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SR 99 - George Washington Bridge - Painting (Stage 2) & Paving - Photos

A large photo of an aerial view of the SR 99 Aurora Bridge in Seattle.
An aerial view of the State Route 99 Aurora Bridge in Seattle.

A large photo of paint peeling off on the SR 99 Aurora Bridge.
This photo shows the typical condition of the paint on the SR 99 Aurora Bridge, flaking and peeling away.

A large photo of the underside of the SR 99 Aurora Bridge, which includes several diagonal pieces of steel called trusses. This project will clean and paint all of the trusses down to the concrete bridge piers.
In this project, crews will clean and paint the bridge's trusses, which are sections of steel that make up much of the structure, extending from just below the concrete bridge deck down to the concrete bridge piers on the ground.

A large photo that identifies different parts of the underside of the SR 99 Aurora Bridge. This project will clean and paint all of the trusses. The stringers and floor beams were cleaned and painted in 2016.
This photo identifies different parts of the underside of the SR 99 Aurora Bridge. The stringers and floor beams were cleaned and painted in Stage 1 of this project in 2016.