Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - April 28, 2008
Representatives from Snohomish County, Community Transit, Snohomish County Park and Recreation, WSDOT and Snohomish County Public Works cut the ribbon!
The finished trail leading up to the overpass, facing I-5.
The finished trail on the other side of the overpass.
Bicyclists and community members enjoy refreshments provided by BIKES club of Snohomish County.
Bicyclists at the event.
County Executive Aaron Reardon speaks about the overpass.
WSDOT Assistant Regional Administrator for Snohomish County, Russ East, speaks at the event.
WSDOT Project Engineer Marlin Lenssen standing beside the overpass.
Bikes on the bridge.
Community Transit Representative, Oxy Gene, striking a pose.
A pair of bicyclists put the new bridge to use.
Looking south from the 124th Street bridge: the new retaining wall is complete and crews are working on finishing touches to landscaping.
The pedestrian trail leading up to the 124th Street bridge is paved and nearly ready for use. Crews are installing fencing and completing landscaping along the trail.
In January, crews began building the retaining wall on the east side of I-5, which fits together like a jigsaw puzzle.
The wall, under construction, as viewed from southbound I-5.
The pedestrian trail heading north toward the overpass.
Crews have excavated the path for the new trail and work to build a base for the retaining wall.
Crews work to place the first piece of a new wall that will fit together like a puzzle.
Crews finished building the overpass on July 6, 2006.
Crews carefully setting an enormous girder over I-5 on the piers installed during the winter. Workers successfully set two girders over two nights that will form the frame of the bridge deck.
A Mowat construction crew member overseeing excavation work at the project site. In winter 2006 crews excavated and installed bridge piers on both sides of I-5 to support the new bridge structure.