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Flying in and out of Sea-Tac, the progress of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge becomes very apparent.
For those of you that have not flown over the Narrows, check out the latest pictures from the WA. DOT website.

Tacoma Narrows Bridge Snapshots:
By mid-January 2007, the final set of deck sections that arrived last month in the Narrows will all have been lifted into place into the center and side spans.

This aerial image of the eastbound SR 16 provides an excellent view of the new 24th Street on-ramp adjacent to the 24th street overpass. The eastbound ramp will be a restricted to vehicles with the electronic toll pass adhered to their windshields.

The new bridge deck is making its way across the Narrows. All 46 sections are expected to be lifted and in place by mid-January.

Construction camera view.

Posted by Steve on January 29, 2007 at 8:16 am | Permalink

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  1. I drive over the Narrows Bridge 3 days a week, and I can only go about 40 mph across because I have to check out the construction. It is really interesting to view and contemplate the engineering of how the pieces go together.

    Comment by Shelley Lucus on January 28, 2007 at 7:45 pm

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