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Bridges in the 1993-2000 Seismic Retrofit Program

The Seismic Retrofit Program was initiated in 1990 as a result of the increased public and governmental concern resulting from the Loma Prieta Earthquake in Northern California. The Seattle City Council appropriated funding to analyze and prioritize the City's bridges for seismic retrofit needs. The last project in this particular seismic retrofit program was completed in 2000.

Haller Lake/Greenwood/Blue Ridge

  • North 130th Street Pedestrian Bridge over Aurora Avenue North
  • North 102nd Street Pedestrian Bridge over Aurora Avenue North
  • Holman Road Northwest Pedestrian Bridge over 8th Avenue Northwest

Ballard

  • Ballard Bridge
  • 15th Avenue Northwest Bridge over Leary Avenue Northwest
  • 13th Avenue Northwest Pedestrian Bridge over Holman Road Northwest

University District

  • University Bridge
  • Northeast 45th Street Viaduct center span

Fremont

  • Fremont Bridge

Eastlake

  • Fairview Avenue North Bridge

Magnolia/Queen Anne

  • West Dravus Street Bridge
  • 15th Avenue West Interchange
  • West Emerson Street Viaduct
  • Magnolia Bridge Extension westbound on-ramp

Downtown Seattle

  • Yesler Way Bridge over 5th Avenue
  • Marion Street Pedestrian Bridge from ferry terminal to First Avenue

Beacon Hill

  • Jose Rizal Bridge (12th Avenue South)

Greater Duwamish

  • East Duwamish Waterway South Bridge
  • South Spokane Street Viaduct

West Seattle

  • Fauntleroy Expressway
  • West Andover Pedestrian Bridge over Fauntleroy
  • Admiral Way Southwest Bridges

Southeast Seattle

  • Rainier Avenue South and Martin Luther King, Jr. Way South Pedestrian Bridge

For more information about Seattle Bridges, call (206) 386-4251.

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