Doug Adamson, communications, 360-357-2716
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND – For the third consecutive year, dirt and mud will be scooped by hand and hauled off the State Route 305 Agate Pass Bridge, followed by a low-pressure wash. The annual effort extends the life of the bridge by reducing corrosion and allows for a thorough federally required bridge inspection.
To accommodate crews and equipment, the bridge will be reduced to one lane during the below hours and days:
Pedestrians will be escorted across the bridge during work hours.
WSDOT needs help from drivers
Drivers can anticipate significant backups in both directions of SR 305 approaching the bridge. WSDOT asks drivers to create a commuting strategy to help keep traffic moving: