The communities of Mount Vernon and Burlington have had to make big adjustments since the collapse of the Skagit River Bridge. The downfall of the structure has called for detours galore in the area and residents are having a hard time getting used to them. The bridge collapsed two weeks ago, and it is expected […]
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Some of the biggest news of this year’s Memorial Day Weekend came from Mount Vernon, where the heavily used I-5 bridge over the Skagit River collapsed Friday evening, sending two vehicles plunging into the freezing cold water below. Fortunately, despite the terrifying downfall of the bridge, no one was killed and those who fell in […]
Ah, 520. Commuters have such a love-hate relationship with the bridge. On the one hand, it’s a quick (sometimes) and easy (also sometimes) way to get to Bellevue from Seattle, or vice-versa. On the other hand, it has a pricey toll, is closed what seems like every other weekend and is in dire need of […]
Crossing the 520 Bridge is a daily routine for many Seattleites and Bellevue residents. Recently, we’ve seen construction cranes floating nearby in the lake, as preparations are being made for further construction of the bridge. Ash Grove Cement, which has been in the Seattle area for 131 years, made a bid to provide the cement […]
Tens of thousands of cars cross the Tacoma Narrows Bridge every day, and they all have to pay a $4, $5 or $6 toll to do so. Those prices are expected to increase over the next two years in two installments. The Washington State Transportation Commission, that sets toll rates, found that a two-stage increase […]