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ODOT works on Willamette River bridge

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Monday, June 11, 2012

Oregon Department of Transportation crews are working on the northbound crossing of the Willamette River Bridge project, their largest replacement project ever.

The Interstate-5 bridges, which connect the cities of Eugene and Springfield, are also the agency’s first to use a construction manager/general contractor delivery system.

The northbound bridge is expected to be open for traffic in August 2013. The entire project, which also includes a new bicycle/pedestrian bridge, is on track to wrap up by 2015.

Read more at The Daily Journal of Commerce.

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