DoT – Duportail Street Bridge – Washington - Project Profile
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The Department of Transport (DoT) is planning to undertake the construction of a bridge in Washington, the US.
The project involves the construction of a four lane 236m long, 21m wide bridge over the Yakima River.
The project includes the construction of access roads and other related infrastructure facilities, improving an irrigation canal, rebuilding the Highway 240 and the installation of safety systems.
A Determination of Non Significance (DNS) was issued on June 24, 2013, satisfying the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) requirements.
The environmental review process has been completed.
In July 2015, Richland secured US$20 million fund to develop the project.
Detailed engineering plans on the project are underway. Subject to the approvals, construction works are scheduled to commence by the fourth quarter of 2017 with completion scheduled by the third quarter of 2020.
The project involves the construction of a four lane 236m long, 21m wide bridge over the Yakima River in Washington, the US.
The US$38 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of bridge
2. Construction of access roads from Duportail Bridge to central Richland
3. Construction of access roads from Duport Bridge to Queensgate Boulevard
4. Renovation of an irrigation canal
5. Renovation of Highway 240
6. Construction of other related infrastructure facilities
7. Installation of safety systems
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