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I-5 temporary span opens to traffic (VIDEO)

Amanda Bayhi - Jun 19, 2013

I-5 temporary span opens to traffic (VIDEO)

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) announced this morning that the Interstate 5 temporary span is now open to traffic, though the bridge has some restrictions. WSDOT is routing freight haulers carrying oversize or overweight loads around the temporary section ...

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USDOT to release $15.6 million for I-5 bridge

Amanda Bayhi - Jun 14, 2013

USDOT to release $15.6 million for I-5 bridge

Washington State Senator Patty Murray said on Thursday that the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) will releasing $15.6 million of the federal share for repair of the Interstate 5 bridge in Washington State that collapsed into the Skagit River three ...

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I-5 bridge expected to reopen in mid-June

Amanda Bayhi - Jun 11, 2013

I-5 bridge expected to reopen in mid-June

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) announced Monday that it plans to have the Interstate 5 Skagit River Bridge temporary span open sometime next week. The bridge has been closed since a portion of it collapsed into the Skagit River last ...

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Senate Appropriations Committee to discuss I-5 bridge collapse

Amanda Bayhi - Jun 10, 2013

Senate Appropriations Committee to discuss I-5 bridge collapse

The Senate Committee on Appropriations during a hearing on Thursday will discuss the Interstate 5 bridge collapse that occurred in Washington State last month, according to AASHTO Journal. The hearing, "Crumbling Infrastructure: Examining the Challenges of our Outdated and Overburdened Highways ...

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U.S. infrastructure spending has sharply declined in past five years

Amanda Bayhi - May 29, 2013

U.S. infrastructure spending has sharply declined in past five years

The collapse of the Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River in Washington State has sparked a number of conversations about infrastructure spending in the United States. Though the Skagit River Bridge was only considered functionally obsolete rather than structurally deficient ...

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