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South Park Bridge - Construction project updates

Construction update #34 - (final posted update)

South Park Bridge back in action – project amenities almost completed

Oct. 8, 2014

In case you missed it: The new South Park Bridge Grand Bridge Opening was held on June 29, 2014 with great fanfare! Speeches, fireworks and a parade as only South Park can host, celebrated the opening of this long awaited bridge. Live bands, art displays, Lucha Libre, and food and drink made for a festive day!

Enjoy a slideshow of photos from the day taken by King County photographer Ned Ahrens.

King County Executive Dow Constantine kicks off the celebration
King County Executive Dow Constantine kicks off the celebration.

Fireworks signal the lowering of the bridge spans!
Fireworks signal the lowering of the bridge spans!

Huge crowd on hand for the festivities
Huge crowd on hand for the festivities.

The South Park Business Association leads the parade with an impressive float
The South Park Business Association leads the parade with an impressive float.

The start of a hundred year bridge life - 6 am, June 30, 2014
The start of a hundred year bridge life - 6 a.m., June 30, 2014.

The new link to Georgetown, SODO and downtown is open for business!
The new link to Georgetown, SODO and downtown is open for business!

Construction underway on salvaged gear display from old bridge
Construction underway on salvaged gear display from old bridge.

Rain garden will feature four platforms with interpretive signs
Rain garden will feature four platforms with interpretive signs.

Railing surrounding platforms is being built at local fabrication shop
Railing surrounding platforms is being built at local fabrication shop.

For more information please contact DeAnna Martin, community relations planner, King County Department of Transportation, via email or at 206-477-3835.

 



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Contact
King County Department of Transportation
DeAnna Martin
201 S. Jackson St.,
KSC-TR-0824
Seattle, WA 98104-3856
Voice: 206-477-3835
TTY relay: 711