WSDOT's Largest Wildlife Bridge Nears Completion

Tue December 18, 2018 - West Edition #26
Washington State Department of Transportation


WSDOT is completing work on a wildlife bridge along I-90.
WSDOT is completing work on a wildlife bridge along I-90.
WSDOT is completing work on a wildlife bridge along I-90. (WSDOT Photo)

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is completing work on a wildlife bridge along I-90 near Snoqualmie Pass. The 35-ft.-tall, 66-ft.-wide bridge is currently the largest in the state and is meant to reduce traffic accidents involving humans and animals.

For more information about this bridge project, visit I-90 Creates Safe Passage for Humans, Animals.




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