August 21, 2013
Will start the process on September 5 and include two phases of public input. This will mark the first time in the region’s history the public will have the opportunity to suggest names for the first new bridge over the Willamette River in more than 40 years, according to the transit agency.
July 5, 2011
Will be the first cable-stayed bridge for the region, extending 1,720 feet over the Willamette River. It is the first of its kind, carrying light rail, buses, bikes, pedestrians and a future Portland Streetcar extension, but no private vehicles.
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