Crews rip up the asphalt paving from the northbound lanes of the cable bridge Wednesday. The work is a part a $2.35 million project to repair the decking, install a waterproof membrane and repave all four lanes between South Yew Street in Kennewick to South 10th Avenue in Pasco. Expect lane closures and minor delays during the work is expected to finish by May 24. Central Washington Asphalt is the main contractor, according to Washington Department of Transportation officials.
Crews rip up the asphalt paving from the northbound lanes of the cable bridge Wednesday. The work is a part a $2.35 million project to repair the decking, install a waterproof membrane and repave all four lanes between South Yew Street in Kennewick to South 10th Avenue in Pasco. Expect lane closures and minor delays during the work is expected to finish by May 24. Central Washington Asphalt is the main contractor, according to Washington Department of Transportation officials. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Crews rip up the asphalt paving from the northbound lanes of the cable bridge Wednesday. The work is a part a $2.35 million project to repair the decking, install a waterproof membrane and repave all four lanes between South Yew Street in Kennewick to South 10th Avenue in Pasco. Expect lane closures and minor delays during the work is expected to finish by May 24. Central Washington Asphalt is the main contractor, according to Washington Department of Transportation officials. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Cable bridge getting a facelift

April 26, 2017 03:03 PM

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