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The new SR 24 bridge over the interstate will be seven lanes wide, providing two through lanes in each direction and additional turn pockets for the on-ramps.Demolition of the old Yakima River Bridge from temporary bridge.Demolition of the old Yakima River Bridge.December 2006 - New bridge construction over I-82 looking south.December 2006 - New bridge construction over I-82 looking north.December 2006 - New bridge construction over I-82 looking east.October 2006 - Construction continues on the embankment for the north side of the new bridge spanning I-82.October 2006 - Construction crews work to complete the north side of the new bridge spanning I-82.September 2006 - Crews worked through the night to set new bridge girders on the second half of the bridge spanning I-82.July 2006 - The rock embankment has been constructed for the second section of the I-82 overpass to be built north of the new, existing bridge.May 2006 - Crews demolish the old Nob Hill/SR 24 Bridge spanning I-82.May 2006 - Construction crews work during the night to demolish the old Nob Hill/SR 24 bridge over I-82.March 2006 - The contractor finishes the concrete during the bridge deck pour.March 2006 - Bridge deck pour in progress.March 2006 - The contractor pumps the concrete from trucks on Interstate 82 up to the new bridge for the deck pour.March 2006 - Construction area east of I-82. Work continues through the winter months.January 2006 - Construction on the new bridge over Interstate 82 continues through the winter.November 2005 - Bridge construction area east of I-82
November 2005 - Construction west of I-82
October 2005 - New bridge girders set in place
October 2005 - Construction area west of I-82Piers for new bridge over I-82 taking shape.
October 2005 - Construction area east of I-82New bridge piers visible in background.
August 2005 - I-82 Bridge pier construction
June 2005 - Bridge foundation construction east of I-82