Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge
PROJECT WEBSITE: Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge
All dates below are specific to the schedule of the Environmental Review and Permitting processes for this project.
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The primary purpose of this project is to create a seismically resilient Burnside Street lifeline crossing of the Willamette River that will remain fully operational and accessible for vehicles and other modes of transportation immediately following a major CSZ earthquake. A seismically resilient Burnside Bridge will support the region’s ability to provide rapid and reliable emergency response, rescue and evacuation after a major earthquake, as well as enable post-earthquake economic recovery. In addition to ensuring that the crossing is seismically resilient, the purpose is also to provide a long-term, low-maintenance and safe crossing for all users.
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