February 2006 - A bird's eye view of the SR 18 bridges over SR 169. Although eastbound (on the right) bridge deck paving is done, crews must build the roadway approaches on both ends of the bridge. In the upper right corner you can see excavation for the realignment of Taylor Creek.
September 2005 - A finishing machine smooths out the concrete on the eastbound bridge. Crews finished paving the bridge deck in late September.
August 2005 - Carpenters work on the deck of the eastbound bridge over SR 169.
June 2005 - Demolition of the old SR 169 bridge is done and the new one (which will carry eastbound traffic) is taking shape.
February 2005 -- Traffic travels on new bridges over SR 169 (foreground) and the Cedar River. In January WSDOT shifted traffic to the new westbound roadway in this section of SR 18. Crews are demolishing the old bridges over SR 169 and the Cedar River as the first step in building the new eastbound roadway.
October 2004 - A portion of bridge deck paving is complete.
June 2004 - With all the girders set, crews work on the bridge decks.
March 2004 - Crew have set the first girders on the westbound bridge over SR 169.