constructibility and economic advantages.