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Bridge Rehabilitation, Replacement and Seismic Retrofit
Airport Way South Viaduct Over Argo Railroad Yard
Jose Rizal Bridge
NE 45th Street Viaduct Project - West Approach
E Duwamish Waterway Bridge
15th Avenue NE at 105th Street Bridge
East Marginal Way @ Horton St. Bridge
South Albro Place over Airport Way South Bridge
Fauntleroy Expressway Bridge
King Street Station Bridge
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Bridge Rehabilitation, Replacement and Seismic Retrofit

Revised June 2014

Due to age and extensive use, some of Seattle’s most heavily travelled bridges are deteriorating and in need of significant repair. Other bridges are in need of seismic upgrades in order to make the bridge less vulnerable to earthquakes. To help meet the needs of our most vulnerable bridges, the Seattle Department of Transportation is leading a program to rehabilitate, replace and/or seismically retrofit multiple bridges across the city.

The Bridge Rehabilitation, Replacement and Seismic Retrofit Program is funded in large part by Bridging the Gap, a $365 million voter-approved levy for transportation maintenance and improvements.

To learn more about each project in the program follow the links below.

Bridge Rehabilitation Projects:

Bridge Seismic Projects:

Due to the significant cost savings from other projects in this program, the following projects have been added:

  • Fairview Ave N.
  • Yesler Way over 4th Ave

 

 


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